Monthly Archives: March 2014

A new light on the old

This last weekend I attended a course, perhaps more of a workshop, on Flower Essences and the Seven Stages of the Wheel of the Soul.   But the Flower Essences discussed were not my beloved Bach Flowers although they were mentioned – how could they not be: their concept is at the core of every flower […]

Spring Equinox

I have to make a decision.  Do I do this or do I do that?  Do I write about yesterday’s St Patrick’s Day or do I write about the forthcoming Spring Equinox on the 23rd March?  It’s a bit like being on a seesaw – first this and then that.    I’ve decided! I’m going with […]

You can do it! Ignite.

And I did do it!  I went into London to see what it was all about.   This was the first event of its kind that the Hay House has run.  The event was to introduce ‘the new authors for the coming year’.   My main intention for the weekend was to discover what the Hay House considered to be the […]

Feeling Lost?

When I was a lot younger than I am now, a folk song called “I know where I’m going” was popular. This song always evoked pangs of envy within me.   How I longed to know where I was going and why. I felt as if I was stuck in the rut of life: as if […]