How would you describe yourself and what you do? I'm a facilitator of a deep and embodied form of inquiry, called The Living Inquiries. I hold the space for people and walk with them in their journey, in their discoveries whatever they might be on that particular day. The process helps to unravel all the knots … Continue reading In Conversation With… Fiona Robertson
This book aims to show the reader how we can enhance our health and happiness by understanding how we should be living and what foods we should be eating. By the end of the book, I could totally understand how far removed we are from our ancestors’ way of life, and by adjusting our lifestyles … Continue reading Book Review: Uncivilised Genes – Gustav Milne
This is a brilliant handbook for anyone working with friends, relatives, clients, colleagues or strangers going through or ‘lost’ in a dark night. Whether you are a mental health professional, pastoral care specialist, alternative health practitioner, caregiver or going through a spiritual crisis yourself this book can offer moments of help, support and guidance. The … Continue reading Book Review: In Case of Spiritual Emergency – Catherine G Lucas
Just over two years ago I took the decision to follow my passion and pursue a career as an artist after a conversation with my business coach. At the time I was looking for permission of sorts to give me the consent to be an artist. I had a long career running my own branding … Continue reading The Art of Mindfulness
This is a sweet book with the very best intentions at heart for you and your child. As a parent of a highly sensitive child myself I am no stranger to turning to books such as this one for help and guidance when feeling out of my depth, but it is perhaps because of that … Continue reading Book Review: The Handbook for 21st Century Mums and Dads – Felicity Evans
How would you describe what you do today? I train people in how to heal others and themselves, and to that end I run the Light Healing programm, self discovery workshops and DARE (Dissolve and Resolve Emotions). It's a very different way of approaching self-development and enlightenment that incoprorates the uncovering and healing of hidden aspects of … Continue reading In Conversation With… Joy Wisdom
We had a chat with the fascinating Gustav Milne about his book Uncivilised Genes and how the lifestyle of our ancestors was much more sustainable and wholesome than the way we currently live.