Category: Relationships

everything is working beautifully

Sometimes it’s nice to be reminded that you are on the right path. It’s a time of great change and when you strive to drop judgement, ego, resentment and harmful thoughts and behaviours … it doesn’t go unnoticed. When you consciously shift your energy by being kinder, more compassionate and forgiving you instantly begin to attract the Read More …

3 things I learned when I lost my friend

On this day last year, I lost a friend and colleague in what appeared to be an instant. To say I was shocked is an understatement. She was young, vibrant and passionate about fighting for and healing those who didn’t feel they had it in them. As I reflect on that day and feel into Read More …

A Mantra for the Intuitive Mother

When we instinctively ‘mother’ our children we align ourselves with our inner wisdom and the wisdom of the generations of nurturers who have come before us.  We don’t need to have all of the answers. Each day brings with it an opportunity to discover the path forward and, just when we think we have it Read More …

6 steps away from stress, towards love

Stress plays a huge part in your health and wellbeing. Most of us know what to eat, how to exercise and what is and isn’t a healthy diet.  There is an abundance of information available online and through social media via health professionals …. so why is it that so many of us still struggle Read More …

Soulful Relationships

Soulful Relationships Relationships are the classroom of life.  Partners, colleagues, friends, children and perfect strangers provide us with the opportunity for self-reflection and growth. As a student in the classroom of life, I am exploring my path towards unconditional love; for myself and for others. The concept of unconditional love can be tricky and the Read More …

3 ways to re-connect to your divine feminine wisdom

An interesting shift occurs for a woman when she becomes a mother.  In addition to the physiological and hormonal changes, something deeper changes. Psychoanalyst, Daniel Stern refers to a unique re-organising of self for the mother (which often begins during pregnancy).  Mother begins to create an environment in which she feels validated, encouraged and supported.  Read More …