"The longest journey you will make in your life is from your head to your heart" A mentee's journey through healing through her trauma, from Islam to Christianity.
One of the biggest discoveries from our research is that without a foundation, we will run away from our problems which will only get worse and cause even more pain when we do. However, when we do build a foundation we are far better equipped to deal with problems. Our foundations can be developed if we are willing to invest in ourselves. In fact, developing such a foundation within ourselves is critical if we are to live the best lives possible! Read on to find out more...
“The poorest way to face life is to face it with a sneer. There are many men who feel a kind of twisted pride in cynicism; there are many who confine themselves to criticism of the way others do what they themselves dare not even attempt." - Theodore Roosevelt. Read this article to find out more...
An open and honest account of a Lighthouse mentee and her journey being mentored at Lighthouse International.
Part of our pioneering work has involved mentoring, coaching and counselling people in order to help them make breakthroughs in all aspects of life, career and business. Here’s a selection of what these people had to say. Read on to find out more...
I’ve learnt that it’s one thing to build a profitable company - but true success is a completely different ball game. It means optimisation and maximisation in all areas of my life. So what do I mean when I say different areas of my life? Well as human beings we are our physical bodies, but we have mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions.
The Pathology Of A Troll: Who Internet Trolls Are And What That Tell Us About Emotional Degenerationmelf2021-11-30T19:53:15+00:00
A hard-hitting article on the truths of the pathology of internet trolls and how we can stand up to it individually but also collectively, as a community together.
For my entire life, I have felt like a burden. What I never realised in my life until I started working closely with a mentor is recognising my own narcissistic traits and how they stemmed from the narcissistic abuse I'd received from my childhood, from my parents. The more I could understand the root of it and where this had started in me. The more I looked at the feelings I had about myself - that I was a problem and a burden - working through the pain, I was able to understand the damage and heal.
Why we need to nurture all four dimensions of our body, heart, mind and spirit to live the fulfilling life and career we want.
It was once said by a wise old sage that 'a life unexamined is a life not worth living'. Nothing truer, basic or fundamental to your happiness and fulfilment could be said.