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Stepping Into Your Light

For many people, there comes a time in life where they seek change – by this I mean they seek to find a deeper meaning to life and living – but don’t always know where to start. These deep stirrings from within seem to herald the start of a period of great growth and transformation.… Read More →

New Moon Wishes

The new moon symbolises new beginnings, it’s a time to start anew and refresh your dreams and desires. During a new moon, it’s good to take the time to reflect on your old goals and set yourself new ones. Nourish Yourself Through Self-care Ideally, we should consider self-care as an essential preventative measure rather than… Read More →

Closing Open Portals

Physicists are now considering the possibility of parallel universes. Known as the String Theory, it’s believed there may be numerous dimensions of reality. Cosmology, the science and understanding of the universe, recognises that there are seven cosmic planes. Esoteric cosmology perceives these planes as subtle states or levels of reality, with each plane housing entities… Read More →

Four Simple Phrases That Will Transform Your Life

There’s a wonderful ancient healing tradition called Ho’oponopono, that heals and transmutes on a very deep subconscious level. It originates in Hawaii and forms part of their ancient healing practices. The principles behind this ancient practice are that, on a deep level, we’re responsible for everything and anything that shows up in our reality –… Read More →

5 Simple Tips to Beat Stress

Stress is finally been recognised for the serious problem that it is. For decades we’ve had awareness campaigns about illnesses such as cancer and diabetes, but it’s only in the last few years that stress has finally been acknowledged as a series health problem and a considerable contributor to major health conditions. Career demands, financial… Read More →

Simple Steps To Improve Your Self-Care

Over lunch with a group of friends recently, the conversation evolved naturally to our personal self-care needs. I must admit, I was saddened by the views put forward by the group, as, for most of them, self-care is perceived as a costly indulgence. There’s the belief that self-care is something that you seek externally, e.g.… Read More →