Let food be thy medicine – outdated quote or ageless wisdom?
How powerful are our food choices in influencing the health of our bodies?
Why are our service stations crack houses? And what does sugar do to the brain?
We look at the curious phenomenon of our service (petrol) stations being full to the brim with foods containing highly addictive substances.
Gut instinct – is it true or just your bugs talking?
Have you considered where our ‘gut feelings’ come from – where is their root, and how do they develop?
Easiest gluten free prawn bites
These easy to prepare prawn bites are deliciously light and nourishing and can be enjoyed any time of the day. They work well alongside a gorgeous green salad, with your favourite pesto or dipping sauce. Perfect gluten free finger food for entertaining.
It is never about alcohol
Most drinkers believe a little of alcohol is OK, but is it OK to not be who you truly are?
Vegetarian roast vegetable salad
Replace your roast vegetables with this delicious salad - a combination of all the roast vegetables you fancy with bit of spice and freshness from the rocket and the parsley. Perfect as a side dish to take to a dinner party, or with a Sunday roast.
Self-Care: The essential ingredient to building self-confidence
A psychotherapist shares how self-care has changed her life by building her confidence to be herself in life no matter who she’s with or what she’s doing.
Anxiety in relationships
Are we living with increased anxiety and being oblivious to how this is affecting our relationships?
Quality of presence – reflection
Everything in nature is there to reflect to us the many and varied qualities we are and can expand. What is the quality of our reflection communicating?
Your source of energy as a key to diet and weight loss
Do we choose the source of energy we are choosing to run our body? What if this energy source was the key to weight loss?
Acceptance is the gateway to evolution
In our July 2020 Audio of the Month Serge Benhayon presents the beauty and unfoldment of acceptance and evolution.
Men and change
Change for many men can be difficult. It represents a questioning of how they live their lives and how invested they are in resisting change. The men in this audio provide their perspectives on change and what it exposes for them.
Yoga and the five ingredients from heaven
Discover the true beauty in the word yoga, knowing that this quality of being relates to our everyday lives. Beginning with the quality of Stillness, we discover in this audio how it supports the expression of the Soul in everything we do.
Reincarnation and responsibility; Why this is our dinner table conversation
Why is reincarnation such a taboo subject for dinner table conversation? Could it be that its true purpose holds an uncomfortable responsibility for us all?
Reflecting on alcohol consumption
When you have friends who don’t drink when you do, what feelings arise? Read one man’s experience of what makes us uncomfortable when another makes a healthy choice.
Almond and brazil nut balls
Highly nutritious, these tasty sweet nut balls are a treat for any occasion and they are free of refined sugar. They can be made as a batch and kept in the fridge for your visitors, if the family doesn’t find them first!
Fresh herbs, cucumber and chilli dip
Lovely summer dip that works with everything or even as a cold soup.
Chicory with lemon, garlic and parsley
These simple ingredients create a memorable flavoursome experience that is lovely served straight from the pan or at room temperature.
Diced fennel lamb
This is one of those simple high impact recipes that we all appreciate having in our repertoire. Nutritious and very grounding if life feels a bit hectic. A super delicious yet simple lamb dish.
Introductory Gentle Breath Meditation®
Yummy Gentle Breath Meditation®
Beating Anxiety Gentle Breath Meditation®
Conscious Presence Gentle Breath Meditation®
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Francis Bacon: his Divine Livingness
In Renaissance England, Francis Bacon worked for James I as Lord Chancellor (1618), the top position of government in the realm. How did he manage to live in an immensely grounded way, earthing the Light of Hierarchy, within the corrupt and duplicitous echelons of state?
Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Unveiling the invisible world of spirits
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s first play about the invisible world of spirits and forces, hilariously and powerfully exposes the absurdity of our operating under the influence of their drama without ever questioning the source of the created chaos.
The question of gender in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
In his bitter-sweet comedy Twelfth Night, Shakespeare exposes the illusions we hold around love and gender – illusions which actually set us up to keep true Love at bay.
Why we bring conscious presence to the eyes in Esoteric Yoga
The eye area may be just a small part of our body, but when you consider how much of life is seen, clocked, received or projected from our eyes they have a massive impact on how and what we experience as our day to day lives. Explore with this experiential video…