by Deirdre Cartmill

Pressure, like a sumo wrestler is sitting on my chest, and this pressure is getting heavier and heavier. The sweat is spreading through me like a tidal wave. I feel nauseous. My body is screaming at me that something is wrong. There’s nothing I can do but sit there, utterly powerless.

by Abby Wynne

Who are you and what are you supposed to be doing while you’re in this body, on this planet? This is the biggest question of all questions that could ever be asked.

by Kate Curtis

I had travelled across the water from Ireland to  Upstate  New York on the East Coast of America to attend a training workshop in Transpersonal  Psychology, involving the use of Holotropic Breathwork.

by Benig Mauger

In Egyptian mythology, there is a story that says that when a person dies, the soul travels to a different dimension to undergo a life review. In that timeless, spaceless realm, the god Anubis places the recently deceased’s astral heart on a scale to weigh it against the feather of truth.

by Bríd Kivneen

In these troubled and incredibly challenging times we are being offered heart-based guidance and wisdom grounded in an ancient indigenous tradition.

by Kosi

The thick mental fog of the genetic mind and ego can generate a sense of foreboding deeply rooted in the terror experienced when you were born into this world.