May 18, 2020

What does it mean to be alive now?

Covid-19 (the coronavirus) has thrown our whole lives into sharp relief. It’s as if we were previously living inside a play or movie without realising it, and now the lights have been turned up and we can see it was all just a glorious...

March 11, 2020

Unless you’ve been in a coma or visiting another planet, I’m guessing you’ve heard of the coronavirus, known medically as COVID-19. Media and social media platforms have been swamped by stories of the panic and frenzy this variant of the flu is causing. The panic even...

November 5, 2019

When was the last time you awoke really refreshed after a good night’s sleep? Can you even remember what it feels like?

In this age of being super-busy, rushing everywhere, how often do we pause during the day to rejuvenate? Even five minutes of really being still and p...

October 9, 2019

Have you noticed? The energies we’re experiencing now are steadily increasing to a higher vibration. This has been occurring for some decades now. Up until 2012, the energies gradually increased year by year, then a slowing down occurred for the five-year period from 2...

July 15, 2019

Thursday 27th June marks the day that a close friend and key mentor in my life passed over. Peter Archer was a true pioneering trail-blazer of healing, especially in his chosen area of flower essence therapy. I was privileged to work closely with him for seven signific...

February 28, 2019

I first studied Reiki healing back in 2000 and fell in love with this technique – for its simplicity and its effectiveness. Back then I used to joke that I would Reiki (ie. give Reiki healing to) anything that didn’t move fast enough; including my pets, my pot plants,...

March 21, 2018

...and be passed down through the generations

In my last blogpost, about Molecules of Emotion, I wrote about how many of our emotions, especially when related to trauma, are stored in our body’s cells.

But not only are our emotions and memories stored in our body’s cell...

October 25, 2017

You may have heard that many of our strong emotions, especially when related to trauma, are actually stored in our body’s cells. It is certainly my experience that this is possible, but I have always been curious about why and how this happens.

Molecules of Emotion


August 11, 2017

In my last blog post I talked about how stress is a leading predictor of death.

I mentioned how the long-term effects of stress include increased heart rate, lowered immune system, under-functioning digestion and impaired cognitive ability. And that’s just the beginnin...

July 28, 2017

In a recent interview Dr Alan Christianson, an expert on adrenal fatigue and thyroid function, reported on a recent study which shows that the leading predictor of death, in many cases, is actually stress or in medical terms, “Cortisol Slope”.

In other words, stress is...

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