We are all here on this earth to learn a specific lesson. Like a special recipe concocted in the stars and implanted in our tiny developing foetus.
This is a famous Buddhist parable that addresses the inevitably of grief and loss in our lives.
Somewhere inside this wonderful device called a telephone lived an amazing person: her name was “Information Please.”
As a society that is more connected than ever, why are so many of us feeling alone? Here are four types of alienation and how to manage each of them.
A Chinese fable that helps us see life just a little more clearly.
Alas, we have made it. The year of chaos comes to an end. Here’s what 2020 taught me.
“For what it’s worth… it’s never too late, or in my case too early, to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you’re proud of, and if you’re not, I hope you have the courage to start over again.”
When you have decades of
learning and leaving and loving
sewn into the corners of your eyes.
Transpersonal art therapy is a recognised form of therapy that uses art as a language to express our innermost thoughts, emotions and feelings. It merges psychology, creativity and spirituality in a counselling context.
October is Mental Health Month here in New South Wales. Join in for an evening of meditation, art and connection.