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Is Expression of Feeling a Weakness?

by Leisa on January 24, 2011

I’ve had cause to ponder this question over the last few weeks, as someone close to me judged me as being a “spiritual beginner” because of the way I deal with my feelings and emotions. And I had to stop and process that, and see what my truth within that judgement was. I choose to see anyone who “pushes my
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The Pet Dog Dilemma

by Leisa on January 17, 2011

For quite a long time I’ve been living in apartments without pets – which makes me wonder what I’ve been doing – as I am a huge animal lover and grew up with a menagerie. My plan by the end of the year is to be on an acreage again and to start building up
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A Tour Through My Kitchen

by Leisa on January 7, 2011

Not that long ago I had to move house, so I got to set up my new kitchen from scratch, and I thought I would invite you into my home and show you what it looks like! Being organised is the key to success, and I find that if I have a well stocked and sorted
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New Year, New Start

by Leisa on January 1, 2011

2010 is behind us now, and I am certainly looking forward to what 2011 has to bring! At the start of each new year, I like to look back at the year past and review the ups, the downs, the good, the bad, the achievements, the challenges – and hopefully learn something to take with
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Adrenal Fatigue is a Myth

by Leisa on November 14, 2010

From: Thryoid.about.com “The Hormone Foundation — part of the Endocrine Society — has released a controversial “fact sheet” series, titled “Myth Vs. Fact”. One of their sheets is titled “Adrenal Fatigue” and attacks the very existence of the condition, stating, “Adrenal fatigue is not a real medical condition. There are no scientific facts to support
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Where Has That Goji Been?

by Leisa on November 12, 2010

Ok, this post could very well be classed as just a little bit too much information, but I couldn’t help sharing While at the Byron Bay Retreat, I decided to have a series of colonics – I happen to LOVE colonics (is that weird?) but I think the whole cleansing process is so good on
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A Transformational Retreat

by Leisa on November 10, 2010

During the last week of October, a very special group of people gathered together at the Embracing Life! Byron Bay Retreat, ready to detox, but not knowing quite how deep they were going to go, and how powerful the experience was going to be. This beautiful group were ready, open and willing to experience whatever
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What Do You Call Fun & Entertainment?

by Leisa on October 13, 2010

I am a huge fan of Neale Donald Walsch – the author of the Conversation With God series – and I love the questions he asks to provoke deeper thought about our lives. This one came through in an e-mail, and I wanted to share it here: “On this day of your life, dear friend,
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It’s Been A While…

by Leisa on October 10, 2010

It’s been well over a month since I last wrote on my blog, and a big thank you to everyone who wrote to see if everything was OK! There’s a couple of reasons why I haven’t been blogging as usual – one is that it’s been that wonderfully busy spring retreat season again, and over
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I Was on the News!

by Leisa on August 27, 2010

During the Dr Sherrill Sellman Tour, Channel Nine Gold Coast News took an interest in the subjects that Sherrill was speaking about, and did a short segment for the news, on hormonal influences in breast cancer. Isn’t it fantastic that the topic was raised in the mainstream media? I was asked about Saliva Hormone Testing, as
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