Have you ever laughed so much that you can’t lift your head up? Or have you ever been to a theatre performance so powerful that you were literally unable to stand for the standing ovation at the end? What about going on a date with your husband and not being able to keep your eyes … Continue reading Narcolepsy and me
What do I stand for?
This has been asked of me recently in various ways - What do I stand for? What do I believe in? What are my core values? What is my manifesto? This is a hard question to make just a throw-away reply to... my family means everything to me, and my home and community, but is … Continue reading What do I stand for?
Let the inner child dance again
What do you remember of your childhood? How did you behave then, and what have you bought with you into your adulthood? Were you the giggly child? The cheeky one? The wild child? The sullen, moody one? The studious one? The people pleaser? The class clown? The bossy one who tried to organise everyone else? … Continue reading Let the inner child dance again
Past lives – why do they matter?
Has your Soul lived before? What is reincarnation and epigenetics? Why do I feel like I've known you before? or why do I feel a certain pull or knowing to a city or country? Is there an emotional or bodily reaction that seems to not fit with a situation? Do you have recurring dreams that … Continue reading Past lives – why do they matter?
Feeling the feels
How to follow a Spiritual path and still deal with the negative emotions. Anger, Greed, Gluttony, Jealousy, Guilt, Sadness, Grief, Despair, Shame. These are so easy to list and I'm sure you can think of many more. What purpose do these feelings have and how do we deal with them? Negative feelings and how to … Continue reading Feeling the feels
2009 Saturday 1st June was Family Day for our family. It’s a celebration of how we came to be and how we have grown together. This is what I wrote early that morning: I wake this morning listening to trams passing outside our window and realise that I’m not at home in McLaren Vale. However … Continue reading Family day