Archive | January, 2016

Surrendering – Letting Go!

27 January

I took my first “Train the Trainer” course around 1979 at London’s Cafe Royal, while I actually worked at The Grosvenor House in Park Lane. My training buddy was a chef who decided that by the end of the session I would be able to bone a chicken! I still know how after all these […]

Flower Remedies for this time of the year

22 January

It’s that time of year where even the strongest heart and mind can become glum, despondent, tired and even morose. The perfect flower remedies for this time of the year are so surprisingly amazing, especially to this kind of person who never needs any help and would poo poo this simple helper. A woman that […]

A Journey with Faith and Trust

13 January

I took all the money I had in the bank to buy a cheep ticket to New York when I went to see my friends perform their play in 1998 at the Israeli Embassy. When I lost the ticket I had to wait for a dear friend to help me with her Air miles because […]

Groundhog Day

08 January

Cookery Classes at school were difficult for me because Mum didn’t have the spare the money to buy the ingredient and mostly thought that it was a waste of time. It was deeply upsetting and humiliating for me to be left out. I was sure that I was laughed at by the other kids and […]

Connecting to the Possibilities

07 January

We visited Rosslyn Chapel just outside of Edinburgh a few years ago and paid for the guided tour. The place was full and the guide an elderly guy stood at the front of the Church and told an amazing story that stayed firmly in my mind. The Chapel had fell into very bad repair as […]

Leap of Faith

06 January

A few years ago i got it my head that someone important was coming into my life very soon. I was so sure I bought extra food and prepared my home for that extra special person to arrive. I shared a house at the time and remember my friend getting a phone call that I […]

What I would do differently

05 January

I was just wondering to myself what I would do differently then than I would now because I haven’t always been doing what I do now. In the late 1980’s I had a demanding job that was responsible for several departments with a lot of staff and a huge budget to reach. It’s funny to […]

New Year Fog

05 January

New Year Fog can invade our minds and is hard to shake off! I often find the perfect flower remedy for clients to help them move through their “stuff” so I thought I’d offer this Bush Flower Remedy that is perfect for after the Holiday Season is over and we feel sluggish, bit lost and […]