We are now in a change of season, my favourite time of year, Spring. How good does it feel to get the T-shirt on for the first time, and feel the sun on your skin? The flowers are blooming, horses malting, people are out and about. As Winter slowly eases away, a new sense of optimism, hope and peace wash over me. I am excited to be working with great teams of people, both at Shambhala and Cobram Chiropractic Centre, and just as I start to contemplate the big questions, um, marketing?…. the clients show up in a steady fashion.
I am grateful for being surrounded by Mentors, teachers and strong humans who kindly hold the torch up for me just a few meters ahead to show me the way, it is as though conversations and situations were just “meant to be!”. I am also grateful for my friends, my soul sisters, and family who are there on this journey with me. Wow, the ideas and realizations that come about while sharing this path and growing together, it’s amazing!
The change of season in weather patterns also reflects how I am feeling in my own healing journey. This is a journey that has taken me on many twists and turns, but finally, through proper diet, following my heart and soul purpose, being surrounded by family, love and also having the means to follow a traditional ancestral nutrient-rich diet and doing a mineral rebalancing program, I feel I am really making headway. Hence, I am really pleased to say, the sun comes out for me personally also.
I also thank the universe for showing me my calling, and that I am able to share my insight with those who are ready for change, because for a long time this was the one thing I really struggled with. I often asked “show me that way dear universe? What is my purpose?” I always knew there was something inside wanting to come out, and I dabbled different things, until FINALLY my prayers were answered. They weren’t answered in the easiest way, but they were still answered. I love the continuous learning and unraveling of new layers….!
I am thrilled with my new website, and the people who have helped me bring it all together, and a special thank you to those who helped me pull it together. These include; Jo Rivers (photography), Rhonda Doyle (photography), Natalie Rebecca Hechtman (copy), Tessa Needham (website) .