•  “Who could be so lucky? Who comes to a lake for water and sees the reflection of the moon.” Jalal al Din Rumi This is the root of trusting your intuition over your rational mind… Last summer I took part in two Vision Quest. Both times I went out with expectations of what I should do, how I should act and what I should feel. Both times I was reminded that it is only when
  • Don’t be so nice to me, I fall in love so easily Waylon Jennings Common dating advice is to play hard to get but scientific research on the psychology of love suggests otherwise. The key point here is: Reciprocal Liking. The perception of how the other feels is KEY in deciding whether to engage in a relationship. This is not gender specific, men just as women need these indicators.  Of course the first step is
  • “Anyone can become angry-that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way-this is not easy.” Aristotle Whoever was I angry with to the right degree at the right time for the right purpose and in the right way?? In truth, probably no one! I was discussing anger with a client today and how so often anger
  • Have you noticed how your mood and energy levels shift with the seasons? I can always trace my slower pace to Mabon, the day of the Autumn Equinox and my faster pace to Ostara, the Spring Equinox. If, like me, you are living in a western Urban environment you are probably discouraged from responding to the earth’s cues by the continuous pace that modern life demands and the amenities that allow us to keep living
  • I was really excited to talk to Nour Maurice from one of the best vegan spots in London, Wild Food Cafe about food and nutrition. Nour is a chef and head teacher at their training school and she is passionate about eating for health. We talked about lots of things from food and immunity to food and good mood. Naturally I was particularly interested in the relationship between food and anxiety, we talked about the