Category: Spirit

What is the HPA axis and why you Should Care

The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis is a feedback system connecting your brain to your adrenal glands – the latter of which produce adrenaline, noradrenaline and the stress hormone cortisol in response to how you are experiencing your world. But what does that mean exactly? Stress physiology 101  Put simply, if...
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Beginning the Practice of Seated Meditation

The word meditation conjures up images of serene individuals in contemplative seated positions and the promise of a future life of peace and bliss. With ongoing research continuing to support the benefits of a regular mediation practice for everything from stress management to improvements in cognitive function then it’s...
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Body of Light Meditation

This is an expansive guided visualisation that can be learned and practiced as a meditation to expand the spirit connection to the wider universe.  You may like to record it on your phone or other device to play back, and is authorised by me for your personal use in...
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Walking the talk

It’s probably obvious that being congruent is an optimal way of being but I have found that it can be difficult to be authentic in myself when surrounded by so many different ideals, all of which seem reasonable. The experience of health and wellbeing is both my passion and...
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When the path ahead is unclear

Recently I’ve been wondering again where I am going. It’s one of those huge life questions that can be approached from different directions both literally and philosophically. I have a long history of wondering where I am going evident from my life so far living in different countries and...
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Introduction to Holistic (Energetic) Kinesiology

Holistic Kinesiology is a non-invasive communication and therapeutic system that utilises specific gentle muscular biofeedback techniques to identify patterns of stress in an individual’s physical, biochemical, emotional, or energetic aspects and bring your awareness to these imbalances. Stressors identified using western muscle monitoring techniques can then be corrected using a...
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