Words by Hannah Rosalie

Sunday, 21 August 2016


Good Evening! 

I have some exciting news to share!

So, if you are a regular follower, you will know my battle with anxiety, PTSD and depression and how I am fighting them off with a huge big stick! Well okay, not a stick but you guys get it. 
I have tried therapy after therapy and absolutely anything that will 'cure' me, however 14 years later...I STILL SUFFER! 

For the past few years, I decided to come off all medication (so I could actually feel human again) and go down the 'self help' route. I attended regular meditation sessions, mindfulness sessions and local courses, to better my knowledge on anxiety. You can kind of say I come obsessed with trying to find a cure. Now, we all know there is never a real 'cure' on how we get rid of anxiety, depression and any other mental illness, however we can definitely find things that can help us deal with them. 

So recently, I have been on a few courses to improve my knowledge and be able to teach self help techniques to others. This includes meditation, mindfulness, Meridian Tapping, Colournosis and Surya Mudra. Each holistic technique helps the mind and body in different ways. 

I practice these self help techniques often on myself or whenever I feel like 'I can't breathe', a lot of you can relate to that saying right? 

The difference in my mind, soul and heart since I have gone down the self help route, is amazing. I feel alive again. I panic less and enjoy life more. It's hard to put into words how much these techniques have helped me. Which is why I have decided to create Saraswati. 

I don't yet have a website for Saraswati but you can find her (and me) here

Saraswati is my little safe haven, so anyone can book a session with me, for any self help that they would like to practice. Whether it is in the comfort of your own home, in a beautiful park or even down at the beach, feeling the sand under our feet. I can create a package based on any guidance you may need in your life. Working together, we will get through your doubts, worries and upsets. I travel through Liverpool, Widnes, St.Helens and the Wirral, for one to one or group sessions. 
Ohhh and quote #wbhr and your first session is half price. 

With peace, love and acceptance in my heart, I am one.



Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Battling insecurities

Hey guys! 

This week, I have been thinking a lot on how we can be very insecure within ourselves. Insecurity can sometimes take over our lives, I know in some situations it does me too! The more I have been observing this week, the more shocked I have become, in how we constantly put ourselves down! In the past few days alone, I have heard girls talk about how they 'need' to loose weight to feel pretty, they 'can't leave the house without makeup', the list goes on! We constantly feel the need, to not feel good enough, or not feel pretty enough, we feel too fat or too thin, too small, too tall! We never give ourselves the credit we deserve. For every negative thought we think about ourselves, there is always someone else out there wishing they 'looked like you' or 'have the confidence you have', however at the time, all we can see is the negative. 

Today I decided to look at myself a little differently. I wrote a list about all the qualities I like about myself. I wrote down everything I have achieved and all the points in life I am proud of completing. I then wrote a list of negative points, that I criticise myself about daily. I sat down and compared the two. On reading, the positive list outshone the negative by miles! It was actually quite lovely to see the things I really like about myself and to feel proud on what I have accomplished. 

For anyone else feeling insecure at times, I challenge you to do the same! Embrace all the lovely points you have about yourself. I promise you that there is someone out there wishing they could be just like you. So instead of us feeling down about ourselves, lets celebrate how amazing and unique we are! 

Hannah Rosalie 

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