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LATEST ARTICLES


  • David Durance
    Loris’s last blast

    Loris’s journey with cancer finally comes to an end. We’d been waiting for a call from the hospital. It came, at around 2am, with, “You’d better get here ASAP,”. My three sisters and I gathered together to be with Mum during her last moments.When we arrived at the ward I started the CD I’d brought with me. It was Handel’s ...

  • Death – let’s face it

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  • Confessions of a funeral director

     Dedicated funeral director Michelle shares her insights and experience around death and funerals. I can’t say ‘funeral director’ was at ...

  • On the edge of living and dying

    Anya shares from her book Tesla Metamorphosis – Heal and Evolve.   Living and dying When we think of dying, ...

  • Pranic Healing

    Master Choa Kok Sui’s Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga. Universal energy for mind, body and soul. Pranic Healing is a ...

  • Spirulina – the true superfood

    Last issue we covered chlorella – the totally amazing little green algae. While the experts recommend you take both chlorella ...

  • How to support someone with a difficult birth experience

    As a society we have the opportunity to improve the birth culture by individually learning to offer more compassionate support ...

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  • Letting go of love

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    Raym’s client wants to understand why he cannot have deep emotional relationships. The answer is hidden inside his chest.   ...

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