Category: Spiritual

Mindfulness and Meditation; what’s the difference anyway?

The Mindfulness Revolution The mindfulness revolution has hit us full force, with sessions even being delivered in schools and prisons. Wellbeing gurus tell us that mindfulness and meditation are the key to a calmer, happier life. But what does that actually mean, and what exactly is the difference between mindfulness and meditation anyway? Won’t my Read More

Focus On: The Sacral Chakra

Sanskrit name: Svadhisthana - sweetness Element: Water Color: Orange Petals of the lotus: Six Rights: To feel, to want Physical association: Womb, genitals, kidney, bladder Psychological function: Movement and connection Challenge: Guilt Plane: Astral plane Sense organ: Taste Incense: Gardenia, damiana Herb: Fennel, coriander Yoga pose: Anjaneyasana The most common Sanskrit name for the sacral Read More

Crystals and Me

I am fairly new to Crystal Therapy Practice but I feel that the way in which it works hand in hand with my day to day practice of Relaxation Therapy gives me an interesting view on the utilisation of the practice itself, and that being said I wanted to share my journey with the community Read More

The Magic of Cacao

While I was travelling in Costa Rica I was lucky enough to meet a wonderful family who were sharing organic, unroasted cacao with beautiful heart intention. Cacao Magic Costa Rica invited me to live with them while I completed an apprenticeship in cacao. During this time, I established a deep connection with myself and the Read More

Focus On: The Root Chakra

Sanskrit name: Muladhara – root support Element: Earth Colour: Red Petals of the lotus: Four Rights: To have Physical association:The skeletal structure, teeth, large intestine, kidneys, blood Psychological function: Survival and self preservation Challenge: Fear Plane: Physical plane Sense organ: Nose Predominant sense: Smell Incense: Cedar Herb: Sage Yoga position: Asanas Located at the base Read More

My 10 Day Silent Retreat

Earlier this year I decided to embark on a 10 day silent retreat at the International Meditation Centre in Wiltshire. I thought that it would be a good opportunity to consolidate my learning, and allow me some space at a time when I was embarking on setting up my own meditation business. If I thought Read More

Women’s Circles and Sacred Circles

Being invited to write this article has been an interesting journey for me. I regularly hold both Women’s Circles and Sacred Healing Circles and have never really given much thought to whether there were similarities or not. My focus has always been in dealing with the preparation required to fulfill each circle as it comes Read More

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