I needed help. I craved guidance. I needed someone to tell me what to do. Because for the first time in my life I felt what it was like to have a body. For so long I lived in my head, being in my body was so unfamiliar. I often experienced jealousy, neediness and controlContinue reading “I pledge to never tell you what to do”
Are you ready to let go of the way you currently think? Society encourages you to stay ‘normal’ to be apart of a confined way of living. To push, to want more, to be stressed, there’s no way out, there’s no way you can change, fear your neighbour, reject your friends, be jealous of yourContinue reading “It’s simple really (and a little crazy)”
I recently wrote a blog for YogiSpirit.com.au where I share my insights and experience of self love and meditation.
I’m a feeler. Some people use their instincts and some their logic. I feel. Over time I’ve navigated what it felt like to trust myself. I’ve always wanted to work it out myself, which means lots of ‘mistakes’ ‘failings’ ‘yuk feelings’. It only taught me what way not to head, it didn’t mean I hadContinue reading “Compass: What direction are you moving in?”
Last month I recognised I needed to improve my diet and I began to chat to my friends about “How to deepen my devotion in Meditation?”. The Universe got behind me 100%. As I listened and went with the flow I picked up “The Perfect Day Plan” by Jost Sauer. He talks about how toContinue reading “The joy in rising early”
“In my teenage years I would make stupid choices and then ask for someone to help me out of it …I was living so unconsciously for many years doing this over and over again.”…
Olive lies between the heart and the solar plexus. It’s the bridge – the olive branch with an offering of peace to align our lower chakras with our higher chakras.
I just arrived back from a 10 day holiday in Tasmania and it blew me away! There were so many highlights for me but this one day, hiking in between the mountains of Wineglass Bay, stood out completely….
“…as Yoga Teacher, we learn the philosophy of enlightenment or Samadhi, and you might have heard people signing off with “Love and Light”. Which is lovely. But what about our “Dark”.”
As we move towards the winter months, it is physiology, that we are likely to feel the effects of ‘shutting down’ in these months, as if preparing for a hibernation stage. The pineal gland (in the brain) responds to darkness by regulating the control of melatonin, supporting our sleep/wake cycle. In these months of darker periods, people may even experience Seasonal AffectiveContinue reading “Call in the sunshine”