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How to work with the current energies

The New Moon will be on Saturday, 11th August.

This will usher in a time of intense change.

Are you feeling it?

Many of you have shared with me that you have felt an energy wipeout at the total lunar eclipse.

I certainly did and it’s something that many of us are sensitive to – those big peaks of the Moon’s cycle. 

So it’s intense for many reasons. Three eclipses in this eclipse season as opposed to the normal two, (there were two in July and now this solar eclipse on Saturday).

It’s a very fast moving period of change.

It is time to LET GO of anything that does not serve your greater good and accept change.

This time is an opportunity for you to see where you are rigid, to see where you have a set expectation, a set routine where it’s not serving you. Because when you really have predictability in your life, after a while it’s boring. It’s like having that nine to five job, and going to that same office and doing similar things everyday.

  • Spend a few days taking note of your routines and rules. Ask your partner, children, or friends to tell you when your rigidness appears. This exercise isn’t meant to make you feel bad; it should help you learn to make your life more flexible.

  • Try a new food, sport, type of film, toothpaste, deodorant, anything! Get your brain used to doing things differently. If you have anxiety and are worried about being judged by others, be honest about the worst thing that could happen: You might feel uncomfortable. But taking a risk will help you tackle the unexpected and open up to new experiences.

  • Don’t say “no” purely out of habit. Instead of thinking of 20 reasons not to do something new, think of five reasons you should do it. Keep the bigger picture in mind. For example, I might not feel like going out with friends, but I want to continue to build friendships.

  • Don’t think about all the other things you need to do. Slow down and focus on what you are experiencing internally and externally at that moment. Remind yourself of what you value most. It may be that having good family relationships ranks higher than a clean bathroom.

  • Do you always do things exactly the same for a reason or just out of habit? Practice doing things differently. Drive a new route to work, substitute spinning for yoga, or put up a tent with the kids and let them sleep in it. Show yourself that you can do things differently, and nothing disastrous will happen.

  • Allow others to take charge. Have a day where your partner or friend plans everything without your opinion. This is a great way to see how it feels to be on the other side of rigid.

  • Identify the situations where you are always in charge. Are there others in your life who deserve some input ? They may have stopped giving their opinions because you don’t acknowledge them, so this will be an adjustment for both parties. Actively listen to others and see if you can meet them half way.

  • Practice letting the small stuff go. If your partner doesn’t load the dishwasher the way you like or the kids don’t make their beds well, just let it be. Keeping quiet will be very difficult at first, but consider how much freedom you’ll gain not having to monitor or complete every single task on your own.

  • Monitor your vocabulary for “can’t,” “shouldn’t,” or “not right.” These are red flags that you are moving into rigid territory. Try “let’s see,” “let’s find out,” “I’m not sure,” or “what do you think?”

  • Just as you have to practice stretching your muscles to become more physically flexible, you must do the same thing to become mentally flexible. Set small goals at first, such as making one small change each day. The more you can challenge yourself to allow for new experiences, the easier it will be to integrate them into your everyday life.

So grab this opportunity to “move things” and embrace more joy in your lives.

August is all about light and stepping into a new light in your life.  There’s a lot of breakthrough consciousness that’s happening right now.

Let me know what changes you’re making.

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Everything changes….

It takes me all of June to calm down to the rhythm of summer. Then by the end of July, I’m in it. I’ve embodied summer. I love that feeling of sun on my skin, sundresses, sandals, and balmy summer nights. I feel good in my skin, like everything is right with the world.

Then something happens and everything changes.

Vito and I at a sponsored walk, where I fell into a deep puddle and got soaked!

My dearest pet Vito, who shared the last 15 years with me, had been unwell for a while, but during the past week was getting weaker, vomiting and wetting in the house, which is something he had never done. He didn’t want his breakfast on Thursday and his body was shaky, so my gut instinct was to take him to the vet.  When she weighed him we discovered he had lost 2 kilos since his last appointment 5 weeks ago when he needed his yearly inoculation.  The vet said he was dehydrated so she put him on a drip and took some blood tests.

At 4pm she rang to say that he was very ill with blood in his urine and scans showed what looked like white gravel in his intestines which could be calcified cancer.

She offered to run further investigations, but as he was 15 years and 4 months and critically ill, it was time to assess his quality of life and make a decision that us pet lovers avoid.  I looked into his eyes and just knew that it was time.  He had given us unconditional love and protection during the last 15 years and with love we made the decision to end his pain.

Euthanasia for a beloved pet is highly personal decision and usually comes after a diagnosis of a terminal illness and with the knowledge that the animal is suffering badly.

I had to consider the pain and suffering which outweigh any pleasure and enjoyment in life and that Vito was facing certain death from the illness.

We knew that ending the suffering was in our Vito’s best interest.

