• Rand Leeb-du Toit

    5 tips for harnessing true power

    How do you break out of the all-consuming cycle of striving for more and more power? Learn the secret to true, non-transient power and where to find it. Power is a loaded word in our modern, ego-driven lives. We equate more power with more freedom, more happiness, more prestige, and ...

  • Dr Karl-Heinz Rauscher

    Constellations give you a system to discover what your illness is telling you

    If you’ve seen a constellation in process, you will likely have been in awe of a seemingly miraculous outcome – but it’s all part of a system. A systemic approach for healing is necessary because it is never only the body, soul or spirit that is sick. It is the ...

  • Dr Anngwyn St Just

    Transgenerational trauma

    Are some families cursed? Can trauma from past events be passed on to your descendants through inherited genes? Transgenerational trauma Throughout cultural history we find the theme of descendants punished for the behaviour of their forebears. We see it in the Bible. Exodus 20:5, “…punishing the children for the sin ...

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    Meditation – for stress release, overcoming fears and feelings of unworthiness

    Using meditation to quiet the mind and create space for healing, those who have experienced trauma can begin to heal and process the difficult emotions and memories standing in the way of a happy life. Over the last ten years, meditation has increasingly become a big part of my life. ...

  • Jenni Evans

    Let your skeleton out of its closet – the Feldenkrais Method®

    Real stories of people whose lives have been changed with Feldenkrais. The Feldenkrais Method is about the learning response of unique individuals, using movement as the stimulus. It is about building sufficient awareness of what we do, so that we can act spontaneously in efficient, comfortable and satisfying ways. It ...

  • Nicola Poole

    Why declutter?

    Transformational events can create rapid change in the way we choose to live our lives. Cultivating mindful simplicity can be of great benefit when integrating our new experiences. As spiritual beings having a physical experience, we have the opportunity to detach more and more from the confines of our physicality ...

  • Alison Keane

    Mindfulness – bringing calm, aliveness and a bit of Zen

    Sufferers of Parkinson’s Disease are turning to this readily available well-being practice to bring relief, calm, and energy back into their lives. Parkinson’s Disease is a troubling degenerative disorder affecting the way that we move, think, and feel. Symptoms show up gradually over many years. While doctors still don’t understand ...

  • Merelyn Carter

    Speed meditation vs monkey brain

    To put the words ‘speed’ and ‘meditation’ together may seem counterintuitive. But if you are like me and have an active monkey brain, then this could be a life, or rather, mind saver. If you haven’t heard the term ‘monkey brain’, it describes those times when your thoughts are jumping ...

  • LivingNow

    Do you wish to manifest peace in your life?

    Do you wish to manifest peace in your life? ‘Path to Illumination & Liberation’ This will be the first-ever Australian Immersion Retreat with Kenji Kumara – here’s your chance to be part of it! Kenji Kumara will be leading a 5-day Quantum-Lightweaving® retreat in Australia 19 to 23 September Gymea ...

  • Gabriella Jaye

    Finding gentleness in life

    Adopting an attitude of gentleness can be a powerful antidote to the stresses of living in the modern world. I was reminded of the importance of living with gentleness during a trip to the stunningly beautiful Oregon coastline . I had walked some distance down to a deserted beach. Directly ...

  • Dane Tomas

    Is personal development dead?

    Personal development has been a booming industry this past century. But has it had its day? Personal development is dead. There, I said it. Perhaps I should’ve said, “Personal development is dead to me.” Although it does seem like something is changing in mass consciousness at the moment. The development ...

  • Elise Bialylew

    Neuroplasticity & mindfulness

    Doctor, psychiatrist, and mindfulness expert tells: We have the power to train our brains to experience a deeper and more sustainable kind of happiness. Few experiences can compare to holding a human brain. It was my first year of medical training. I was 19 years old, and as I stood ...

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