Womb Clearing

A study's take on what the different womb priestesses of this planet have been working on for a long time (particularly the Tibetans! *see article on Tibetan Womb Pulsing below). Although the article does not conclude on this point, it serves as a reminder of why it is super important to do womb clearing exercises, to consciously cut energetic ties with past lovers (sometimes repeatedly), and to purify one’s channel.

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Wild Woman 2018

Wild Woman is a retreat and ritual in honour of connecting with the elements and our wild feminine nature. Held by a gentle, loving and experienced team, you are invited to journey deep within...

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Valentine's Special: Self-Love Simple Tips

Sometimes it’s easy to love yourself. Sometimes it’s really really easy. But then sometimes it’s hard. Really hard. Self love and self belief are not always things we are born with or things which we cultivate in early life. They are muscles which we have to grow and exercise. Regularly.  Here's Some Tips...

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Making a Mandala: Step by Step

This Yeshua mandala incorporates several yantras and malas and multiple crystals to form a cross. The purpose for this mandala was self-healing and the result is this crucifix. The mandala consists of several different yantras, sacred symbols which generate different, though complimentary energies. Some of the meanings and qualities of these symbols are listed below the photos. This list, a non scholarly look at these yantras, is a tiny drop in the ocean, if that, of the many meanings of these sacred diagrams.  

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Womb Wisdom

The ancient knowledge that the womb is a centre of creative energy and power as well as being a potential storehouse for trauma and energetic programming has become commonly accepted in therapeutic practice. I don't think I have come across anyone, both in and out of my practice, who has not experienced some, if not all of these issues. These are all physical and energetic symptoms of an imbalance within the womb and the symptoms are signals that something within is calling out for attention.  

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The Chakras

The chakras are psychic energy centres which are situated throughout the body. The chakras, often referred to as the 'wheels of life', have the capacity to draw in vital energy (Prana), in order that the system can work. The chakras act as purifiers for the system, drawing in energy and expelling energetic waste. Each chakra has the capacity to both draw energy in to the system, as well as to expel energetic debris.

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READING GROUP: Past The Gate by Esther Teule

Meditation teacher and coach Esther Teule's Past the Gate examines how negative patterns will continue to repeat unless they are healed. She maps out a good metaphor for how early experiences of trauma keep us 'gated' in the same behavioural loops and the steps that we can take to find freedom.

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Some of the Issues Which Siddha Kundalini Healing Treats

This therapy is a powerful tool for treating illness whether it is manifesting physically, mentally or emotionally. What makes the method so effective is that it works to remove the symptoms of the problem by going to the spiritual root of the issue. On locating the source of the trouble, the mandala then goes about cleansing and purifying it. By doing this a deep shift is created which reduces, if not removes, the symptoms of the issue as well as the root imbalance that created the illness in the first place

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What to Expect from a Siddha Kundalini Session and What Happens Next

Siddha Kundalini Healing is a non-physical practice and the focus is on the practitioner becoming an open channel in meditation. Unlike Reiki, or other healing practices, the therapist does not 'scan' the body of the receiver with their hands but remains seated in meditation. The non-physical aspect of the practice makes it particularly well suited to those who have experienced physical/ sexual trauma and who would therefore prefer not to be touched in treatment, as well as those diagnosed with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder).

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Self-Care Christmas

As a child I loved everything about Christmas, obsessively keeping a tally of how many presents were piling up and actually setting up my bed in the living room so I could sleep next to the tree. Through my teenage years and early twenties I welcomed the over-indulgence with open arms. As a recovering alcoholic and bulimic Christmas was an anxious time. A gauntlet which I had to run. 

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