My daughter Jade, who Vito had been bought for on her 15th birthday, came to the Vet straight from work and gave him a cuddle.  My eldest son Josh, who had named him Vito don Coleone, after the famous Godfather, called in on Facetime.

Vito was certainly the Godfather in our family, ruling the roost,  and barking at me to give him his meals and take him out for walks.  He yapped endlessly in the car and even when I got a dog trainer to stop this constant yapping, he was fine while the trainer was in the car, but when he left, Vito continued to yap!

I think he felt that I was his and he wanted my attention all the time.  When friends chatted to me, he’d bark in my face, as if to say “What about me?”.  He was a true character and just like a cat had 9 lives.

He had many “near misses” when he ran into the road and most recently ran out of my Mum’s garden last November and went out onto the main road, only to be rescued by a kind stranger and taken to the local vet hospital.  My daughter and best friend discovered him a day later.  I was travelling in India and sobbed with reflief that he had been found safe and well.  We had him for another 8 months until now and I am feeling so grateful, yet devastated.

Me with our new addition Angel and Vito

For those of you that share an intense love and bond with our animal companions, you’ll understand why I feel devastated by feelings of grief and sadness that Vito has now crossed the Rainbow Bridge. The pain of loss is overwhelming and triggers all sorts of painful and difficult emotions.

For many of us, a pet is not “just a dog” or “just a cat,” but rather a beloved member of our family, bringing companionship, fun, and joy to our lives. A pet adds structure to our day, keeps us active and social,  helps us to overcome setbacks and challenges in life, especially for me when my marriage ended, my 3 children left home and I had to move house!   So, I know that it’s normal to feel a painful sense of grief and loss.

Grief comes in stages, where we experience different feelings such as denial, anger, guilt, depression, and eventually acceptance and resolution. Some people find that their grief is more cyclical, coming in waves, or a series of highs and lows. The lows are likely to be deeper and longer at the beginning and then gradually become shorter and less intense as time goes by. Still, even years after a loss, a sight, a sound, or a special anniversary can spark memories that trigger a strong sense of grief.

So if you’ve lost a pet too…..

Don’t let anyone tell you how to feel, and don’t tell yourself how to feel either. Your grief is your own, and no one else can tell you when it’s time to “move on” or “get over it.” Let yourself feel whatever you feel without embarrassment or judgement. It’s okay to be angry, to cry or not to cry. It’s also okay to laugh, to find moments of joy, and to let go when you’re ready.
Reach out to others who have lost pets.  If your own friends and family members are not sympathetic about pet loss, find someone who is. Often, another person who has also experienced the loss of a beloved pet may better understand what you’re going through.
Rituals can help healing. A funeral can help you and your family members openly express your feelings. Ignore people who think it’s inappropriate to hold a funeral for a pet, and do what feels right for you.
Create a legacy. Preparing a memorial, planting a tree in memory of your pet, compiling a photo album or scrapbook, or otherwise sharing the memories you enjoyed with your pet, can create a legacy to celebrate the life of your animal companion. Remembering the fun and love you shared with your pet can help you to eventually move on.
Look after yourself. The stress of losing a pet can quickly deplete your energy and emotional reserves. Looking after your physical and emotional needs will help you get through this difficult time. Spend time face to face with people who care about you, eat a healthy diet, get plenty of sleep, and exercise regularly to release endorphins and help boost your mood.
If you have other pets, try to maintain your normal routine. Surviving pets can also experience loss when a pet dies, or they may become distressed by your sorrow. Maintaining their daily routines, or even increasing exercise and play times, will not only benefit the surviving pets but can also help to elevate your mood and outlook, too.

Some parents feel they should try to shield their children from the sadness of losing a pet by either not talking about the pet’s death, or by not being honest about what’s happened. Pretending the animal ran away, or “went to sleep,” for example, can leave a child feeling even more confused, frightened, and betrayed when they finally learn the truth. I believe that it’s far better to be honest with children and allow them the opportunity to grieve in their own way.

Also, I feel it is important to let a child see us express our grief at the loss of the pet. And respect their grief and let them express their feelings openly, without making them feel ashamed or guilty. Children should feel proud that they have so much compassion and care deeply about their animal companions.

This quote says it all…..



How to deal with this week’s Lunar Eclipse Full Moon

On Friday July 27th, 2018 we will be experiencing a Lunar Eclipse Full Moon.

You may be wondering what this could mean and how we can begin to prepare for this energy now.

It’s like a spotlight shining brightly on our hidden unconscious motivations and desires.

Negative Unconscious Motivations can be:

  • anxiety

  • appeasement

  • bitterness

  • co-dependency

  • coercion

  • conscious control

  • cruelty

  • escapism

  • fear

  • greed

  • hate etc. 

Any of those resonate?

The Full Moon will highlight the things we must clear to continue to move forward with higher ideals and perceptions. They can be cleared with Akashic Healing.

