I am a Masterpiece

I am a Masterpiece

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Every two weeks, Sandrine shares what challenges her and what she is striving to achieve in her life or what inspires her. She wants to give us tools on how we can all feel energised, fired-up and making the most of our lives. She is coming out of the closet by talking out loud what she shares with her client in her private practice, and she shares strategies to release trauma and to feel acceptant of oneself.


“Karl” well! An homage to Karl Lagerfeld
Feb 23 • 5 min
Sandrine pays tribute to Karl Lagerfeld and to one of his precious teachings, self respect
All you have to do is dream
Feb 3 • 8 min
We are not habituated to use our imagination to envision the results we want to create in our lives. In this episode, Sandrine shares why it is important to have precise goals and in which area in life we should focus on.
Small and big miracles
Jan 10 • 6 min
In this episode, I am questioning the difference between big and small miracles.
Happy 2019! Or amplify what feels good.
Jan 1 • 5 min
Here is my wish for you for this year, to amplify what makes you feel good! Listen and let me know if you are game.
A very merry Unthanksgiving to you
Nov 27, 2018 • 9 min
What if Thanksgiving was not just once a year?
We are ALL Saints
Nov 1, 2018 • 9 min
In this episode you’ll find out what it means to be a Saint and why YOU are one too.
The Universe has got my back
Oct 14, 2018 • 11 min
Life plays tricks on us at times. However when we understand that life and the Universe are out there to help us, it makes a great difference.
Hurt
Oct 14, 2018 • 11 min
The last important insight I received during Byron Katie’s event. It’s about violence done onto children and in the world.
You let me down
Aug 13, 2018 • 10 min
While still at the Byron Katie’s event, I was deeply touched around blaming others and how I can be mean to myself and others at times.
Turn the mental abuse around
Jul 30, 2018 • 11 min
While at a Byron Katie’s event, I was singled out for “doing something wrong”. This is how I turned it around.