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Just recently I was reminded of the power of setting intention and then completely letting go and trusting. So I wanted to share with you something I uncovered ‘by accident’ a few days ago. As you know I’m always writing, whether journalling, blogging or writing for the many books in my head. And of course I write and share a lot on social media. Well, I was on Facebook and felt the impulse to send someone a private message in … Continue reading
It’s so easy to sit back and stay comfortable in your comfort zone. Really easy. In fact, it’s so easy, it’s the easy option most people take all of their lives. So you’re not alone there. But how could things be different if you were to get really honest with yourself and acknowledge where you are being dishonest? Where are you turning a blind eye to opportunities for huge growth and freedom? Where are you selling yourself in the name … Continue reading
I have always found that it’s so easy to delude ourselves into thinking we are being honest and spiritual. It’s so easy to walk away from dogma and feel ready to free ourselves up, only to walk headlong into some new dogma we have unwittingly created for ourselves. All in the name of spirituality – growth, releasing negative thought patterns, being honest with ourselves – the list goes on and on. I just wanted to share what I experienced a … Continue reading
For a few weeks now I’ve been holding live sessions on my Livestream account for those of you who want to listen in and even check in to chat with me via the chatbox. I also pick a general card as guidance for everyone listening to the recording. You can listen to the message here: If you click on the Comments button, you are able to leave a message from me. I’d love to hear from you. You can also … Continue reading
I am coming more and more to the realisation that what I perceive around me is only a reflection of illusion-based thoughts and imaginations and that it is not real. Whether it is something ‘joyous’ or something that brings me pain. It is only the outer world created by my thoughts and beliefs. But more importantly, as I continue to go deeper within and truly remember who I am, I know that my mind may continue to create deceptions on … Continue reading
I just had to laugh when a really fun post appeared in my newsfeed on Facebook this morning. It was poking fun at all the ways we behave and talk when we get caught up in trying to be too ‘spiritual’. Have a quick look and see what I mean: I really laughed out loud which meant I had caught myself off guard with a good few of them. Over the past few weeks I have spent quite a bit … Continue reading
It’s Thursday again and the day that I always pick oracle cards for those of you who visit me on my Inspired Art and Living Facebook page. I often like to pick one for myself too and share in the fun. So, today being no exception, I decided to take part. Now interestingly, I already picked some cards for myself a few days and ago and was prompted to pick up John De Ruiter’s amazing book ‘Unveiling Reality’ and start … Continue reading
It seems like forever since we started the raw food lifestyle and it’s a constant learning process. Every day something new is unfolding and revealing itself to us. Often when I’m talking to people about it they say: ‘Hey, so tell me, what do you actually eat on a daily basis?’ It’s quite funny when I realise that they think I’m living off raw carrot sticks and drinking cold water. Brrrrr…. the truth is far from that. And so I … Continue reading
You’ve heard the saying: When the WHY is big enough, the HOW’s look after themselves. Well, following the raw food lifestyle is certainly no exception and indeed, this is vital to the whole process. I really am loving being asked questions every time I meet people and am so enjoying being able to respond and share my process. As I have said so many times, this whole journey is mine and I do not advocate that any of you stop … Continue reading