A Lunar Eclipse is a full moon, when the earth is situated in between the Moon and the Sun casting a shadow on the moon. Symbolically this provides:

  • action

  • insight

  • breakthroughs

Throughout history, the Lunar Eclipse marked critical turning points in human evolution. So if a Solar Eclipse means setting intentions, a Lunar Eclipse means reaping the rewards of previous intentions. So, if we have been sowing stress unconsciously this Full Moon could manifest more stress. Since this Lunar Eclipse is a personal astrological phenomenon, its important that we take personal responsibility, which is what July has been all about.

We need to redefine ourselves and our motivations. It is time to understand and be aware of immediate gratification and also the rewards of constantly building energy and positive affirmations.

Whether you do this consciously or unconsciously it is best to be mindful of what intentions you are sowing regardless of circumstance. We are simply living a result of a previous intention.

This energy is very erratic and unpredictable. I hope that this information doesn’t frighten you, but it is necessary to confront the problems or fears in your life. Hoping that your skeletons don’t come out of the closet may not be enough during this transit. There may be some emotional patterns that need to be broken and the connection to past lives to break generational Karmic Shadows once and for all – which may be: 








The Lunar Eclipse brings an overall feeling of becoming aware of problems before they happen and do something about it. This is all about foresight – an active, preventive, protective and planning energy.

You may discover challenges and obstacles to overcome. It’s about seeing our reality for what it is and focusing on what you will do about it.

If you have been positively sowing seeds then people will wonder where all of this good fortune has come from.

There will also be people going through a variety of issues and adversities, it may be up to you to offer help to those who truly need the help. This may just be a part of the journey to creating a vibration of universal love and selflessness.

We need to understand our actions with aligned motivations to create an indirect channel for healing.  In order for this healing to take place there has to be some clearing of past trauma.

The more you fight the energy of change, the more of the lesson is not understood.  Being attached to an ideal or the past will block you from the freedom you now are experiencing. Whether you block this energy by doing the same things over and over again is totally up to you.

How we can begin or continue to heal:

  • Journaling
  • Dream Journal
  • Keeping track of visions and intuition
  • Keeping track of coincidences

The things that are happening are trying to tell a deeper story at all times. The story of who you truly are is important and the ability to truly listen to the messages from your intuition and gut instinct and then incorporate them into your waking life. This is a spiritual time. Join the HUNCH CLUB Facebook page

This Lunar Eclipse also brings an understanding about the difference between universal love as opposed to personal existential love.

Universal love is active, existential love is passive. Love is to be given. Because your love is inside of you, how do you display it?

Please comment and let me know…..

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I have now moved to a different email hosting site and it has not been possible to offer you the “21 Day Meditation Challenge” for you to purchase, so here is the third freebie!

Now I have a question for you……..

Have you ever stood watching the sea when it’s rough?  The sediment is churned up and the water becomes murky, but when the wind dies down the mud gradually settles and the water becomes clear.  In a similar way, when the incessant flow of your distracting thoughts is calmed through concentrating on the breath, your mind becomes unusually lucid and clear.  
This is the first stage of meditation and is very powerful.  You can see from this practice that it’s possible to experience inner peace and contentment just by controlling your mind, without having to depend at all upon external conditions.  
When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and your mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arises from within.  This feeling of contentment and well-being helps you to cope with the busyness and difficulties of daily life.  So much of the stress and tension we normally experience comes from your mind, and many of the problems you experience, including ill health, are caused or aggravated by this stress.Just by doing breathing meditation for 10 or 15 minutes every day, you will be able to reduce stress.  You will experience a calm, spacious feeling in your mind and many of your usual problems will fall away.  Difficult situations will become easier to deal with, you will naturally feel warm and more loving towards other people and your relationships with others will gradually improve. 

Today’s Challenge – BREATHE FOR 5 MINUTES
Use an egg timer, your clock or mobile phone and put it on for 5 minutes.

Turn off any distractions   

Get into your posture.

When you are comfortable, close your eyes.

Bring your full attention to your breathing.

Breathe naturally, through your nose, without any attempt to control your breath, and watch as the air enters in your nose and out of your mouth.

This sensation is your object of this meditation.  Focus on it to the exclusion of everything else.

Like yesterday, thoughts may arise and you may feel that the meditation is making your mind busier, but the reality is that you are just becoming more aware of how busy your mind actually is.  

There may be a great temptation to follow your thoughts as they arise, but resist this and remain focused single-pointedly on the sensation of the breath.

If you discover your mind has wandered and is following your thoughts, you should immediately return it to the breath.  

Breathe in calm and breathe out.

Make no effort to control the breath; simply breathe naturally.

Focus your attention on the breath and on how the body moves with each inhalation and exhalation. Notice the movement of your body as you breathe. Observe your chest, shoulders, rib cage, and belly. Simply focus your attention on your breath without controlling its pace or intensity. If your mind wanders, return your focus back to your breath.

