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Living with the Seasons

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Autumn ’tis the Season for Reflection

So many people, so much of the time are just peddling away at full speed on the hamster wheel and don’t care much about reflection. Every season has something special to offer. Learning how to make the most of each season can enrich our life immensely. Autumn is much more than just a season of … Continue reading

How to Make 2020 the Best Year of Your Life!

We all know that at the start of a ‘New Year’ is typically when our motivation peaks to set those goals for the year ahead. Most of us find that it’s fairly easy to set these goals. It’s usually about something that we’re either going to do or not do. Let’s face it, anyone can … Continue reading

Spring is the Liver Detox Season

Spring has always been known as the season for a cleanse. It’s the season of new beginnings, awakening, growth and expansion. It’s also the season to take extra special care of our liver. We really need to appreciate just how crucial our liver really is. Quiet simply, if it stops working, we die. Many don’t realise that … Continue reading

Autumn – the Season of Reflection

‘Who cares about the seasons’ … says ‘Harry the Hamster’ – peddling away at full speed on his hamster wheel. Every season seems much the same for those who aren’t attuned to nature. Most people usually consider that Autumn is just that season of transition from summer to winter. It’s typically when the temperature starts to … Continue reading

Happy Equinox

At the equinox, the day and night is equal … it’s the special, only time when day and night are the same lengths … hence, there’s the same amount time of of light and darkness. At this significant time, the sun and moon share the sky equally … hence the symbolic masculine and feminine principles are in balance. Yet … Continue reading

7 Reasons Your NY Resolutions Fail … and How to Switch to Success!

7 Reasons Your NY Resolutions Fail For a start, sadly it’s a ritual that most people begin the new year with a massive hang-over. Let’s face it, what a way to set the scene for the year ahead? Symbolically, what we do the first day, lays down the blueprint for how the rest of the … Continue reading