Ode to Blushing

Christmas party time
Filled with dread
For sure my face
Will go bright red

A glass of wine
Maybe two
I feel the flush
Now I can’t look at you

Just thinking about it
Brings me down
My cheeks aglow
Like a circus clown

I’ll stay in the shadows
Be a quiet wallflower
Hopefully nobody will notice
Me getting redder by the hour

I’ve tried pills, potions
Herbs and voodoo
I can’t take no more
Please remove this hoodoo

Now I doubt I’ll ever make a career in poetry however this time of year can be extremely daunting for those who suffer from blushing. It is one of the most common client issue.

So I just want to send a little word to you all , enjoy yourself not matter what happens.

However if it is getting a bit too much then think about the process in your mind and remind your mind that you control it and you’ll decide what happens.

But just to let you know Bashful was my favourite out of the seven dwarves.

Enjoy

Do you dream in colour

dream in colour

Just listening to Bill Nelson’s “Do you Dream in colour” and it got me thinking , well do you?

Personally I do but I cannot say it has always been the case. Perhaps because I keep a dream diary and I have an interest in the content that I can remember the details (action,sound and vision so to speak).

However I read somewhere that about 95% of our dreams are forgotten and 80% of these are in colour. The thing is it is not something I have ever asked a client, dream recollection can be hard enough if your are not used to it let alone remembering if it was in Technicolor, monochrome or indeed sepia toned.

Furthermore would colour dreams make a difference to the therapy resolution?

Might need to experiment a bit – blue cheese before bedtime anyone?

Sweet dreams…