If thoughts cross your mind, just imagine them like clouds floating in a clear blue sky and let them go, bringing your focus back to your breath.  

When the timer bleeps, take a deep breath in and out.  When you’re ready open your eyes and focus on something around you.  Allow yourself to come back gently into your space.  

How do you feel?


Unleash your inner warrior

The weather in the UK has been incredibly hot and the intense extremes bring focus to what is out of balance in our lives.

After the Solar Eclipse last week (12th July), did you feel any sort of crisis with your self-esteem, a relationship or an event?

This may be due to a self-destructive character trait such as:

  • addiction

  • spying

  • stubbornness.

In relationships, you may be the subject of, or the perpetrator of:

  • manipulation

  • jealousy

  • domination

  • spying

Events may include the breakdown of an appliance or car, theft, violence, or the destruction of a possession by people of a natural disaster. Things like this will more likely to happen if you have been stubbornly resisting change, or have engaged in some habit that is destructive to yourself or others.

Things like this will seem to happen out of your control. In a way they help you to realise that you don’t need to have total control over others or your environment. Even though you may experience a bruised ego, there is also great potential for positives if you are open to change. Change may be forced upon you, or better still, you may instigate it.

You are now being urged to transform for the better. To evolve your soul so that you may live a better life and experience more satisfaction. It is most common that this would occur through a close relationship, such as a family member, close friend or partner.

It’s a time of reflection about power and control in your life. If people have controlled or been manipulating you, then now is the time to let them go.

If you have been too controlling of others or situations then it is time to let go and understand that the only thing you can control is yourself.

Unleash your inner warrior and confidently stand up for your rights if you have been dominated or abused.

Intense determination, willpower and fighting spirit will help you overcome adversity, addiction or illness. Using the power of your mind, you can transform a personal crisis into a success story. Miracles are possible.

Trust your instincts and trust your spirit guides.

It is a time for potential and opportunity but needs conscious effort and hard work to manifest and avert a personal crisis.

Remember to get started on your transformation by opting in for a FREE Clarity Conversation for my 90 Day Core Transformation Course 


As I mentioned in my last blog, I will let you know when the 21 Day Meditation Challenge is available.  Meanwhile, here is another taster…. 

Meditation allows you to find clarity, reason and a feeling that, whatever is happening, it’s ok, you can deal with it.

When you meditate, all your worries about tomorrow or what happened yesterday, along with all the thoughts and feelings of anxiety and regret they often bring, can simply be let go.

You will feel more connected to an inner strength, more contented, more at ease with yourself. And more effective and creative in your daily life.
You will start to gain insight into the nature of human existence and such questions as, who am I, where have I come from, where am I going, and how do I relate to this world around me? This leads to the profoundest levels of self-discovery.
Practising meditation regularly can bring a growing sense of oneness with the wider world and a lessening of the constraints we impose on our lives through too much thinking about ourselves and how we wish things could be. It has also been proved to:-
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Improve blood circulation
  • Lower heart rate
  • Less perspiration
  • Slower respiratory rate
  • Less anxiety
  • Lower blood cortisol levels
  • More feelings of well-being
  • Less stress
  • Deeper relaxation

Today’s Challenge – BREATHE

Get into your posture that you practised yesterday, after turning off all distractions such as your mobile phone.

When you are comfortable, close your eyes.

Make no effort to control the breath; simply breathe naturally.

Focus your attention on the breath and on how the body moves with each inhalation and exhalation.

Notice the movement of your body as you breathe. Observe your chest, shoulders, rib cage, and belly.

Simply focus your attention on your breath without controlling its pace or intensity.

If your mind wanders, return your focus back to your breath.

If thoughts cross your mind, just imagine them like clouds floating in a clear blue sky and let them go, bringing your focus back to your breath.

Maintain this meditation practice for two to three minutes to start….

Now bring your full attention back to the space from where you began.  Deep breath in and out.  Focus on an object wherever you are and in your own time, come back into your space.

How are you feeling?

Remember the breath is becoming you and

you are becoming the breath….. 



A question I ask people when they consult me on changing their lives is: Do you believe in your own power to change and can you accept what you can’t?

The reason why I ask, is that people fall into a trap of being so out of touch with their own power.

They are addicted to suffering, have flawed belief systems that hold them back leading to insecurity.

For me, I discovered that I had to give up my need to know everything and certainly let go of controlling the outcomes. I had to embrace whatever emotional lessons came my way, clean up old karmic debts, and set up some new rules, boundaries and intentions for myself.

It’s always good to step back to refocus on the big picture and to forgive small and petty thoughts and judgements in ourselves and in others.

In support of this I am offering my 21 Day Meditation Course, which I mentioned in my last blog would be available this week.  Unfortunately, as I am changing email provider, this is not available on the new platform yet, so please bear with me and I will provide the link as soon as it’s ready.  Meanwhile, here is a freebie from Day 1 …..

