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Setting New Year intentions is one thing. Feeling them in your body is even better. Having them symbolically represented in physical reality via your Personal Altar is truely taking it to the next level. A personal altar is a beautiful and soulful way to stay connected to the workings of your inner world; it helps you to stay focused and connected to your spiritual and emotional unfolding. It's a sacred constellation of energy that you create with meaningful objects that reflects back to you your own inner guidance, your most exquisite potential and your own unique beauty.   I like to think of a personal...

Hands down, one of the most powerful things that has helped me stay connected to my vision for the new year has been receiving a guiding image from my Soul. My guiding image first came through spontaneously in January 2016, when I allowed myself a whole month to dream into what I wanted to create that year. This unique and highly charge image allowed me to continually realign myself to my soul path throughout the year. Traditional goal setting is something I have resisted a lot over the years. When it comes to the simple act of writing a list of things I want and then declaring it, I just clam...

It's January 1 and you haven't set intentions yet for 2017. *Cue panic* Argh! Wait! But everyone else has!! I'm going to miss out on the momentum of the New Year if I don't get it done NOW. I need to make sure I do it 'right'. Feeling the pressure? Well, my love, can I just say, there is absolutely no need to stress. There's plenty of time for you to begin dreaming into the New Year and January is a perfect time to do just that. Here's why: The Chinese New Year begins on February 4 Each year in the Chinese calendar is governed...

Here we are lovely women. At the beginning of a brand spanking new year. Can't you just feel the anticipation and perhaps a little (or a lot of) relief that 2016 is now over? Before we launch ourselves into all that 2017 holds for us, I invite you to stop and take stock of all that has taken place in 2016. A year of collective and personal upheaval. A year when most of us have been pushed to our limits in our external life and within our inner spiritual and emotional world. There is no question that this year has been peppered with epic...

I couldn't let this year slide without acknowledging the incredible women I have worked with in 2016 who have helped me get to where I am now. I'm a big believer on drawing on support when you need it and this year has been no exception. My main goal for 2016 was to create a business in alignment with my soul gifts that serves others and generates meaningful change in the world. Oh, and to find the courage to put myself out there. All of these women in their own way have helped me realise this goal and this post is...

  The one thing that has solidified my spiritual practice in recent years is the regular creation of a personal altar. Some set up an altar that is more or less permanent. Me? I like to create and recreate my altar on a monthly basis, starting at the new moon. Currently I’m incorporating my personal altar practice with Ezzie Spencer’s Lunar Abundance process. My love of personal altars started during my training to become a Transpersonal Therapist. All of our learning took place in sacred circle with a temenos (circular altar) in the centre. This temenos acted as a visual anchor that...

  I’m sure I don’t need to tell you - the path to authentic personal growth and healing is not an easy one. We are tested, challenged and at times brought to our knees (over and over again). But these times can also be the making of us, representing a valuable opportunity to accelerate our spiritual and emotional development.   The key? Staying conscious and present to the process. Taking on the challenge fully.   It’s easy to intellectually understand this concept – but doing the actual work required is a whole other ballgame. Oh, yes!   So I've listed below 10 strategies to help you consciously move from...

This is a synchronicity story I love telling.   Melbourne, New Years Eve, 2009. It had been an absolutely stinking hot day after a series of stinking hot days. A huge storm front was rolling in to quench the hot tar and partygoers alike. Me? I decided to stay home that night, not feeling in a celebratory mood by any stretch of the imagination. It had been a difficult year. I was desperately unhappy and lost and unfulfilled and it was slowly taking me down. Looking back, I was teetering on the edges of depression.   Thankfully I didn’t stay home to wallow in...

  Saying that I have been obsessed with finding my purpose is somewhat of an understatement. One question that has been a constant throughout my life is ‘what am I here to do’?   I realise now that I've been asking the right questions, but not necessarily listening to the answers. Can you relate?   This past month has been one significant insight after another regarding the process of finding my purpose and making peace with my vocational past. And just on the off-chance you are also giving yourself a hard time about not really knowing where you are headed – this post is for...

[caption id="attachment_262" align="aligncenter" width="2515"] Photo by Danka & Peter via Magdeline.[/caption]   In 2014, I experienced a personal crisis that rocked my world. When the time is right I may share that story here, but for now, I want to share something that really helped me navigate this period with relative ease - and that is the concept of 'The Heroic Journey'. An archetypal map of the human experience through crisis, despair and renewal. The heroic journey was coined by philosopher and mythologist, Joseph Campbell who developed it as a common map of experience that hero(ines) go through in countless mythologies, across cultures, throughout time. It's...

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