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Calming the Storm: How Discovering Meaning Can Change Your Life

About This Program

This program offers daily ways for you to overcome difficult situations, to help you to find the WHY that will energize and animate your life. In finding your own WHY, in discovering your meaning and your purpose, your pain will be lessened. You will discover ways to unfold meaning, as well as a personal calling through tasks that you can fulfill, relationships that you can strengthen and enrich, and attitudes that you can develop and cultivate.

This practical, inspiring, and potentially life-changing program will take you step by step through a process towards a more fulfilled and enriched working and personal life.

Some of the benefits:

It’s fast: Daily 2 to 3 video minutes a day over 30 days – each day a different story, lesson, and small action on discovering meaning and purpose.

It’s fun: Each video contains a story, lesson, and action from me.

It works: People experience an average 46% improvement while taking the Program – and that data is tracked and available for you.

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I AM AN ENERGY WORKER!! Say it Loud and Say it Proud.

It's A Blissful Life!


I’m an Energy Worker.  I’ve been trying to make this a proclamation for quite some time, but it always felt more like a confession.  I have always walked a fine line between woo-woo and the realms of cold-hard, logical facts.  I have worried so much about offending people with my woo-wooness that I actively try to find “logical” ways to define what I do.  I make excuses or utter my findings in a wish-washy way, as if I am uncertain and asking for forgiveness.  After all, a majority of what I deal in is intuitive or unseen and only felt by those who are sensitive.

I love massage, I do.  It is very beneficial for a variety of reasons, but I only “got into it” because I felt it would validate what I felt called to do and that is energy work. Now I realize that massage contains a little…

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A Story About Giving, Sacrifice and Finding One’s Happiness in Others: The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Kindness Blog

This wonderful story is considered, by some, as a metaphor for how nature keeps giving and giving and giving to us and we keep taking and taking and taking from her, ruthlessly and mercilessly.

There are also other interpretations of the story’s ‘message’, but either way, it is an eye-opener, delivered in a gentle fashion…

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Once there was a tree and she loved a little boy.

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

And every day the boy would come and he would gather her leaves and make them into crowns and play king of the forest.

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

He would climb up her trunk and swing from her branches and eat apples. And they would play hide-and-go-seek. And when he was tired, he would sleep in her shade. And the boy loved the tree very much. And the tree was happy.

The Giving Tree by Shel SilversteinThe Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Time went by. And the boy grew older. And the tree was often alone.

Then one day…

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Venue for Reiki Training


Dear All, this is an update to let you know that I have found a suitable venue for the Reiki training, in the Southern Peninsula. Please let me know when you might be interested on a weekend: Saturday or Sunday and I will make a venue booking. Please give me 2 – 3 weeks notice of your interest. Many thanks. I look forward to meeting and teaching you.

Looking for a Venue in the Southern Peninsula of Cape Town

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This looks like an amazing space to perhaps offer Reiki training Arura Reiki Centre in the future or mindfulness meditation. I have inquired about rates:http://www.gumtree.co.za/…/person…/1001205342920910015608509 Does anyone know of similar spots in the Cape South Peninsula? Sea image taken by Carol Knox on Fish Hoek beach February 2015.