I’ve been teaching Meditation for 20 years and I like to teach it as a simple practice, which can reduce…. 

  • stress
  • increase calmness
  • clarity
  • promote happiness 

Learning how to meditate is straightforward and the benefits can come quickly.In this Challenge, I will offer you 21 days of basic tips to get you started on a path toward greater calmness, composure, acceptance and joy. 

Setting aside time for formal meditation is an important way to establish a routine and get comfortable with the practice. Even just a few minutes a day can make a big difference, so grab your calendar, diary or mobile phone diary and schedule in your daily meditation.  

It is helpful to meditate early in the morning or late at night because the world is quieter at these times.  It all comes down to your daily schedule. For example if you have kids, you may decide to meditate when they go to sleep.

It’s best to always meditate at the same time everyday. This creates balance, and will help you to incorporate meditation as part of your life.

Have you scheduled it and repeated it for the next 21 days?  Yes…..


Practice is important.  It’s a tool you can use to bring yourself back to the present in stressful situations.  The purpose of mindfulness meditation is to become mindful throughout all parts of your life, so that you’re awake, present and openhearted in everything you do.  

Mindfulness meditation isn’t about letting your thoughts wander.  But it isn’t about trying to empty your mind, either.  Instead, the practice involves paying close attention to the present moment – especially our own thoughts, emotions and sensations – whatever it is that’s happening. 

Today’s Challenge – POSTURE 

Sit on a comfortable chair and place a cushion at the base of your back, if necessary, to ensure your spine is straight.  Place your feet firmly on the floor, aligned with your hips and knees.  Imagine that a rod is going through the top of your head and down through your bottom.  You want to feel uplifted when you sit down to meditate.  

Or you may choose to meditate lying down.  Just remember, meditation is not about falling asleep.  I suggest that you place your feet on the ground with your knees up in order to maintain a sense of wakefulness. 

Rest your hands on your lap or drop your hands at your sides and pick them up at the elbow then drop them palms down on your thighs.  This is a natural axis point on which to rest them, providing a better support for your upright spine.  

Alternatively, you can place your right hand on top of your left with your thumbs very lightly touching, resting them on your lap at your navel. Symbolically, the left hand represents wisdom and the right compassion. In this gesture you are bringing the two together.

Let the muscles in your shoulder and back relax. Your shoulders can be pushed slightly back. This establishes a strong back while opening up the front body. There is a touch of vulnerability in this point of posture as we expose our tender heart.

Slightly tuck in your chin.  You don’t want to go so far that you are looking directly down at your lap but you don’t want your head held so far upwards that it may ache.  

Bring a sense of relaxation to the muscles in your face so that your jaw hangs slightly open.

Place the tongue gently up against the roof of your mouth to allow for clear breathing and slow down the swallowing process, which can be distracting. 

REMEMBER IT’S EASY: If you take the time to establish your meditation posture correctly, you’ll find it’s much easier to rest your mind and connect with the object of your meditation.  


I hope you enjoyed this introduction.

Practising Meditation for 21 days may be the most powerful area of growth this month as our own well-being (in body, mind and emotion) is often where we give our power away and expect someone else to save us, fix us, and keep us healthy.

Accepting help and support is different from giving your power away.

Accepting help is acknowledging your vulnerability and taking responsibility for getting support when you need it without expecting someone else to do the work.

Many of us tend to be very undisciplined when it comes to the practices we know will keep us healthy and balanced.

We can blame the environment, our genetics, our dysfunctional childhood, and all the factors that produce stress in our lives, but the bottom line and the position of power is to take responsibility for being co-creators of our reality.

The point of growth this month is a new understanding of how our emotions work and how they are connected to our physical nature as well as our thoughts and beliefs.

Perhaps you feel that you wish to go deeper.

Book a FREE Clarity Call to discover what you will get from my 90-Day Core Transformation Program, where your emotional issues, such as helplessness, fear, frustration, depression, self-destruction etc. will be cleared, just like clearing up your computer’s internal hard drive  


The predominant ‘feeling’ that will lead to where you need to work with me is ‘dissatisfaction’.

To the extent that you are dissatisfied in your life and you have work to do in the emotional realm.

Dissatisfaction often has its roots in disappointment that has its roots in unrealized or unfulfilled expectations.

It is easy to point to something outside of yourself to blame. This leaves you no power to do something about it.

It is more powerful to take responsibility, acknowledge your part, and without judgement decide to change it.

Being empowered by your own sense of responsibility and maturity and taking action is a sure way to get out of the low energy state that accompanies depression and feeling victimised.


What to focus on in July

It’s July, we’re halfway through the year!  It’s time to embrace our imaginations

  1. Ask the right question, such as “What if …

  2. Be open and aware. …

  3. Play and pretend. …

  4. Generate lots of ideas. ..

  5. Make something out of your great ideas

Tuning into our instincts can also be an enriching experience.

