Posts Tagged ‘Mindbody’

It is becoming more and more apparent to me just how much a life of satisfaction, joy, freedom, non-attachment, connection, friendship and love, both for self and other, is in the creation of a well mind, body and spirit.

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How do you know you're pushing up against true transformation?

It gets uncomfortable.

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It’s a funny thing this health business.

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Is there more to health than our biochemistry?

There's a lot I've been pondering and trialling recently (trust me, I'm always the first person I test my theories on!) and after a busy year following what I thought would lead me to my own optimal health, I've sat back and looked at an often forgotten part of healing: our thoughts and emotions. → Read more

Tummies.

Too often the only attention we give to them is either lamenting their external shape or size (definitely not encouraged), or admiring them (encourage. Ironically, David Beckham’s new underwear campaign is on the telly as I type this… where was I?) → Read more
If you missed Part 1 on the Bach Flower Essences' creator Dr Edward Bach, click here!

Bach Flower Essences don't treat the physical disease as such, rather the entire mental and emotional picture of the individual.

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After a weekend of mindbody and energy immersion, I was reminded of the incredible history and life-work of Dr Edward Bach, creator of the Bach Flower Remedies.

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I was recently interviewed by Lauren Callaghan, an amazing photographer on the Northern Beaches in Sydney (who also did my shots for my website) on what I do, why I do it and what drove me to follow a path into Natural Medicine. It was an absolute joy to disclose a bit more about my passion and purpose so I hope you enjoy. → Read more

I love how our bodies are always looking out for our best interests.

After all, like anything, our body is all about self-preservation despite our pushing its boundaries to the limits. I also love how it sends subtle message after subtle message, in the hope we’ll adjust our behaviour to bring us back into balance with least disruption to our lives. But I especially love how it ups-the-ante if we refuse to listen. → Read more

I’ve recently arrived back home from a whirlwind holiday throughout Europe and the UK (yes, lucky me!)

Whilst it truly was stunning, spectacular and a much-needed break, with every snow-capped mountain, baguette-laden breakfast and gob-smacking historical and architectural experience soaked up like a sponge, there was nothing like coming home. And did I appreciate my little beach-side home! (no more slippery, near-death moments of terror just trying to walk a few hundred metres in half-iced snow!) → Read more