We have just emerged from the second set of eclipses of the year, one solar and one lunar, and eclipses generally stir up various emotions, questions and changes for humans. In many ancient cultures around the world, eclipses were believed to be caused by animals or deities eating the Sun or the Moon. Consequently, eclipses were… Continue reading A View From The Bridge: My Story of Transformation through the Eclipse
In the days approaching my ‘solar return’ (the day that the sun returns to the exact point it was at the moment of my birth – or, my birthday), I always write an account of my year. I write about the adventures that I took myself on, and the experiences that I (quite literally) survived.… Continue reading My Weirdest Trip Around the Sun
My recent experiences have led me to question a great deal, and much of my time has been spent pondering over the concepts of attachment and connection. The dictionary definitions of these two words are very similar, but when feeling into the words, to me, they carry slightly different meanings. We have all experienced or… Continue reading From Transiently Attached, to Eternally Connected.
NEWSFLASH: Men and women are different! Genetically, energetically, physically different. But, if we consider that each one of us is a human body with a soul, then every single one of us has the same basic human needs, and most belief systems that I’ve come across seem to agree that souls do not have a… Continue reading The Female Tax
Most of us will be familiar with routine, or the concept of it. We seem to be consciously aware of routine when we actively want to build one, such as in parenting or for self-discipline, or when we want to break away from the one we have. The rest of the time, routine is often… Continue reading Breaking through ‘routine’ – the fences you have built around yourself
Cities are exciting, stimulating, vast places, intelligently created by humans. They symbolise the very latest in third-dimensional human advancement, in areas such as urbanisation, infrastructure, technology, health and culture. People move to cities for various reasons such as employment, education, opportunity, professional development, more advanced healthcare, entertainment, and to meet other people. I decided to… Continue reading My thoughts on Interconnectedness in a Concrete Jungle.
“Change” is a word that so many of us fear. Changing your mind. Changing your image. Changing your job. Changing your diet. Going somewhere different for a change. What is it that we fear the most about trying something different? Is it fear of missing out on what we know that we like or are comfortable… Continue reading Change