  1. Leave your phone at home and just go for a walk in nature, breathe some fresh air and move your body.

  2. Be quiet. …

  3. Do something creative. …

  4. Make space. …

  5. Tune in to how your gut instinct shows up in your body. …

  6. Meditate. …

The video mentions a link for the 21 Day MEDITATION CHALLENGE, which will be available next week.

In July good fortune will favour those who have the courage of their convictions.  Anything which nurtures and flows is worth embracing.  However, there can be some passionate conversations too.  It will be important not to force our viewpoints on others.  Balance your actions with what protects and sustains your sense of security.

Your RED Chakra is all about your stability and security, because it’s all about Survival.  It is situated at the base of the spine.  It represents Self-preservation/Physical identity but it’s Demon = Fear, which can cause this chakra to be blocked or out of balance.





The Secret to Let Go of Fear

“How Does Fear Just Disappear?” I often get asked.

Today I want to help you discover that same understanding for yourself. So that no matter which fear knocks at your door, whether it’s the fear of…

  • Growing old
  • Public speaking
  • Heartache and loneliness
  • Losing someone you love
  • Losing a lifestyle you can no longer afford
  • A looming health crisis
  • A daring career change
  • Speaking up for yourself; or
  • Losing the approval of friends and family

… you will finally know how to meet it in a way that turns it into something permanently valuable for you.

Think for a moment about all the opportunities fear has stolen from you. How many life experiences did you pass up, avoid, or just say “No” to, all on account of fear? How many times did fear push its way into your relationships and wreck something beautiful? How many times has fear stepped in and whispered, “you can’t,” “you’re too old,” “it’s impossible”?

Now, what if there were a way to put fear behind you, to just drop it once and for all? Just think how many new and promising possibilities you’d pick up at the same time! Life would throw open her arms for you! What couldn’t you say? What couldn’t you do? What couldn’t you accomplish?

  • Nothing could stop you from walking up, smiling, and introducing yourself to that person who captivates you.
  • Nothing could keep you from pursuing the dreams and aspirations that call to you.
  • You could stand in front of a group of any size, and speak with relaxed ease and confidence.
  • You would command every room you walk into because you’d enter it without fear of being judged.
  • Growing older would now promise the continual growth of wisdom and character.
  • You could finally stop trying to control your relationships, allowing them to flower naturally without effort.
  • Nothing could force you to compromise what you know is true and good.
  • You could live wisely within your means, and enjoy your life at the same time.
  • You would have no problem saying “I love you” or “I’m sorry” when the moment calls on you to do so.
  • Those projects you’ve been postponing would finally get the attention they deserve.

I firmly believe one of the greatest discoveries an individual could make in his or her lifetime is to learn how to be free of fear.

But how?

The first step is to clear away some common mistakes…

If you want to be free of fear, you first need to realize what doesn’t work (read carefully, this is vital to understand):

  1. Fighting with Fear doesn’t work because it is fear that pushes you into the battle. That means, in the end, fear calls all the shots, even when it feels like you’ve overpowered it (notice how the fear always returns).
  2. Making a Deal with Fear is like making a deal with the proverbial “devil.” So that’s out.
  3. Affirmations and Positive Thinking merely float on the surface. They’re powerless to reach down into the depths where fear is generated.
  4. Hopes and Dreams seem like good choices at first, until you realize that if you look to them to rescue you from a fear, they’re really just empty promises fear projects to keep itself in place.
  5. And Running from Fear… simply is not an option for people who know their time here on earth is to be spent developing something noble in their character.

This leads us to one of the most important lessons about fear you will ever learn:

Anything you do towards a fear — any action you take to battle or overpower it, any thinking you turn to as a way to dispel it, anything at all that you do to find freedom from that fear — does one thing and one thing only: It strengthens the fear.

With that one idea you now know more about fear than over 99.9% of the world’s population.

If you have a fear of failure, undermine your perfectionism and don’t look to others for approval. When you perform a task, and it’s not perfect, instead of focusing on the fault, focus on what you have done well. Big goals are filled with tiny failures; it’s the only way you learn how to do better. There’s always room for improvement, so ask yourself: “Did I do well enough?” 

Ancestral Healing helps in removing the “Fear Program” running on your hard-drive. I cannot stress strongly enough the importance of this healing. If you’re caught in a fearful situation, or if there’s a fear that keeps recurring in your life, don’t hesitate to book with me.



Nikki says ” I feel more self-confident in achieving more than I ever have before. It’s truly a HUGE blessing to have this powerful healing to help me release the fear from my life”.

Are You Creating Memories Your Kids Are Going To Talk About?

In my last blog I shared the story about Rachel and how she felt that parenting was a drudgery and how we turned it around to fun instead.

