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Self-transformation: Releasing and transmuting hidden emotions into love, peace and joy

On April 24th, 2014

“Wherever a strong lock is used, There is something Extremely precious hidden.” ~ Rumi The renowned psychiatrist, Carl Jung, was passionate about self-transformation. He wrote a great deal about our ‘shadow’: that hidden, majestic, powerful and beautiful essence of ourselves that … Continue reading » »

Men and relationships

Men often just want a peaceful relationship but aren't sure how to do that
On April 23rd, 2014

Many times men get blamed for not communicating when women do not put their boundaries in place and have the nerve to get up there and ask for what they want. The men are confused and walking on eggshells so to speak, in an effort to please their partner, when all she seems to do is nag and criticise. Our partners, whether they be men or women, were not put into the partnership to be a carbon copy of us or just to please us and the healthiest of relationships respects the other person’s differences whilst finding a middle ground on which to interact. Continue reading » »

The Collective Realm: skeletons and sinkholes

Meditating at the ocean
On April 23rd, 2014

“Crack, pop, bend, snap, grind, meld, mesh, breathe, release,” goes the sound of my skeleton as it reluctantly welcomes day three of yoga school. A sinkhole of stagnant, rigid energy resides at the base of my spine: the result of … Continue reading » »

The Meaning of Eggs in a Dream

are you dreaming of new beginnings, or worried aboiut what might be broken forever?
On April 16th, 2014

With all the festivities occurring at this time of year, it should come as no surprise that images we see around us every day start infiltrating our minds and affecting our subconscious. So if your sleeping mind starts picking up … Continue reading » »

Women – overwork,unappreciated?

Women need to stop being super woman
On April 10th, 2014

On the other hand women in today’s lifestyle seem to be rushing to get the kids off in the morning, running to work, getting the groceries, racing home to cook, helping with homework, doing the washing, ironing, cleaning (still surprisingly many women do more than their half share in this) and finally stopping at 9pm when the washing up is done and the kids are almost in bed. Continue reading » »

The Meaning of Being Chased in a Dream

On April 1st, 2014

Being chased in a dream is one of the most common, as well as distressing dreams.  It is not uncommon after waking from being chased in a dream to feel anxious or even exhausted as though you actually have been … Continue reading » »

Can you go supermarket free?

Organic vegetable market
On April 1st, 2014

Some things in life are just automatic: you lock the door when you leave your house, you clean your teeth after eating dinner, you give your friend a hug when they’re feeling down. And when you’ve run out of toilet … Continue reading » »

Adrenal burnout and stress

Adrenal burnout is a precursor to stress
On March 30th, 2014

Overcoming lethargy is a big part of healing from adrenal burnout. There are many ways to increase the energy in your body such as meditation, yoga and exercise. You might be thinking how can a tired person exercise? Try it and watch how soon your mood changes and you begin to feel lighter. Research shows that exercise increases energy and the fact that it reduces fatigue which in turn reduces stress and adrenal burnout.. Continue reading » »

The Collective Realm: The truth is revealed

Woman Meditating
On March 28th, 2014

Yoga school: it’s a place where truth trickles freely from all cracks in the psyche. Don’t misinterpret the word “trickle” here as a soft, gentle, rippling movement. Not like the Zen monks have us believe, tending daily to a perfectly … Continue reading » »

Essential oils of the northern forests

On March 28th, 2014

To the Native American Indians, the forests of North America not only gave them their life’s necessities; the forests were their medicine chests and temples. These are the Cedars, Firs, Junipers, Pines and Spruces. Continue reading » »