Some time ago I started a series of songs that for me express the energy of a particular Australian Bush Flower Essence (you can read here about my song of choice for the first featured flower, Waratah). There are many ways to learn all about the healing qualities of a flower, and I believe one … Continue reading If Southern Cross Bush Flower Essence were a song, it might be ‘Crucify’ (by Tori Amos)
And how to quit this dirty habit! Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. There are many areas of our lives where the above phrase holds true, but none more than where multi-tasking is concerned. In fact, it shouldn’t even be called multi-tasking; a better name would be, ‘doing little bits of everything alternately, usually in … Continue reading 5 Ways Multi-Tasking Is Hurting You
There are some questions that come up at virtually every workshop I teach, and one of them is, 'can I make a mistake when choosing flower essences for myself or someone else'? While I wouldn't use the word 'mistake', as with anything in life there are definitely more effective ways you can use flower essences to gain … Continue reading Is there a right or wrong way to use flower essences?
I personally attended Animal Communicator, Kerrie Searle’s, premiere Animal Wellbeing and Australian Bush Flower Essences workshop in Sydney, Australia in 2014 and can honestly say it was outstanding. What a wonderfully warm and interesting teacher she is, providing a safe space to expand into and deepen your connection with animals. Kerrie is a strong voice for … Continue reading Ever wondered how you can help and connect more deeply with your pets and animals?
I believe that music speaks a language that crosses all divides and will often contain private meanings or significance for each person. It is a medium that can bypass your mind, if you allow, in order to speak directly to the cells of your body and unearth deep inner wisdom. So I am offering you this series of songs that for me express the … Continue reading If Waratah Bush Flower Essence were a song, it might be ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’ (by Crowded House)
Happy Chinese New Year and welcome to the fresh new energy of the Year of the Green Wooden Horse. With the last couple of years being quite difficult for so many, I believe we are all more than happy to shut the door behind the 2013 Year of the Black Water Snake. I know I can definitely … Continue reading What does 2014 the Year of the Green Wooden Horse hold for you?
Many people are finding life tough at the moment, particularly because life seems to be generously dealing out lemons to each and every one of us. And let's face it, who knows how to make lemonade anymore? We are being forced to step-up in our lives and take responsibility for things that we may not … Continue reading Bush Flowers to help you make lemonade from lemons
One of the convenient things about observing both the calendar New Year and the Chinese (Lunar) New Year is that you get a second chance to start over: consider the year that typically begins on January 1st to be a practice run and gear up for a fresh start NOW! The Chinese New Year just … Continue reading 12 Bush Flowers to Guide You in 2013: The Year of the Black Water Snake.
Here in Australia at the moment it is Summer and we have been stuck in a record heatwave for the past week. For people down-under, this time of year normally means: spending as much time as possible on the beach, vainly attempting to beat the heat; getting bombarded by fear-instilling news reports, warning about potential … Continue reading 3 Bush Flower Essence tips to cope with Summer heatwaves…
Given it is the time of year for thinking about what has been and what is to come, I have found myself lately pondering the classic New Year’s tune, Auld Lang Syne. In true modern style, my pondering led to a Google search, since I really was curious about this poem-turned-folk song that everyone trots-out … Continue reading 3 ways to check if you need to wave goodbye to more than just the past year.