Snow pea, sugar snap and green bean salad
A fresh dairy free accompaniment to any meal. Can be served hot or cold depending on your preference (and the weather!). Sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E and add a mild nutty flavour to make it more filling as a side or snack than most salad recipes. Try adding them raw or lightly toasted.
Kale, pumpkin and protein muffins
Anytime of the day these flavoursome gluten free muffins are hugely versatile and can be taken with you when you are on the go. Super easy to prepare, delicious and the added bonus is you feel nourished and complete after having them as well.
Why are we so reactive?
Description of the energetic process when we choose to respond from our hearts instead of reacting from our defences
Let's challenge the time tyrant
The best stress management tool is creating an honest working environment where good relationships create motivation and quality productivity.
Your best medicine?
Love is something that we all crave; we all want to be loved and to love back in return. Could love be our best medicine?
Giving up – The why behind it all
Why do we often feel given up on life? This article explores some reasons why many of us want to give up.
Before and After My Anxiety
I have come a long way with my anxiety. It was such a part of my identity that I didn’t know if it was possible for me to let it go, I thought it was who I was. But I’m realising now that not only is it possible, but so much more than that is possible.
The impact of the human voice
Our Audio of the Month for August 2020 looks at the subject of abuse and how we can feel physically knocked by words.
The childbirth journey: From poor mental health to enjoying fatherhood
Mental health problems are becoming increasingly common amongst men in the perinatal period. What are some of the factors that add pressure on new fathers, and how can things be turned around?
How yoga supports the body in everyday life
Do you often find yourself rushing from one thing to another, yet feel like you’re never quite getting enough done? Or possibly strive to get things done to feel better about yourself?
Astral – Maya, Glamour & Illusion
Find out why it is so essential to understand what Astral energy is and how to free yourself from its seductive and harmful grips.
Tick tock tick tock: time = tension
As I cast my eyes back over the many years of my life, it is now so very clear that one of the biggest triggers of tension in my life has been time and my relationship with it.
OCD or the real me
When I was eleven a lot was going on in my life including serious illness in my family, and I also started senior school. Soon after I started compulsively washing my hands in every break, for the whole break.
The joy of rediscovering the true meaning of the word ‘Joy’
Cleansing, light and refreshing, this healthy green smoothie will leave you and your body feeling nourished and ready for the day. A delicious and nutritious drink as it is, or use it as a base and add any of your favourite ingredients.
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.
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…