Love is all around us if we see, hear and feel it
When we are looking for others to love us back ‘our way’ we often actually miss the fact of love being expressed all around us.
Egg and vegetable sushi
These egg and raw vegetable sushi rolls are taste bombs, as well as being a brilliant way to bring everyone together in the kitchen to get creative making different rolls to suit everyone’s tastes.
The simplicity of true intimacy
Is intimacy something that is confined to the bedroom? Or can true intimacy include much more than this? Every day offers an opportunity to connect with people all around us. Intimate moments are something we can share with many people.
Sex vs making love – is there a difference?
Is it possible to make love without having sex? Can you make love all day long? ... And what does a ‘healthy’ love life actually look like? Kyla* doesn't hold back in this cutting edge article on the topic.
“Souvenirs of Love” – what is love truly and what is keeping us from living it?
Our natural state of being is Love. So why are we insisting on holding on to hurts, making them more important than living who we truly are.
Love is Love: Gender and the truth in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night is a dark, bittersweet comedy about Love. Shakespeare pulls the plug on the folly of human behaviour that we subscribe to when it comes to gender, love, and desire . . . all of which we have imagined love to be but which actually sets us up to keep love at bay.
Beyond Valentine’s Day
Scratch beneath the surface of Valentine's Day and there is a desert of broken hearts and smashed lives – is this love?
Love, the greatest medicine of all
Could love be the missing piece at the heart of all the pain and suffering and illness in the world? And could reconnecting to that love be the greatest medicine of all?
What hurts more than the hurt?
This person did this or that and we got hurt by it. Our February 2024 Audio of the Month, reveals that the damage and hurt may be something else altogether.
The evil of tolerance
In our January 2024 Audio of the Month find out why tolerance is not the good thing that we have been sold it is, but something that is harmful.
Can you imagine being a star?
Can you imagine being a star? Do you love looking at the social media of famous people? This article explores the ‘other’ side of the glamour of acting.
‘Out of the mouths of babes’ – the wisdom inherent in all children
What is our responsibility in a child’s education? In this illuminating article, Liane Mandalis shares the beauty inherent in all children when we allow our children’s innate wisdom to shine through.
Is your yoga practice leaving you empty?
How is it that we can keep our body active in a yoga practice yet find our focus drawn to ‘what is wrong’ rather than enjoy a nurturing enrichment from our movements?
The perfectionism monster
The common depiction of a woman is someone who can meet the wants and needs of everyone around her with perfection. But do such superwomen actually exist – or are we missing a key part of what makes up the whole woman?
Does life really have to be so complex?
OMG… I got it wrong again!
Imagine if Fleming, the person who discovered penicillin, had thrown out his mouldy petri dish, thinking he had done his experiment wrong!
Refreshing quinoa salad
Light, high in protein and quick and simple to make, this feast of a salad becomes a staple accompaniment or makes a great lunch on its own.
Crispy corn ribs
These colourful crispy corn ribs are a welcome addition to any meal with the sweetness of the corn balanced brilliantly by the chilli. Perfect for a BBQ too.
Crispy seabass on a bed of butternut squash and cavolo nero
A brilliant recipe to share … have fun with the presentation, releasing your inner chef with some stacking and layering.
Banana, chia seed and nut smoothie
A sweet and creamy nourishing smoothie that will light up any breakfast, brunch or lunch.
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Life can be our medicine
Watch this short video about how we can support our mental health by learning to care for ourselves and choosing a healthy lifestyle.
A classic, simple and adaptable tapenade with a zing of lemon and pepper that will bring a little ray of sunshine to raw vegetables or fish.
Rightsville is no place we wanna be
Being stuck in who’s ‘right and wrong’ in our relationships is a cold painful way to live and let’s be honest, not the life we really want to be living. We all want warm, cooperative, truthful, loving relationships: let’s look at a way out of those stuck positions and express more with more love.
A personal account of addictions
Deborah McBride shares how she healed her drug and alcohol addiction. Why is that we reach out for something outside of us to dull ourselves from what life brings and we think we cannot cope with: why are alcohol and drugs such an enticing option and how do we kick addiction to the kerb?