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    By John Taylor

    Years ago I was in a working relationship with a group of young men who, like myself, had dreams of taking our adventure to the highest levels possible. Unfortunately it all came crashing down when a principal person decided he wanted to separate the group and a couple of us were left stranded.

    It hit me very hard, to say the least. In fact, it hit me so hard I stopped doing something I had a passion for simply because I was full of so much frustrated anger and blame towards this person, feelings I have carried for the ensuing 33 plus years. In hindsight it includes feelings of dis-empowerment:
  2. It's Only A Tree..?..

    Wow... I thought I was prepared. I thought I had come to terms with the fact our huge Liquidambar tree in the front yard was dead and it was time to let her go.

    It felt like a shift in perspective, a letting go of the past, a moving forward, creating a space for new opportunities.

    It was a sudden death. All of a sudden a tree that had stood proudly in our front yard was dead. Dead how… dead why..? So sudden.

    Had it been poisoned? Possibly? No.

    The arborists who came to quote called it ‘dieback’, a common thing apparently for the Liquidambar. It could have been a slow process
  3. My Grief Journey Began 4 Years Ago...

    This time 4 years ago I was aware my mum's life was about to end.

    A decision was imminent to remove her life support and allow her to move on.
    She chose to leave this physical world and begin her new journey.

    Death and Grief have taken me down pathways I had no idea how to navigate.

    This experience has taken me through the depths of despair and transformational experiences I never expected.

    From raw grief to connection with love beyond this world I have discovered my relationship with my mum will last forever.

    I miss her physical presence in my life and would happily have her walk in the door right now.

    Knowing this is no longer a reality I have embraced

    Updated 23rd February 2015 at 05:51 PM by Mick Pacholli

    Authors and Contributors , Mum Moments , Body and Soul , Judy Taylor
  4. Connections with my mother - stories, memories, life and death

    I love reading. My mum loved reading. I often sit and think of mum as I enjoy reading books by our favourite authors.

    Yesterday a catalogue came out with the latest Monica McInerney book just released. To say I was excited is understating the joy I felt knowing I have another book to read by this amazing author.

    Mum and I loved reading Maeve Binchy, Marian Keyes and Monica McInerney.

    These women have a way of drawing the reader in to their stories, captivating you for hours on end. As I read I want more and as I come to the end I want the story to go on forever.

    Their books include

    Updated 28th October 2014 at 04:01 PM by Mick Pacholli

    Mum Moments , Judy Taylor
  5. My Grief Assist - REVIEW


    Updated 1st October 2014 at 06:22 PM by Mick Pacholli

    Mum Moments , Judy Taylor
  6. Nicole Kidman - Shock of Father's Sudden Death

    As I take a moment to absorb my adventure at the Hay House Writers Workshop up here in Sydney I am touched by the photo in The Daily Telegraph of Nicole Kidman and her daughter Faith who have returned home following the sudden death of her father Antony Kidman.

    The words that stand out for me are Mother, comfort, sudden and grief stricken.

    When a loved one dies our world changes forever. Whether you are a mother, father, brother, sister, friend or child the journey through grief has so many twists and turns. Embracing your feelings in any given moment is the best you can do.

    My Mum Moments - Journey Through Grief is me experiencing the moments following my mother's death and finding my way through. ...

    Updated 16th September 2014 at 12:10 AM by Mick Pacholli

    Mum Moments , Body and Soul , Judy Taylor , Corporate and Life Coaching
  7. It's Different Now. . .


    Updated 11th September 2014 at 12:55 AM by Judy Taylor

    Mum Moments , Body and Soul , Positive Signs , Judy Taylor
  8. Grief Becomes Your New Reality . . .

    Suddenly ... Death was in my face ... What Now?

    The end of a life on earth as we know it.

    Unimaginable that this is happening. Everything… everything I know… everything I believe is in my face and suddenly I don't know anymore. I don't believe anything.

    I'm just sitting in the experience of death.

    Whatever your belief system, however those beliefs resonate for you, suddenly this overwhelming experience is in your face.

    Whatever you thought you were living… whatever direction you thought you were going… it all changes when suddenly death is in your face.

    Grief becomes a word that rears its head with each breath as you contemplate what death means when it

    Updated 3rd September 2014 at 02:43 PM by Mick Pacholli

    Authors and Contributors , Mum Moments , Positive Signs , Judy Taylor
  9. August 14th, 2014

    Thank you for visiting my website www.positive and Mum Moments - Journey Through Grief Facebook page.

    Just letting you know that I have reviewed the price of my book to make it affordable for everyone who needs it. Price details for both paperback and ebook are on the website.

    Jude xoxoxo


    Updated 16th August 2014 at 01:22 AM by Mick Pacholli

    Mum Moments , Positive Signs , Judy Taylor , Corporate and Life Coaching
  10. Change Your Perspective

    Change your perspective and you can change the colour of your day. Jude xoxoxo
    Copyright (C) Judy Taylor 2014


    Updated 3rd August 2014 at 01:05 PM by Mick Pacholli

    Mum Moments , Positive Signs , Judy Taylor
  11. My dream...

    Diana Ross sang "reach out and touch somebody's hand..." She touched my heart.
    My dream is to help others experience life from their heart space ...


    Updated 27th November 2014 at 03:18 AM by Mick Pacholli

    Mum Moments , Judy Taylor