Jun 23 - Jul 23

September begins with a polarising perspective that questions old beliefs about teaching, learning, travel; by Oct 31 a different view will shed new light on those areas, making correct action easy. Let’s look at the journey to that powerful shift: Sept 6 gets your finances moving forward, and Sept 13’s solar eclipse and New Moon remind you why caution around communication and signing documents is vital. A lunar eclipse at Full Moon Sept 28 highlights your career choices for review. Then Oct 13’s New Moon supports practical action at home, positioning you for those late October revelations!

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Wash dishes, wash stress
At its most fundamental mindfulness means maintaining a moment by moment awareness of your thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and   Read More




Beating anxiety with optimism
You’ve either had it said to you or you’ve said it to someone else; “Don’t be anxious about it.”   Read More




Art class
Recite after me, “We are all individuals.” OK, having got that Pythonist wisdom out of the way it is   Read More




Tai Chi improves physical capacity
Tai Chi is a form of martial arts that has become popular in the West in recent decades, especially   Read More




Beet strengthens muscles
In July we reported in this column that beet juice builds endurance and this is something that has been supported   Read More





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Sustainability & city chooks
We chat to Brisbane-based Ingrid Dimock about her two successful online businesses —selling chooks and bees to urbanites.  Read More




Wellness as a way of life
Japan, the birthplace of the bullet train and minute noodles, has a rich history of wellness traditions and remains a nation where wellbeing is front and centre.  Read More




The great dreamtime road
Australia’s Great Ocean Road is more than just a pretty coastline. We go beyond the surface to discover intriguing stories about its ancient, indigenous past.  Read More




Less space is more living
We share three great examples of people who have made their lives more expansive by making their living spaces tiny.  Read More




Letting go of toxic friendships
As the song says, “breaking up is hard to do”, but when a friendship is no longer a positive force in your life, it’s time to let go.  Read More





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