Julie Mann

About Julie

I have my own Award winning, online, Vegan health and wellness business which I work part time around my acting/therapy work and life. In a nutshell, I get paid to shower and show others how to do the same! My business offers a solution for anyone who needs more money, or more time to do the things that they feel passionate about and to be with the people they love. I spent over 10 years as a professional actress, and worked in TV, Radio and Theatre (including the National Theatre). I became a Voice-Over Artist in 1994. In 2009 BBC screened a 16 part animated series I voiced, called Funky Fables I love having variety in my life, It's important for me to satisfy different aspects of myself and by doing this I feel it adds to everything I do. I feel very privileged to work as a therapist. It's enormously rewarding for me to make a difference to people, so that they can 'move on' and enjoy life.

What do you do with your emotions?

By | June 23rd, 2014|Being in the Now, Changing Habits, Habits|

What do you do with your emotions? Do you label some of them ‘good’ and some ‘bad’? Are you an expert at distracting yourself? Facebook? Food? TV? Drink? Most of us have some sort of strategy to avoid anything ‘unpleasant’. The truth is though, that getting in touch with our feelings is vital, why? because when we know how we are feeling we can identify what it is that we need to do to make ourselves feel better. It is highly unlikely that food for instance will make us feel better if we’re not actually hungry and as for spending hours on Facebook that is more likely to deplete our energy! Our feelings are key to us being powerful and feeling [...]

Relaxing…… in the build up to Christmas

By | December 7th, 2013|Being in the Now, Changing Habits, Habits, Peace|

Like it or not Christmas is coming…. the question is are you going to enjoy the build up and beyond, or are you going to be running round like a headless turkey trying to get everything ‘perfect’ and end up ‘stuffing’ yourself?? I strongly recommend that you accept the inevitable and do your best to enjoy the whole experience. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it. Prioritise….do things in order of importance. Even if you don’t manage to get through your ‘to do’ list, do what you can. Be a human being not a ‘human doing’. Say No where appropriate.… The problem with saying ‘Yes’ to please others is that people then expect us to say [...]

2 Ears 1 Mouth!

By | August 8th, 2013|Changing Habits, Uncategorized|

D0  you feel like no one listens to you?  Do you listen to others?  I mean REALLY listen?? We have two ears and one mouth for a reason!  Being a great listener is invaluable.  People like nothing more than to be really heard. Well YOU do don't you? Unfortunately it's very rare that we actually get 'really listened too'; why? because too often someone else wants to interrupt and give their advice, make us feel better or put across their point of view. Ever noticed yourself doing that? Today I invite you to just listen and when you feel the urge to talk, don't, give someone else you're undivided attention, in fact take all the attention off yourself and focus on [...]

Are you blaming someone or something?

By | May 28th, 2013|Uncategorized|

When we blame others we are the ones that suffer. Whatever someone has done, no matter how awful, blaming them only keeps us stuck in the past. Things happen in life and people make mistakes or bad choices and behave in ways that may be considered irresponsible or unacceptable to others.  We cannot change the past or undo anything that happened yesterday but what we can do is take responsibility for our own feelings and behaviour in the present moment. If you are blaming someone for something ask yourself how hanging on to this grievance makes you feel? Sometimes it’s easier to blame someone else rather than deal with our own pain.  It may be easier to feel angry than to [...]

Interpretation

By | November 8th, 2012|communication, Relationships|

How many times have you said something, or written something, only to have it misinterpreted by somebody?  There are a number of reasons why this happens and one of those reasons is because certain words can 'trigger' people. 'A trigger is something that sets off a memory tape or flashback transporting the person back to the event of her/his original trauma.' Example 1   If someone has a phobia of spiders, the word spider can bring about anxiety. Example 2  If someone has a fear of taking responsibility, any time the word 'responsibility' is used it can create uncomfortable feelings in that person and they may become defensive. If you have something to say that is of a sensitive nature, I recommend [...]

What’s News?

By | September 27th, 2012|Changing Habits, Education/children, Film, Interviews|

Yesterday's news is no longer today's chip paper: with the advance of technology we can see and hear the news time and time again.  In an effort to compete for readers and viewers it seems that the media is prepared to do almost anything, but what is the cost?  I talk to Life coach Graham Russell about 'news' and the impact on all of us, as we ask the question, is it time for an alternative? In Conversation: Julie Mann and Graham Russell from Graham Russell on Vimeo.

Still trying to change someone?

By | July 15th, 2012|Masculine/Feminine, Relationships|

It so often happens that men and women fall in love with each other and after the 'honeymoon period' is over, they begin to 'fall out of love' because their partner does something they don't like. When things don't 'go our way', and we begin to feel uncomfortable about that, we can start to 'try' and change the other persons behaviour.  The trouble is that it isn't possible to change someone else! The only person that can change your partners behaviour is your partner, and they have to want to do that. Usually the things we don't like to see in others are the things we don't like to see in ourselves.  After a while our partner acts like a huge [...]

Social Media ….it’s all about relationships

By | June 24th, 2012|Being in the Now, Changing Habits, EFT, Habits, Listening, Relationships, Stress/Fear/Anxiety|

Despite the fact that I apologised in my last blog for not writing more regularly, I succeeded again in having a long gap between posts! I won't go in to my reasons, because quite honestly they are not important to you readers, what is important is consistency. On Friday I was on a course run by Sussex Business Bureau and I was reminded of the importance of regular communication.  Louise Fenwick, Zoe Cairns & Emma Pearce, specialists in social media and marketing, explained how social media is all about building relationships. People want to do business with people that they 'know, like and trust'.  It's the same in life isn't it? We all want to be around people that we 'know, [...]

What can you celebrate today?

By | June 3rd, 2012|Changing Habits, law of Attraction, Uncategorized|

It's the Queens Diamond Jubilee weekend, the bunting is out and millions of people are preparing to celebrate.  It's such a great opportunity for communities to come together, work as a team and have a party. The truth is though that none of us have to wait to celebrate.  Everyday is an opportunity to celebrate being alive! Whatever is going on in your life, or in your body, it is possible to give thanks for something.  Some of you may not be in a great space right now physically or emotionally. If you are suffering in some way, you may  feel you have nothing to appreciate.  I encourage you to find something, even if you  have to dig really deep, because [...]

Affluence, Unboundedness & Abundance

By | April 19th, 2012|Changing Habits, Confidence, Habits, Health, law of Attraction, Relationships|

Deepak Chopra has written a book called Creating Affluence - The A to Z Guide to a Richer Life, and in the front of the book is written 'Affluence, unboundedness, and abundance are our natural state.  We just need to restore the memory of what we already know.' What are your thoughts about that? I know from past experience that when I have been anxious about not having enough money or work, more bills seemed to come in and work got  'thin on the ground'.  I also know that when I have chosen  to relax and  trust that work and money comes to me in abundance, that is what happens! So is it just a 'mind shift'?  I believe that focusing [...]

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