How to Write Crisp,Creative Copy

Fabulous writing appears effortless, simple and crystal clear. Yet, the most engaging words often require tight editing and a real handle on the craft of writing. Like anything, writing takes...
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The Art of Dealing With Difficult People

Think you’re too spiritual to have someone challenging in your life? Not even that one difficult person? Perhaps someone in your office, a friend, professional colleague or, most likely, a...
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The Five Pillars of Intuition

Intuition is as natural as breathing, sleeping or eating. All of us have intuition. Some of us are more open to this capacity, and connection to higher information, than others, but we can all...
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Adrenal Fatigue and How To Overcome It

Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live. – Jim Rohn Nearly every second person seems to be talking about adrenal fatigue today or is suffering extreme tiredness. Adrenal...
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Healing Your Creativity After Trauma

“The man who has no imagination has no wings.”  – Muhammad Ali Imagination is one of the great gifts of being human. It gives us profound joy and is like the exotic spices that turn a tasteless meal...
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“The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say but what we are unable to say.”  –  Anais Nin

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Azriel Re’shel is a Writer, Editor and Yoga Teacher. A former SBS Radio and BBC World Service Radio and TV News Journalist, Azriel loves words, travel and people. A skilled writer and editor, and former PR and Events Coordinator, Azriel edits and writes for individuals and businesses working in the healing and creative arts. She has an Arts Degree in Psychology and English, a Journalism Diploma and has studied Psychotherapy and many other healing modalities as part of her own spiritual path.

“The role of a writer is not to say what we all can say but what we are unable to say.”  –  Anais Nin

How to Write Crisp,Creative Copy

Fabulous writing appears effortless, simple and crystal clear. Yet, the most engaging words often require tight editing and a real handle on the craft of writing. Like anything, writing takes practice and can be developed and learned. Make your writing perceptive,...

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The Art of Dealing With Difficult People

Think you’re too spiritual to have someone challenging in your life? Not even that one difficult person? Perhaps someone in your office, a friend, professional colleague or, most likely, a family member? Most of us have at least one testing person that keeps us...

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The Five Pillars of Intuition

Intuition is as natural as breathing, sleeping or eating. All of us have intuition. Some of us are more open to this capacity, and connection to higher information, than others, but we can all deepen and develop our intuition with a few simple techniques and daily...

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Adrenal Fatigue and How To Overcome It

Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live. – Jim Rohn Nearly every second person seems to be talking about adrenal fatigue today or is suffering extreme tiredness. Adrenal fatigue or Wired Tired is fast becoming a real thing. The “how are you”...

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Healing Your Creativity After Trauma

“The man who has no imagination has no wings.”  – Muhammad Ali Imagination is one of the great gifts of being human. It gives us profound joy and is like the exotic spices that turn a tasteless meal into a delight. If you’ve ever witnessed young children turn a trip...

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We Rise By Lifting Others

I used to visit a woman who wore a mask. She was from Liverpool, a starkly witty, funny, irreverent and vibrant elderly lady, who just happened to have cancer. The illness had attacked her right eye, claiming it along with half her face. I was volunteering for a...

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