We have passed the half way point of the year, Solstice and the shortest day/night here in the southern hemisphere, the point where we begin the journey back to warmer months and the light. The first half of this year has been every bit a challenge as the infamous 2018, it just seems to get more hectic as we are asked to grow in ways unfathomed.
Anyone who has embarked on the bumpy road to healing on any level knows the saying ‘dealing with your shit’ So this was what was going through my mind as I positioned myself atop of ‘Libbie’ a sleek beige top end ‘open system’ colonic hydrotherapy machine.
With 20 years of practice behind her and 15 years in the Wakatipu region, Nikki Sainsbury is a name which is recognizable and whom many have either seen for treatment or at least heard about, so I was very pleased to recently collaborate with Nikki…
A delicious Soul warming recipe for a drink which is perfect to share with your tribe around a fire as we welcome cooler Autumn nights. Put the challenge out there and have your friends all make a batch then get together to try different versions. A great excuse to get together before the less sociable months of Winter are upon us!
As we enter into the season of Autumn here in Spiritual Seekers home of Arrowtown, we are reminded to take stock of ourselves and prepare for the colder months ahead. We slow down and start to dig out the woolly hats and scarves. The trees are ablaze with layers of rust golds, fiery oranges and deep plum reds.
On a watery piscerian New Moon, as rain fell steadily on an Autumn eve I left the comforts of home and headed to Studio Sangha where I had promised myself I would go out into the wet wet night and honor the New Moon….