Category Archives: Recovery chronic illness

Mrs White in the study with the candlestick

When things happen that we don’t like, it’s so easy to accuse this and that, until it becomes like a proverbial game of “Cluedo” (“Clue” in N America)…calling out a person in a situation with a particular “weapon”…except nobody ever wins in real life. So what could be a fresh way forwards? Looking at triggers, separation mentality and a way out of this toxic pain. Continue reading

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Evolving through collective grief to the other side

Are we prepared to evolve? Really? Through all of our layers, to the very core of our being, fully commited to this in every way? Its such an important question and not being clear on this can prolongue a state of unacknowledged grieving for the “old norm”; grieving being a necessary process for both individuals and the collective…but not one we are meant to get stuck in for very long. Continue reading

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Becoming superconscious

There’s no turning the human technological evolution around, we can’t put it back in its box or even slow it down so how can we work with it in a superconscious way? Continue reading

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Could 5G hasten our extinction?

Very little of the (real) news about 5G makes happy reading but if there’s one piece of information that I can’t seem to shake out of my head, its that it could be devastating to all the bees that are … Continue reading

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Being the unpruned tree

We should make room for some wildness in our gardens; it keeps us mindfully connected to the earth and it leads to interesting, surprising and oh-so important new experiences. Some pruning, here and there, asking the garden what it needs, can be helpful; yes, but there is no place for dubiously motivated shears in the next phase of our human adventure. Some would have us all as neatly trimmed and uniform as a garden made up of identical topiary but there’s a whole other tree that we’ve forgotten about (you could call it a Tree of Life); one that is so vast and other-dimensional (though ever-present) that many have fogotten how to look up and see it there… Continue reading

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Why the songbird stops singing: the need to be at liberty to change our minds

When we force ourselves into projects that our hearts are no longer in, just because we said we would do them, our emotions build up in places where they don’t even see light of day; turning into the chronic issues of the next era… Continue reading

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Personality type and the crystallisation process – understanding the human vehicle we chose

Try thinking of personality as the vehicle your spirit chose for the journey of this physcal life. When you know that you chose it, that its not an accident of genetics or fate, or the outcome of life’s conditioning, but something most particular that you chose for your higher purpose, with the exact features you wanted it to have, you enjoy driving it so much more and its self-empowering. It may even enable you to shift your entire paradigm… Continue reading

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My journey with AuraTransformation

If you ever struggle to stay in your body, to remain grounded, or if (when you do) you feel so much that you are quickly depleted of energy or overwhelmed…and if you have come so far, done all the work, cleared so much, become so aware and yet your body and spirit seem to spar or pull apart in opposite directions, instead of staying contentedly together… this post might be for you… Continue reading

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Three winged tales for the year end

I’m going to share a trio of stories from my last day of the year; things that happened quite organically, though there seems to be a distinct thread of bird-magic running through them. The first relates to a new artwork … Continue reading

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New growth out of old wood

New growth out of old wood is infinitely possible; we see it all the time, out in Nature, happening before our very eyes. Winter’s tree is reliably replaced by springtime’s new growth, to a pattern that always serves the purposes of the tree, however it may look from the outside. Whilst anyone may choose to withdraw inwards to suit the season, becoming as woody, barren, plain and withdrawn as they must be to meet the harsher climes of life, we still get to choose when to “sprout” our way out, in new and colourfully creative ways…over and over again, exactly as we say so… Continue reading

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