Our world has experienced numerous shifts during recent times. So many changes have affected our lives, work, families, and security. Countless unsettling moments continue to challenge our sense of balance. And, while many of us are now settling into our ‘new normal’, we may continue to feel the effects of this stress. Remember, beautiful souls,… Continue reading It’s OK not to be OK
In a world, conflicted, restricted and in fear. It’s sometimes hard to extract ourselves from this consciousness that feeds our deepest fears, raising insecurities, past wounds, shame, blame and the uncertainty of our future. Today, I would love to offer you some comfort. Breathe dear ones, for your breath flows through all that resists healing,… Continue reading Navigating Unchartered Waters
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com The energy currently is a little surreal and weird, don’t you think? Who would have ever thought we would experience such a global lockdown? There’s not one person unaffected during this global pandemic either emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually or financially. I genuinely feel it’s time for introspection and gentleness, compassion… Continue reading Together through Tough Times
Sitting in a treehouse, yes, I’m telling the truth an impressive home built in the Mount Dandenong Ranges in Victoria, Australia. As I begin to write, a kookaburra gains my attention as it flies from one tree to another, flapping its wings loudly and sounding its laughter. It makes me giggle, and I realise how… Continue reading Women are Dying Younger
I’m sitting in my kitchen, the French doors are wide open, it’s been raining, and I can’t help but breathe in the freshness of the air. Love, the delicious smell of nature after a good rain. Although the scene appears quiet and contemplative, there is a community of boisterous ravens and other species of birds… Continue reading Heart Retreat
I remembered sitting in the waiting room of my skin cancer specialist and noticed a room filled with older men and women who were around my grandparent’s age. My doctor had referred me because she felt I had a basal cell carcinoma, skin cancer on my back. I said to myself, it can’t be, I’m… Continue reading Skin Cancer – It is a reality!
Sundays, a day I usually put aside for relaxing while I enjoy a leisurely breakfast dressed in my pyjamas. No rushing, just the pleasure that I can look like scary Mary for as long as I choose, providing of course I’m not caught by someone knocking on my front door. Then, I might giggle afterwards… Continue reading Hot Flushes – Get Me Out Of Here!