All posts tagged: love

Embracing our Star Origins

A little while ago we both had Divine Blueprint Soul Profile’s done by the amazing Susan Walling: kinesiologist, healer, transformation specialist, and all round sparkly, joy-filled, beautiful, light-worker soul. For both of us it has been one of the most freeing and empowering experiences of our lives so we wanted to share this with others. Personally, for the first time ever I (Anna) feel like the fog around wondering: where I’m really from, why I feel a bit alien and what I’m here to do, has lifted completely. I now have the answers to all those questions because I know exactly where my soul energy originated (Pleiadian), explaining many quirks and traits that I considered faults I needed to work on (impatience, *just do it* attitude (jump first think later), good at the big picture but not so good at the details etc). This knowledge has not only helped each of us fully embrace our true nature but has helped us both understand, accept and embrace one another more fully too. The things that used to irritate us about one another no longer do, …

You are a reality-creator

We (LJ and I) often find ourselves meditating on and discussing topics such as the nature of reality because, instinctively, we feel that this is intrinsically linked with unlocking and re-harnessing our true power as creators of reality. What is reality? We can’t answer that question with any degree of scientific certainty (we are not scientists) and neither can our modern day scientists, but our personal intuitive sense aligns with the view point put forward by the founding father of quantum theory, Max Planck and pioneering physicist Sir James Jean: “I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness.” ~ Max Planck “The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter, we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter. Get over it, and accept the inarguable conclusion. The universe is immaterial-mental and spiritual.” ~ Sir James Jean What we feel and sense to …

100% Responsibility

Recently, a beautiful friend of mine gave me an article which posed the question: “What would the world look like if everybody took 100% responsibility for everything within their realm of experience?” On first posing myself this question my inner voice arced up immediately and indignantly: “Don’t be silly Anna, remember how you have an over-inflated sense of responsibility as it is…how can you possibly take responsibility for what other people do! You’re only responsible for yourself!” Logically speaking that voice was making complete sense, because how can we possibly hold ourselves responsible for everyone and everything merely because it is in our sphere of awareness, but then another little inner voice said quietly, “but we’re all one and this is our collective creation“. As a note of caution here, I think it’s important to clarify the difference between: taking 100% responsibility for what goes on inside of you vs feeling responsible for how other people feel. These two things are very different because the former is about self-love and healing yourself whilst the latter is about not being differentiated from others and wanting …

Something a bit different for Mother’s day

We love thoughtful, nurturing products made with love, so here are a few of our current favourites which we reckon are sure to put a smile on any mama’s face (^_^) Handmade Wooden Mandala Wall Hanging (Teal) by The Archer Collective Heart Flower Essence Spray by MK Wellbeing Oracle Cards by The Little Sage Love Mandala Ring by The Fifth Element Life Happy Mama Affirmation Cards by Happy Mama Love Mandala Mug by Lemon Canary Wings Scarf by Shovava Love Tea by Lemon Canary Happy shopping! Anna & LJ xxx

Thank you 33, hello 34!

I’m turning 34 tomorrow and before welcoming in a new birth year I started to think about my year of 33. It has been a pretty amazing year of growth and transformation where I finally felt like my true self. I must admit I’m still growing (aren’t we all) but, unlike other years, this year I decided to pull my socks up and do more deep work on myself so I would finally emerge from my cocoon. I realise that, up until this point I’ve been literally hiding; hiding from writing blog posts in case they sounded strange, hiding from being creative in case I didn’t produce something beautiful and hiding from acknowledging that my spiritual side is a big part of who I am. So the year of 33 was spent nurturing myself, my toddler and my sweet unborn child.