Choosing our way out of depression
One person’s experience with depression — How they found their choices resulted in depletion and therefore depression, and how they made choices that supported them out of it.
Enjoy these chicken pancakes for a light lunch or supper served with fresh green salad. Also handy for packed lunches. These gluten free pancakes will be a winner with all the family. Our picture shows the chicken pancake with fresh basil added and chilli flakes - Yum!
Mini egg white omelettes
A unique take on a savoury canapé to add to your repertoires, this dairy free omelette recipe makes perfect party food. A versatile recipe that can support a variety of different toppings.
Reviewing, reflecting and appreciating our choices
Tanya Curtis discusses the benefits of reviewing, reflecting and appreciating all our deposits, choices, investments and outcomes.
Video game addict
A personal account of the damaging effects of being addicted.
This is an interesting take on depression which occurs when our expectations are not met. The way out of depression is self-care.
Reaction versus response
Description of the energetic process when we choose to respond from our hearts instead of reacting from our defenses
The classroom of life
Tanya Curtis explores our two key roles of being a forever student and a forever teacher of life in what she calls the classroom of life.
Junk food: giving something up or letting it go?
The difference between trying to give something up or just letting it go is huge. It’s something we all come to experience and would be great to master
A meditation to breathe your own breath
To breathe our own breath we must first choose to be gentle and thus choose the quality of breath that will breathe us. Then and only then can we actually begin to connect to the inner-heart and who we truly are
Demonstrating his dedication to truth, Siddhārtha Gautama, the Buddha, embarked upon discovering the nature of reality. His commitment and dedication to that path offer us much to consider in our daily life and offer a way to arise above the turmoil of everyday existence.
Same sex relationships part 1 – first realisations
In this first of a series of interviews, three same sex couples discuss growing up gay and other insights into their formative years and experiences in relationships.
What is Esoteric Yoga?
Esoteric Yoga develops the quality that becomes the movement that you will magnify throughout your body.
What I learned from a vulnerable man
Why are men afraid to show their vulnerability? Is it because they are in fear of it being rejected, or is it that it has not been well received in the past by society or even a partner? Read on to discover one woman’s view about men and their less seen vulnerable side.
Assessments and true education
Does the way we currently assess our children in school support them to know who they truly are?
Re-incarnation and Karma – punishment or ultimate love?
What if all that we do, say and think in this life, leaves a trail which, if not true or if harmful to others in any way, and or is disharmonious to the universe in general, needs to be re-balanced via the Law of Karma and Reincarnation?
Marinated chicken in pesto and pepper
This chicken dish is a great combination of flavours, succulent and tender with a zing and kick the longer you marinate it for. Like a good curry the flavours are stronger the next day, making it delicious as leftovers.
Lamb soup ‘frikase’
Enjoy this lemony lamb soup, based on a traditional Greek Easter ‘fricassee’; it will bring the warming flavours of the Mediterranean into your kitchen.
Almond, chia and sunflower butter
Adding seeds for a boost of vitamins and minerals makes this a nutritional creamy spread – a great twist on nut butter that can be enjoyed by all the family. Beware, it may not last long!
Green papaya kelp noodle salad
This super delicious recipe with exotic flavours is one that will get the table talking. The tang, crunch and spices will be savoured in every mouthful.
Introductory Gentle Breath Meditation®
Yummy Gentle Breath Meditation®
Beating Anxiety Gentle Breath Meditation®
Conscious Presence Gentle Breath Meditation®
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How do we break the cycle of our ill-eating habits?
Food cravings, poor eating habits? Is it a lack of willpower? Time to get honest about food.
Serge Benhayon TV – Movement Over Matter
The phrase ‘mind over matter’ has been bandied around for centuries, but has the truth of ‘movement of matter’ ever been considered?
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.