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When You Feel Like You Can’t Go On by Dr Dain Heer

There’s been a lot in the media lately about the increase of suicide. Most of us know at least one person who has talked about ending their lives. Some of us know someone who actually has. Maybe there have been times in your own life where you felt like you could not go on. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, divorce, loss of a loved one or any other challenge that you face, something else is pos ...

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Being an Empath – Gift or Curse? By Brett Barry

"I'm confused.. why am I feeling like this?" "I can feel other people's physical, emotional, mental and spiritual vibrations around me. I am so drained I need to sleep." Does this sound like you? Empaths find themselves experiencing life through other people's emotions. We can feel physical, mental and emotional vibrational energy of others. We are always finding other people's moods oozing into our own exp ...

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Self-Love Sustainability

WORDS Emily Steckelbruck PHOTO Mik Lavage A self-confessed lioness, Toni Childs is an example of self-love made manifest in today’s world. As we settle in for our interview with fresh cups of tea, there is a profound contrast of powerful energy intertwined with an intrinsic soft, feminine essence that surrounds this Emmy winner and three-time Grammy nominated recording artist. Toni has secured her place in ...

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Too Big for Your Boots Column

Create, succeed...And don’t expect others to be happy for you! In Australia, we don’t often like to talk about our creations. “Talking yourself up”, “being full of yourself” or “being up yourself” are the ways people will often describe us if we do start to declare any personal successes, unless of course you’re a sporting legend or rock star :) There is a big difference though between narcissism (which is ...

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Love, Truth and Conscious Coupling by Raelene Byrne

Over the last few years the words of consciousness, awareness, presence and ‘beingness’ have crept into conversations and life choices in all walks of life. The collective energy field is pulsing and offering a new way of living to all who hear the call. One of the areas where change is rapidly required is in relationships. People are wanting deeper, richer connections, more meaningful conversations, walkin ...

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Life Sensing Technology is here… by Paul Ross

Say hello to HELO. Wearable technology is vastly becoming a household trend, with brands like Fitbit, Apple, Samsung and Garmin now being sold in virtually every major store in the world. But there’s a new kid on the block, and Fox News says the HELO LX will be one of the top five technology products to dominate in 2017. With features like blood pressure trends, and EKG/ECG heart checks, combined with remot ...

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Are World Events Waking More People Up? by Raelene Byrne

Are you watching world events and feeling helpless, hopeless and emotionally disabled from the 'interesting' happenings globally?  There is a palpable rise in fear, chaos, worry, along with anger directed at 'them' (those who are creating havoc, which reinforces the idea of separation!) The more we engage externally, getting caught up in the anger of the world, the harder it is to find our true centre. We f ...

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Good Health begins with Good Water by Peter Free

What does 'good water' mean to you? I believe that good water is the key to my overall wellbeing. Drinking an adequate amount of good water each day is vital to support healthy body functioning and body regulations.  Our body is primarily water, and water is found and required in every part of our body, right down to the 'building blocks of life', our cells. Over the last 15 years, I have researched the qua ...

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The Healing Journey with Arts Therapy By Natalie Delforce

Children and adults diagnosed with ASD, like most of us, want to experience connections with others. One young ten year old boy, who struggled with his emotions and the classroom environment came to me for a few sessions. The intention of the Arts Therapy was to gain understanding about his environment, relationships and his place within them. We chatted first, I got to know him and he asked a little bit ab ...

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Seeing the Beauty of Each Other and Ourselves by Vanessa Finnigan

What does disability mean to you? Some might say it’s about being unable to do a range of things that many people take for granted. For others, it may be communicating, behaving and looking a certain way that is considered different or outside the ‘norm’. If we could see each other through the eyes of gratitude, I wonder what that would create? It was a windy summer’s day last December when I met Glen Shepp ...

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