Unity and Bliss…

I have been watching the BBC2 series ‘Around the World in 80 Faiths’ over the past couple of months. It has been a fascinating journey exploring faith and religion. The man on this journey (Peter Owen Jones) was also a cause of fascination for me – an Anglican Vicar who took a year out to explore the Divine and our connection to it. The series finished last night, and it has left me with many thoughts about religion, belief and faith. Of course, this journey could be repeated several more times and it still wouldn’t have covered all the belief

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Emancipation & Letting Go…

Well, it certainly seems that Saturn’s retrograde dance has caused a big shift within many of us. Many of my clients have been experiencing a sense of clearing and release when it comes to their own paternal relationships (both inner and outer). In addition, the feeling of taking full responsibility for our lives and choices has had quite a profound impact on so many people (including myself). There is a sense of emancipation – a feeling that we are finally becoming free. This may seem a little strange – after all aren’t we striving towards unity and the collective? This

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The Dawning of a New Age?

The Heavens are in party mode at the moment as a number of celestial bodies are coming together in Aquarius. Aquarius is the sign of the New Age, a sign of brother/sister hood, humanity, intuition, ideals, individuality. We often forget that Aquarius is ruled by both Uranus and Saturn though, and the traits that most of us equate with Aquarius come from Uranus, but Saturn plays an important role – he helps each of us to take responsibility for our own lives and to be accountable for our actions. It is through this responsibility that we can turn dreams and

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Let it Snow…!

The thick carpet of pure white snow outside has had quite a strange effect on me – it has completely re-energised and focused me. Whilst I am stuck indoors, unable to venture out with roads closed etc, this has given me a newfound sense of freedom and excitement. It is so easy to get lost in the ‘rat race’ – running about like busy bees (no offence to the beautiful bee!) – we often forget the joy in stillness and retreat. There is such an air of excitement outside with children building snowmen and having snowball fights; even adults are

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Food for Thought…

Stop looking for a scapegoat in your life and be willing to face the truth within yourself and to right your own wrongs’ Eileen Caddy in Footprints on the Path Sometimes the truth hurts… BUT ‘Always remember that it is perfectly possible to be perfectly wonderful without being anywhere near perfect’. Unknown.

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