I also mentioned that I was launching the HUNCH CLUB and that has taken up a huge amount of time and energy. I am on a mission, together with my colleague Lisa, to help as many of you discover the Superpower of your intuition.

Research shows that using intuition helps us make better decisions and gives us more confidence in them. This might surprise people who dismiss intuition as a woo-woo, spiritual concept. In reality, it’s a powerful, scientifically backed skill. Learning to trust your gut can be a competitive advantage in both business and life.

What Is Intuition?


Psychologists define intuition as “immediate understanding, knowledge, or awareness, derived neither from perception nor from reasoning.” It’s an automatic, effortless feeling that often quickly motivates you to act.

As an entrepreneur, I rely on my gut instincts all the time in my work with clients. Part of my job is to bring order and structure to the thoughts and behaviours of others. To do that, I channel my tendencies as a highly sensitive person. I also tap into my intuition, which helps me get to the source of what’s troubling someone –– even if they can’t find the words themselves.

You can experience benefits from honing your intuition. For instance, if you’re giving a speech or presentation, getting a “read” on a room can help you tailor your points so they successfully resonate with your audience. If you’re deep into developing a new product and aren’t sure how to choose between solutions, doing a gut check can steer your creative process in the right direction.

You may be surprised to learn that intuition is a deliberate skill that can be developed. Once honed, it’s applicable in many situations, from helping you choose a career path to making snap judgements under pressure, parenting and much more. If you have a question to be answered or a decision to be made, intuition can help.

As well as organising the launch of the HUNCH CLUB, I ran a fantastic Retreat to Wales too!


“I want to thank Heather for making the retreat such a special and beautiful few days! I am still processing everything and think back to the beautiful bench which was perfect for reading, the sound of the water, the amazing mealtimes, the circles and the labyrinth! My suntan from Wales is quite glam. I tell everyone! The other day I had a lightbulb experience – that I have a massive amount of fear still which stops me. Just witnessing it was fine and being ok with it. But going forward is now so much more meaningful in a way. I learnt that at the retreat”.

Siska R

So with all that happening right now, you may be wondering how I make some time for fun…. 

As many of you know I have 3 kids and 6 grandkids with number 7 arriving next month!
We love having fun with them and each Monday and Thursday I care for my daughter’s 4 year old son, as she chooses to work.
Recently 2 of our grandkids spent a few nights at our home while their Mum and Dad went to view wedding venues abroad.
We have a guest bedroom, but it’s just got a single bed, so we put a blow up mattress in the “nursery” where we have a cot, so they felt uniquely special, camping on the floor!
The mattress was covered with their own duvets from home so they feel comfortable. Whether it’s our granddaughters or grandsons, the room has toys to match their personalities and interests. Small things are placed in the room they like, nothing big or elaborate, just little toys or books.
As the evening comes to a close, we snuggle up to watch a movie with home-made popcorn, then up to bed for a bedtime story. After tickling, and laughing, I tuck them in and count my blessings.

Breakfast has to be “Grandma’s” pancakes with lemon or maple syrup and the juice of their choice, in their favourite Disney cup.  We don’t care about the mess we make as they help put all the ingredients together!

If it’s been a school day, off we go to school, but if it’s the weekend, we go to the nature reserve with the dogs.  It’s about the experience. It’s about listening, watching, and talking with them.

Take a moment and reflect back on what you remember as a child. I’ll bet it’s the experiences, not the gifts. When was the last time you created a memorable experience for your loved ones?

Don’t forget, you spell love, t-i-m-e.

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Fun ways to boost your life

For the past few months I’ve been working with a lovely client and to protect her identity, I’ll call her Rachel.  She came to see me because she felt that life was plain drudgery.

She wasn’t having fun and was blocked to feeling joy. She was feeling guilty and horrible for being the kind of person who could wish that her sweet, brilliant boys would just go away and be quiet for a few minutes, because she just needed a break!  She hated herself because she used to be a highly competent professional with a daily deadline and now she was the kind of person who struggled to cope.

I explained to her that as little kids we’re fun professionals! We know intuitively how to have fun. But as we get older, we get hung up on the idea that joy comes from achievement.

She was focused on achieving being “supermum”and wanted everything to be perfect.

The ironic thing is that she had it totally backwards!

By having fun and leaning toward joy, she could achieve what she wanted much faster and more easily!

Her story is one of the reasons I felt inspired to reach more people and with Lisa, we have created the HUNCH CLUB.

When Rachel came to see me.  She was feeling unwell and her 5-year-old had been having epic meltdowns just before bedtime. His behaviour sent her 4-year-old running away in terror, which then set the 7-year-old on edge, for fear that his slightly OCD nighttime routine was going to be disrupted. “Good times?”, Rachel said to me, in tears. ” Especially when their Dad is working late“.

