Lost Something?

Here’s a little helping hand if you’re anything like me, constantly putting things somewhere safe and then never finding them again. At least we know our safe places are really safe! If asking Hermes isn’t your thing, or you don’t feel comfortable with it, there’s also St Anthony who is the patron Saint of lost […]

Animal Instinct.

My dogs run on the hard winter earth, pure enjoyment without thinking of connections or putting down roots and grounding themselves.I watch in awe of their pure joy at running, tumbling and playing.I wonder why we cannot do this. We feel the need to centre ourselves, to breathe, to feel at one with the earth. […]

Synchronicity.

Synchronicities are events connected to one another not by strict cause-and-effect, but by what in classical times were known as sympathies, by the belief that an acausal relationship exists between events on the inside and the outside of ourselves, a crosstalk between mind and matter—which is governed by a certain species of attraction. Jung believed that […]

Embrace the Goddess…

I’m offering up some free experience to you younger ladies and gents out there. I have spent most of my life worrying… am I the right shape, am I kind enough, do people like me, is my hair the right colour… the list goes on and on…  and I know I’m not alone. In fact I […]

Superstition or OCD?

Something I was pondering on as I wrote a short story about superstition and spoke to a friend who believes she suffers from OCD. I wonder if we have just given superstition a new name. I am well aware of the differences between superstition and OCD in the clinical sense but recently I was talking […]

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