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Posted 3rd February 2018

Starting My Practice I have been a ‘practitioner’ of yoga (and I put that word in inverted commas as using the word practice for me, creates an impression of a beginning and an end to the activity, a separation of the doing and not doing ones’ spiritual work), for over 27 years. Yoga came into Read More »

Posted 9th January 2018

The real key to happiness Over the years, I have learned that what shapes my happiness is compassion and co-operation. With all the recent media attention around the Brexit hard border issue in Northern Ireland, i had to remind myself to stay out of the drama and focus on what is really important. I have to Read More »

Posted 2nd January 2018

3 Ways to Stick to Your 2018 Resolutions Happy New Year! Each year millions of us set new resolutions in hopes of achieving a goal. Whether it be to lose weight, find a new job, quit smoking, eat healthy, exercise or spend more time with family – our hope is to break old habit or Read More »

Posted 1st December 2017

Benefits of Essential Oils Essential Oils are rising in popularity. Today, many are embracing holistic healthy-living practices and uncovering the spiritual, mental, physical and emotional wellbeing that oils can provide. Used for centuries as aromatherapy and natural medicine, essential oils are known to help ease stiff muscles, improve your immune-system, treat cold and flu symptoms, Read More »

Posted 26th July 2017

Stress can be one of the most harmful elements in our lives. It affects our well-being on so many levels. Our mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health are all subject to how we deal with stress. Mindfulness and meditative techniques are some of the most effective methods to naturally combat stress. The cost of stress, Read More »

Posted 18th May 2017

When you feel that you are lacking something, whether it is money, love, attention or whatever, it’s easy for food to become your substitution. It’s very common for things to have happened in our childhoods that play a role our eating habits. How many of us had “Eat up, there are children starving in the Read More »

Posted 10th May 2017

The Bridge between Addiction & Your Personality We are all susceptible to addictive patterns – It’s when we don’t deal with our issues, and turn them into negative expressions and actions, that they create great difficulties. Are some people especially prone to addictions? Just because you may carry some of the attributes of an addictive Read More »

Posted 28th February 2017

Meditation can be a powerful tool for increasing gratitude. It quiets the mind and cultivates peace and insight. It is also an avenue into the subconscious. Attitude of the mind, body and spirit shifts with meditation. If your mind is clear, calm, and has the ability to think rationally, you will be able to understand Read More »