She was loving being a mum but it certainly wasn’t feeling fun.  More like drudgery!  She had a mound of dirty laundry. She felt that planning, procuring, preparing, serving and cleaning up their meals seems to require about 27 hours a day.

As we worked together over a period of time, Rachel began to feel the joy in life again.  She discovered that there was something very special about holding a her children in her arms, whether they were tired, irritable scared or upset and knowing that she was their source of protection and comfort and love and shelter in the world. We addressed the guilt and anxiety and fear that was holding her back from having more fun.  We addressed her worries for herself, her children’s futures and the state of the world.

But, she came to realise that as parents, she had been given an incredible gift: The chance to once again experience the world by living in the moment.

Now having cleared the blocks in her life and reconnecting to her imagination, as well as meditating daily, she is using her in built intuition.  She honestly can’t imagine mothering her kids and not having fun while doing it. Her creativity now has no bounds and everything’s changed, including the relationship with her husband.

I will be on FACEBOOK LIVE on Thursday 17th May at 10.30am with my lovely colleague, Lisa Michaels, to share with you the fun stuff we’re doing in our “Superpower Workshop” on Saturday 9th June and what’s on the inside of the HUNCH CLUB Membership. It’s on our brand new Facebook Page  CLICK HERE TO LIKE & FOLLOW

Join us and check out how to have FUN along the way to achieving your goals!


Choices, Chances, Changes

Every day we face choices and then we have to live with them.  You may be living with what is called a “karmic hangover” and not even know it.

For example, you may have chosen a career for yourself that doesn’t express your Soul-level gifts and talents. And even though you’re not terribly successful (after all, abundance can only come through congruence to our Divine nature) and you hate your job … you’ve worked very hard. You’ve invested years and years of experience in a specific industry that makes it hard to consider transitioning to a whole new career.

Or you may have chosen to move to a different country because your other half comes from there, but it may have turned out to be a very toxic relationship. The relationship eventually ends but … you end up living there, because of your job and it’s easier to stay than pack up and start all over again.  So you end up living in a place that is essentially just a consequence of a relationship that didn’t work out.

Is the voice inside your head telling you that this is just “what you have to do” to get what you want, and that “it will all be worth it” in the end?

Of course, if the life direction you’ve chosen for yourself is incompatible to your Soul’s nature to begin with, then a great many of the associated choices will be equally incompatible.

The result? You end up living with the consequences of these choices for years, sometimes even for decades. You learn to tolerate. You don’t want to “throw away” the time and effort you’ve invested in a career, a place, a relationship … even if these are and always have been out of alignment to your Divine self-expression.

Of course, we severely limit both our abundance levels and our opportunity for spiritual expansion by choosing, day after day, to  …

  • stay in that job
  • stay in that business idea
  • stay in that degree program
  • stay in that social circle
  • stay in situations that were never an expression of your Soul’s Divine nature to begin with.

It’s a good idea to occasionally take stock.

  • How, exactly, did you end up where you are?
  • How did you choose your home, your career, your relationships, your friends?
  • Were these conscious choices that you truly wanted to make?
  • Or were they choices that you believed inevitable as part of a bigger life direction you chose, a life direction that, overall, perhaps hasn’t created much abundance?

Hitting the karmic “undo” button is actually incredibly easy. All we have to do is make new choices, and we find ourselves in a new karmic pattern, and new circumstances! And if our new choices are more compatible to our Soul’s nature, our circumstances will be more abundant than before.

Of course, hitting the karmic “undo” button takes a bit of effort! We have to actually DO something different from what we’re used to. But it’s not actually “hard.” What FEELS hard is the willingness to let go of what we have, so that we can make room for something more abundant and reflective of our Divine nature. There are parts of our ego that dislike risk, and interpret all change as dangerous.

That’s why it is so helpful to understand which choices will create what consequences … because, of course, a choice that is “negative” for one person is highly positive for another!

This is why we have created the HUNCH CLUB, for you to connect with your intuition which is your built in superpower, so that you know that you’re making the best choices.

The more aware you are, the more powerful your inner compass is.

A great question to ask is: “Given everything I know about myself now … would I make the same choice again, today?”

If the answer is a resounding “no,” then it’s time to course-correct … even if it’s inconvenient. Otherwise you are always going to block yourself from standing in the fullness of your full potential.

So you have a choice now that can change your life. 

Tickets are now available for our Superpower Workshop on Saturday 9th June, where we will share how to connect to your intuition. For the first 20 tickets, put in the code EARLYBIRD and save £40 off of your ticket! 



If you’re unable to come, you have a choice to join the MEMBERSHIP for THE HUNCH CLUB which opens its doors on Monday 4th June!

You will be shown how to connect and align to your inner Superpower, your sacred gift, your intuition.  We offer a simple and effective actionable way to change thoughts, beliefs, emotions, behavioural patterns and mindset, so you can feel greater clarity, happier, more empowered, confident, in flow and create a life you love.