do good on the planet
do good on this planet

September 13, 2017

Often I’ve said to my mum, ‘we must have got the coordinates wrong, I was hoping for a kinder, peaceful and more loving planet.’ When you truly awaken and open your eyes to the world around you, you will see that it’s not the wonderful place you may have hoped it would be as a kid. With controlling governments, corruption, […]

passionate purpose
living life with a passionate purpose

August 30, 2017

We sense in some deeper part of our being that there is more to life than what we see. We are all divinely connected to the source of all life, and the same life force that allows the sun to rise each day is the same life force present in all living things. we have all come here with special […]

reflections on life and love
reflections on life and love

August 23, 2017

  the way i see it, we’re all just passing through this magnificent cosmos, and with all its pain and suffering, it is still a truly beautiful place to be. This gift of life has been given, and no matter your circumstances, you can always make it better. And, if you’re having a tough time right now, please keep your […]

cosmic shifts
when life gives you cosmic shifts

August 16, 2017

  Missed the beginning, check out part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 So, we battled through a separation, court appearances, and a difficult divorce. My hopes to start afresh someplace new we’re keeping me going. Janus was strongly opposed to me taking the children and relocating, and I understood that. But, it came to me saying it exactly how […]

living a life seeking balance
a life seeking balance

August 9, 2017

  I was blessed to fall pregnant again so easily. This pregnancy was tough, with constant nausea, so completely different from my son, and I sensed my baby was a girl. So I prepared the cot with fresh pink linen and bought home our precious bundle. I was juggling motherhood, both still being in nappies, feeding, and many sleepless nights. For a good […]

making the most of my transition
making the most of my transition

August 2, 2017

After many months of rehabilitation, my mother had recovered as best she could, and I was pleased to be there for her and my family. Although she was physically challenged, she remained positive and lighthearted. I’d spend my days taking care of mum, helping dad in the family business, working part time as a teller in a bank, and of a night, I’d […]

life's ebbs and flow
the ebbs and flows of life’s pace

July 26, 2017

  life in england I arrived in England in the summer and it was delightful to see the parks, and gardens alive with colour and folk out enjoying the sunshine. It was almost story book stuff. Here I am riding high, top row in one of those bright red double decker tourists bus’  in and around all the famous London sites. I also took […]

cosmic relief in israel
cosmic relief

July 19, 2017

So, my brother handed me a brochure with a camel on the front cover that said ‘Adventures in Israel’. Inside was a three page article about volunteering at a kibbutz. I love that word “kibbutz” it’s Hebrew and means ‘gathering, clustering’ and it represents a collective community in Israel that was traditionally based on agriculture. Kinda like a small self sufficient village with […]

young yogi
the beginning of a young yogi

July 12, 2017

I believe I had a complicated birth, entering this world a light shade of blue. I was born breech,with the umbilical cord wrapped tightly around my neck. I wasn’t due for another few weeks but nonetheless I was ready and that was it. so, on a rainy friday night in a canberra hospital, my little soul came alive and i was […]

yoga
the gift of yoga

July 5, 2017

It was your typical cold wintery afternoon in London in when I was exiting the tube station in the pretty village of Southfields, near Wimbledon. Crowds of people on the hustle, shoulder charges and stressed out faces. At this particular time I was still temping as a PA to an investment banker in the very corporate Canary Wharf district. Even […]

meeting darkness within
meeting darkness within

June 14, 2017

I certainly didn’t count on it, but at 13, I entered a pretty dark phase of my life, and one that would stick around for a while. I had crooked teeth and an overbite which required braces that caused me much discomfort and pain when initially fitted. The throbbing in my mouth and aching in my jaw was relieved only […]

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