Cannabis, Marijuana or Marihuana: a drug by any name . . .
Cannabis is the most commonly used illegal drug in Australia. It comes from the dried flowers and leaves of the plant Cannabis Sativa. Other names for it are marijuana, marihuana, grass, pot, weed, mull, hash, dope...
Esoteric Women's Health Newsletter February 2018
Relationships: we are all in relationships in one form or another every day – how are we in these relationships? Can we be truly open, honest and real with others?
Breast cancer awareness month – is there more to current breast awareness?
Beyond thinking pink there is something women can do that deeply affects our breasts, their quality and our overall health and it’s free: self-nurturing.
REVIEW: The Girl to Woman Festival brings community to Melbourne
April 2018: Plenty of places to chill-out and no one wanting to check out in the Girl to Woman Festival held in Melbourne, Australia in April 2018.
The hand of God
There are many that claim to represent God on earth, but in a world where actions speak louder than words, what action do we see?
‘Debut’ – an album by Miranda Benhayon
Miranda Benhayon’s voice simply compels you to listen as the power and beauty impressed in each song on her album ‘Debut’ opens the way to experience life in a new way. Accompanied by exquisite music and instruments played by Michael Benhayon, each song brings its own experience, flavour and style – a complete package.
Esoteric Women's Health Newsletter January 2018
As we head into 2018 when many make 'New Year's resolutions', we ask the more important question – how can we deepen the commitment to truly caring for ourselves every day?
Internet porn – the ultimate educator for normalising abuse and violence in our relationships
As we determine what intimacy, love and connection means in our society, internet porn has become a global sex education and created a new ‘normal’. Do we want this abuse to infiltrate and influence our children’s lives?
Many get criticised, judged and looked down upon due to being overweight, there’s a stigma and a lack of understanding, however is it possible that these things actually contribute to the global issue of obesity?