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The Magic Of Ho’oponpono

by Leisa on July 22, 2011

I learned of the healing process of Ho’oponopono many years ago and was fascinated by this ancient practice founded in Hawaii. Last weekend I was at an event at the Hawaiian Sanctuaryon the Big Island of Hawaii, where there were several speakers including  David Wolfe, the wonderful Aussie permaculture goddess Tania Leilani, and we were
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Organic Garden At San Francisco City Hall Promotes Slow Food Movement

Vegetable Gardening is a Crime?

by Leisa on July 19, 2011

Only in America! We hope We want to see MORE veggie gardens in people’s homes, not less! From ABC news: Julie Bass faces the prospect of going to jail for what she’s growing in her front yard. The illegal growth is tomatos. And zuchinis, peppers and other edible and what normally would be legal plants.
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horse riding in Hawaii

The Horseriding Guru

by Leisa on July 17, 2011

I love synchronicities (as I wrote about in this post here) and love meeting new people when travelling and being amazed at who turns up on your path. One of the things I really wanted to do whilst in Hawaii, was go for a horse-ride in the lush Hawaiian landscape. So I found a place
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David Wolfe Tour Permaculture Day Group

David Wolfe Permaculture Day

by Leisa on February 16, 2011

After a great Sunday afternoon event at Byron Bay (besides the heat!), the next event was a day at Tania Leilani’s permaculture farm in the Mullumbimby Hinterland. I wrote this last year, and stand by my words! “After a few days of rest and relaxation in the hinterland of Northern NSW, the next event was
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The huge crowd in Brisbane

David Wolfe in Brisbane

by Leisa on February 13, 2011

The tour couldn’t have started off any better, with a sell-out crowd in Brisbane for the first leg of the Australian Tour! David Wolfe was on fire, with his legendary blend of science, inspiration and education. We had some fantastic sponsors at the events that I would like to thank: Samudra  bought with them quite
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Queensland Floods

A Positive in Nature’s Drama

by Leisa on January 13, 2011

I have a lovely friend in the Rockhampton area of QLD and as we’ve watched the devestating floods and the havoc that nature has caused in the part of the world, she had a beautiful positive message to share, that she gave me permission to post it  here. “I just got back from the supermarket
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The Untrained Environmentalist

by Leisa on July 15, 2010

I love to read, and I read a mix of about 3-4 books a week, about health, metaphysics, raw food, healing of all types, permaculture and the environment – and when I want to switch off my brain – I love reading a variety of different genre’s of novels. This week I read a great book
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Life Changing Doco’s

by Leisa on May 4, 2010

Life Changing Doco’s is a fanastic initiative by friends of mine, Troy and Kym, who are bringing quality documentaries to the Gold Coast Arts Centre every month.  The next feature film is Homegrown on the 12th of May, and it looks fantastic!  You can buy tickets on their site www.lifechangingdocos.com HOMEGROWN Wed 12th May @
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Chemtrails and Bee Decline

by Leisa on April 16, 2010

We don’t seem to have as many chemtrails here in Australia as there seem to be in America and Europe, but if anyone has read much about them, they always appear to be a bit of a mystery. This letter appeared in Feb / March edition of Nexus Magazine, and it certainly gives some food
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NO GMO’s in WA

by Leisa on April 8, 2010

I have a special affinity for WA with it’s beautiful weather, beaches and people.  Crops of Genetically Modified Organisms are being proposed for WA and if you are agains this outrage, I urge you to support the petitions below to see if we can make a difference: Just as DDT, Dieldrin and Thalidomide were proven
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