Inner Child Valentine’s Reading 2019

My inner child was really excited to do her first video reading for you. She chose the cards and then shared her messages with me as they came up. The underlying message is deep self-love and self-acceptance. We used the Spirit Animal Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid, The Goddess Guidance Oracle by Doreen Virtue, and The Good Tarot by Colette Baron-Reid. Big Love, ~ Jenny <3

More on Courage

More and more keeps coming up around this idea of courage and of normalisation. Courage itself becomes normalised so that we may not be recognising our own courage when we see it. I was thinking about the collective storylines, too, and how they may define our understanding of what is considered courageous (or not). Acts of sacrifice to protect others may be considered brave and valuable, where more hidden acts of courage may not be. A soldier who gives their life in combat is considered brave, but those left behind who grieve for them are not. A person who climbs a mountain or ‘conquers’ a new territory is celebrated as brave, but a person who deals with mental illness every day and wrangles with the Continue reading More on Courage

The Divine Feminine eats Transformation for Breakfast

Back in July (2016), I was asked by a friend to write a piece about the divine feminine. It took a while for it to come together, and finally a month later, this is what emerged.  It isn’t so much that it was difficult, it was that I was resisting the final piece, the bit that made me go a-ha! and see how it all comes together. I was trying to make it pretty. It was only when I realised that; when I allowed the Divine Feminine’s fierce power to wash over me in waves of ecstatic memory, that the pieces clicked into place. What I wrote wasn’t in line with the compassionate feminine the friend had hoped to see. I understand her reluctance. There Continue reading The Divine Feminine eats Transformation for Breakfast

Relationships A to Z

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This is a shortened version of the full list which can be downloaded as a PDF: The ABCs of Healthy Relationships. Is it really as easy as ABC? Good relationships don’t just happen, they take attention, maturity and a willingness to learn and grow. Relationships are the ultimate mirrors, so it’s never all about the other person, but about what they may be reflecting to you, from within you. And you can choose what you reflect, especially if what you’re seeing is not what you think you want to see. As you read through the list, consider if you embody the things you’d most like in a partner, and if not, is it fair to expect them to meet those needs in you? Consider whether Continue reading Relationships A to Z

The Art of Self-appreciation

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How can you find self-appreciation in a world full of reflections that want you to believe you’re not good enough? It’s important to find it, because it can reduce stress, increase well-being and engender heightened feelings of success. What is healthy self-appreciation? There’s a certain humility and relaxation that comes of confidently, quietly acknowledging your innate talents and gifts, and using them in ways that light your heart. It’s not an ego-driven, vociferous exhortation of all your best assets, followed up by proof in the form of photos, documents and extraordinary testimonials. Start by dropping comparisons. This is a biggie. It’s easy to appreciate yourself when you’re the only one around. It becomes more difficult when someone else enters the picture and suddenly one of Continue reading The Art of Self-appreciation