In my small, home based salon I offer very special, non-cosmetic hair appointments. I love working with the power of the moon, manifestation and relaxation. Moon cycle hair treatments started with a handful of customers having their hair cut on a particular phase of the moon. It didn't take long for people to realise that working in sync with la lunar adds power to your hair growth! Popularity grew so much, I now have a long wait list for appointments on the new, waxing, full and waning moon. This is the info for moon cycle treatments and how I explain what they involve...
Spring is approaching. It's becoming time to birth a new. I feel the seeds germinating inside me. The light of clarity is beginning to break through the darkness. Dawn is on it's way. Since autumn, the darkness fell on my life as much as it did the earth. I spent summer manifesting and enjoying the… Continue reading My spring awakening
I am sat at my computer, ready to write. I have no plan, no idea and nothing in my mind to express. I am typing with my fingers although, the consciousness flows from my mind. So these ideas must come from somewhere? You could say, the words are breathing from my subconscious, through into the… Continue reading subconscious birthing
Spiritual ego and the shadow self Ego. When it comes to spirituality, ego can be the hardest concept to grasp. As such a loaded concept, attached to complicated feelings, ego can be a trickster. It exists within the shadow part of ourselves, the most difficult to face. While this is true, particularly as we move… Continue reading Spiritual ego and the shadow self
Women ancestors In Halloween circle, we meditated with the drum. I went into trance and my nanny Louisa came and showed me all the ladies on Grandad Franks side. She showed me, Galdis, Daisy, Lillian and pointed out Margie (she is living). She also pointed out Aunt Rose, her own sister. I felt she pointed… Continue reading My Ancestors
"Mahalo" is a Hawaiian word meaning thanks, gratitude, admiration, praise, esteem, regards, or respects. Following the extraordinary week I have experienced, I’d like to start by giving thanks and gratitude to everyone involved in the events up on Mauna Kea. I feel the intense pain of the Hawaiian people. The pain for their land, their ancestors and deities. The… Continue reading Mahalo Hawaii!
I have been called to write about Hawaii today. The Hawaiian phrase, ‘Mana’o’, means to think, consider or ‘thought/idea’. Two key events have triggered mana’o within me, both close to my heart. Over the past week, protectors of the land have been blocking access to Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano on the island of Hawaii.… Continue reading Mana’o -to think, consider