A time to sit in stillness, a time to heal.

This is a difficult and strange time for many, a time of uncertainty, worry, fear, anger a resistance towards the unknown. A global pandemic hyped up by every major news outlet, social media platform and radio station. People are really scared, the bubble has been burst in a society where we seem to have a… Continue reading A time to sit in stillness, a time to heal.

Healing the inner child

I was 4 years old, sitting in my new classroom learning and discovering lots of new things. I had gently rested my head and arms on the table as the teacher read a story to the whole class. I drifted deep into my own thoughts trying to figure out how I got here? What is… Continue reading Healing the inner child

Why pharmaceuticals are not the answer in finding the path back to true health reclamation.

Why does modern medicine namely pharmaceuticals fail in making chronic illness's better? Firstly we have to understand the reasons we got sick. When we take a look at how we have evolved over time we can see that we have been primed as a commodity. We go through an education system that grooms us for… Continue reading Why pharmaceuticals are not the answer in finding the path back to true health reclamation.

Feeling overwhelmed?

I even to this day still go through phases of overwhelm particularly when I am not only juggling a lot physically but even more so when I am consuming a lot mentally and emotionally. When I become overwhelmed I become fatigued and I get air hunger, the longer it continues. I consume so much mental… Continue reading Feeling overwhelmed?

Reconnection to self brings reconnection to health

Reconnecting with ourselves is not something we should do but more something we must do in order to restore health in both the mind and body. The medical model that we have today is based on "reductionism" where all our issues can be explained A to B, cause, and effect, and based upon dualism, that… Continue reading Reconnection to self brings reconnection to health

Heal the mind, heal the body.

In her book, You Can Heal Your Life, Louise Hay asks her readers to imagine they’re in line at a cafeteria, or a buffet in a luxurious hotel, where instead of dishes of food, they are presented with dishes of thoughts. You get to choose any and all the thoughts you wish, and these thoughts… Continue reading Heal the mind, heal the body.

Lychee’s

Lychees are a rich source of vitamin C and B-complex which help to boost the immune system, protect against inflammation, and aid the body in metabolizing carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Lychees contain a compound called oligonol which has powerful anti-viral properties and are highly beneficial for those suffering from colds, flu, fever, swollen glands, or… Continue reading Lychee’s

Carrots!

Rainbow Carrots, so beautiful! πŸ₯• Carrots are a quick liver refueling source of glucose that’s attached to minerals and vitamins. When carrots are eaten raw, they’re higher in antiseptic phytochemical compounds that inhibit the growth of unfriendly microorganisms. Carrots also help to lower blood pressure, reduce edema, relax muscles, steady nerves, and balance cognitive function.… Continue reading Carrots!

How simplifying our life and turning down the noise can be beneficial in restoring balance in the mind and body.

When I began my own journey back to wellness, I realised not long after, that in order to give myself a fighting chance I needed to take time out from life as I knew it. I needed to reconnect to myself and find out who I really was and re-assess what was important to me.… Continue reading How simplifying our life and turning down the noise can be beneficial in restoring balance in the mind and body.

Sensitivity and the Thyroid

One of the very first things my doctor informed me of was that over 90% of her patients with an autoimmune condition were highly sensitive. That comment stuck with me for a long time and encouraged me to dig a little more and do some of my own research. It turned out that I too… Continue reading Sensitivity and the Thyroid