Being Free of the Past: how forgiveness transformed my life

Being Free of the Past: how forgiveness transformed my life

My sad, small story was my excuse, my justification for not having fulfilled my potential as I thought I should have, for not having stood tall in the world. For not having followed the path that had called my name for years. For failing to live fearlessly and greatly. For not living daringly. For not living authentically. But forgiveness transforms …

Being (the) present on Valentine’s Day

Being (the) present on Valentine’s Day

It’s 14 February. We know what that means don’t we? It’s the day that we all hang out in the hope of receiving a special gift from someone we love. But have you thought about just being (the) present on Valentine’s Day? It doesn’t really matter whether we are in a relationship or not. It can be a […]

Being responsible for our own health: World Cancer Day

Being responsible for our own health: World Cancer Day

You and your loved ones deserve the best health you can have. You deserve to be vibrantly healthy. We all do. And being responsible for our own health is an act of profound self-love. So let’s change the conversation. Let’s stop being victims of cancer. Instead, let’s focus on ensuring the best possible health for us all. Let’s be responsible for our own health.

Being plant-based and healthy in Melbourne

Being plant-based and healthy in Melbourne

It’s just so much easier to be plant-based and healthy in Melbourne these days. There has been a huge shift since I was first inspired to radically change my diet nearly three years ago. More and more people are realising that diet has a huge role to play, both in prevention and cure. We are what we eat. And so here are my favourite 5 plant-based and healthy places to eat … and more.

Being like the Buddha

Being like the Buddha

Bringing the practice of meditation into our lives begins with being like the Buddha. Or at least aspiring to being like the Buddha – still, undistracted by physical sensations and emotions. Just allowing whatever arises to pass away in its own time. And if we absolutely have to move, then we try to do so while maintaining that centre of stillness, that equipoise of the Buddha.