From ancient times dreams have been recognised as putting us in touch with the wider universe – both without and within ourselves. Empires and battles have been won or lost because of the belief in the power of dreams.Dreams come from the deepest part of ourselves – the part that is connected to what is called the “collective unconscious” or “universal mind” that exists in all of us.
We simply cannot process all of the billions of messages we receive from everything and everyone around us – our conscious minds cannot multi-task to that extent! However, the unconscious mind can perceive all that is happening….and store the information, in case you may have need of it.
Living Your Dream(s)
If you think dreams are just a result of a dodgy dinner, you could be right!
However, if you look at your dreams as a way of the wider world helping you to focus on on the matters that are most beneficial to you (or conversely, avoid those things, people and places that are not good for you!), you’re missing out on a great opportunity to actually live the life that is best suited for who you are!
But I Don’t/Can’t Remember My Dreams
This short video will provide some useful information about a simple system that helps you to harness the power of your dreams.
Over the last several months – in fact since I went on a retreat to Morocco last November – I have learned to trust myself even more and take chances when they come along to make my dreams come true.
When You’re Clear….You Can See the Doors
As a result of a correction of my own thinking – and clarifying of my goals – doors that I didn’t even know were closed to me have opened. The universe truly will give you what you desire providing that it is: 1) right for you and 2) you are clear what you choose to manifest. If you’re muddled, how can the universe be clear about what to give you?
Why Taking a Chance is Vital
Taking a chance means that you need to know yourself and what truly makes your heart sing….and being observant when the universe presents opportunities that will lead you to your heart’s desire.
In the short video below I share some thoughts as to why taking chances in life are vital; I also share some news that resulted from my taking a chance when an opportunity came along!
Why its important to take your chances when they appear
I’ve been talking for weeks about how going on a women’s retreat back in November of last year has changed my life significantly since returning to the UK – wonderful changes such as the invitation to be interviewed on my work as a therapist and healer for the pilot episode of the Vitality Show.by Dr Gill Barham, one of the co-hosts (along with Dr Marina Nani).
As it happens, Gill is one of my fellow WHYse women and reached out to give a hand to a new colleague — and I’m so glad she did!
The short video below talks about the experience of being interviewed for the show and about the people who attended the event.
Colours are amazing things — they not only enhance the beauty of the world, but can actually have an impact on our moods and our reactions to others.
See that Lady with the Red Dress On…..?
Did you know that some blind people are so sensitive to the various vibrations of different colours that they can tell them apart?
It makes me think twice about a story I read in Ray Charles’ autobiography; his song “What I Say” has a line that goes, “See that lady with the red dress on….” and his band members asked how on earth could he tell the woman in question wore a red dress….Ray Charles simply asked, “well DID she have a red dress on?” The band members agreed, and shook their heads, not understanding how a blind man was actually able to tell what someone was wearing!
Perhaps he felt the vibration of the colour red – we’ll never know, but it’s an intriguing thought!
Colour Your World, Colour Your Life
The short video below explains how to bring more colour into your life, brightening your surroundings and your mood!
Aromatherapy is not just about “nice smells” and relaxing in the tub — though both are nice! Aromatherapy is recognised around the world as a means to support health and wellbeing – from Lavender essential oil pumped through Japanese hospitals for pain relief to oils being used to work with wounded animals in the African bush.
I had the privilege of working with a client in her last days – and the following video talks about the experience of how aromatherapy helped ease her last days of life.