DIY Anti-Inflammatory Herbal Supplement


After a diagnosis of Osteoarthritis, I started to research ways to lessen the pain, increase mobility and even meditations to reverse it. My greatest accomplishment was creating my own supplements to help. Why keep this information to myself when so many others can benefit? So I have included a brief glimpse at my plan and the exact recipe so you can make your own supplements too. If you know of anyone who is suffering from inflammation in their bodies, excess stress, anxiety, depression or a health problem, please share this with them.

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Cleaning with Essential Oils


Essential oils are used for so many things these days and cleaning is an excellent way to utilise their benefits. As a follow on from the last blog Essential Oils: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, today I'm going to share with you a number of recipes to help you make your own cleaning … Continue reading Cleaning with Essential Oils

Essential Oils – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly


Essential oils have become all the rage and whilst this is a good thing, there is a bad and an ugly side to this realisation. The good includes therapeutic benefits, alternative medicines and safety precautions. The bad are full of false claims, marketing jargon and incorrect education from inexperienced sellers. The Ugly is this lack of education has led to an outbreak of bad information and sometimes even dangerous advice.

Frankincense. Not just an aromatic oil….


Frankincense, also known as Olibanum is an oleo-gum resin that is obtained from the trees known as Boswellia which are found in Oman, Yemen, North Africa and Somalia. The resin is obtained by tapping the Boswellia tree using a process called striping, whereby the bark of the tree is cut allowing the oleo-gum resin to … Continue reading Frankincense. Not just an aromatic oil….

Coconut Oil…healthy or unhealthy???


Coconut oil. It’s all the rage as a super food but what I wanted to know is…why? What’s so ‘super’ about Coconut Oil? Why has it become so prevalent in today’s modern society when it’s been used for thousands of years in traditional cultures?  Why the sudden turnaround from being unhealthy to being exceedingly healthy? … Continue reading Coconut Oil…healthy or unhealthy???

Why it’s time to get naked with your desires


Another insightful blog post from Pam Grout. Instead of writing my own this week, I thought I would share this wonderful piece of writing with you all. Enjoy!!

Pam Grout

“Become committed—fully committed—to the experience of happiness.”—The Way of Mastery

Today, I want to talk about innocence and vulnerability and one of the sidewalk cracks we stumble over when claiming the largesse of the universe.

I call it a sidewalk crack because it’s very subtle. There’s an underlying belief that we shouldn’t admit we want riches, joyous relationships, rewarding work. What if people think we’re selfish? What if we piss God off?

So we’re in conflict. We have desires, but we don’t want to admit them. We pinch them off. We hide them under the bed. Desire, after all, is a blot on the spiritual path. Isn’t it?

But what if desire IS the spiritual path, what if it’s the animating force that propels us forward, that effects beautiful transformation on the planet?

What if desire is actually God in action? And by suppressing our desires, we’re actually crippling God.

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The Nitty Gritty of Dreams


Last time we looked at how your dreams are a gauge of your emotional state. Today we expand on this by looking at the symbolic meaning behind the dream. I’m going to do this by answering some questions that some people recently sent me. The way you feel in a dream and upon waking is … Continue reading The Nitty Gritty of Dreams