It is very true that the simplest healing tools are the most powerful. It’s also true that these are the ones that are most often over looked. This is especially the case when it comes to the topic of today’s blog post: nature.
It’s no surprise that a few years ago my body had to resort to drastic measures to get me to give it what it needed. I was living a life of excess when it came to alcohol, drugs and bad foods; but I was living a life of lack when it came to aligning with nature.Read More
Guest Post by Amanda Rootsey. Here’s a nice short video for you with some really simple tips to reduce your impact on the planet. There are so many little things that we can do, sometimes we just need to be reminded. It’s totally up to us what sort of world we create for the future… Read MoreRead More
When I first learnt of the healing powers of meditation (and read that cancer survivor Ian Gawler would sit in meditation for five hours a day to reverse his end-stage bone cancer) I would force myself to meditate three times a day, for at least 45 minutes a sitting. I wasn’t quite hitting Ian’s mark,… Read MoreRead More
Guest post by Amanda Rootsey. Today I want to talk to you about getting off the grid. My boyfriend, Dave and I have gotten rid of most of our possessions and now live in a solar-powered caravan on top of a mountain. We are not connected to town electricity, water, sewage or phone lines. We… Read MoreRead More