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Stay hydrated in Winter!

Dehydration often shows up as an issue in Kinesiology sessions, and it can totally affect your mood and cognitive function! Here in Australia we’re currently in deep Winter… and this is a little PSA (public service announcement) about avoiding dehydration in the c-c-c-cold Winter months. Yes you can become dehydrated in …

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Acknowledging your stuff isn’t weak. It’s f#cking BAD-ASS!

Beloveds… whether it’s trauma, anxiety, depression, chronic illness or anything else… Acknowledging your stuff doesn’t mean that you’re weak. Allowing yourself to see your own emotional or physical wounding is NOT weak. It’s f#cking BAD-ASS! It’s courageous. It’s the hero’s journey. It’s taking up the crusade of truth, grabbing your …

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Reconnect Yourself – a free guided meditation

Hello Lovely Souls! I wanted to share this free resource with you that I created specifically for the people who often say things like… I just feel so lost at the moment I feel disconnected from myself/my spirituality I’m confused and I need some perspective, but I don’t know where …

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Are you “too sensitive to function”?

Recently I met someone who embodied what it looks like to allow your gifts as an empath to take over so much, that it becomes difficult function in the world. This person told me they need at least eight hours of alone time every night in order to be around …

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Women, stand the heck up!

#rantalert Sometimes in a client session, my spiritual team gets a little bit lovingly ranty. The desire for a message to cut through means the words I’m channeling become strong and intense*. (*Only when required!) I’ve gotta say I’m amazed in some ways, that the self-esteem issues I dealt with …

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Suffering can’t be escaped by changing your circumstances

That’s because suffering isn’t about what’s going on in your life – it’s about how you perceive and feel about what’s going on. Issues of lack, and a desire for things to be different than they are, are two of the most common ways in which we suffer. Another one is …