Dinosaur Massacre at Woodridge

These images may not be suitable for viewing by young children or Lego fans.  I make no apology for telling this story, simply as it happened. Picture the scene, a small railway station in a remote province of Legoland called Woodbridge.  A grand total of two employees, Arthur and Raymond.  It’s mid way through 1865…

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Why Facebook’s Days are Numbered

When Facebook started back in 2004, it was meant to be a small networking site between college pals.  Just a site that allowed friends who were in college to keep in touch with each other. Now, its a multi-billion dollar business that has millions upon millions of users, many of whom cannot get through a…

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Create a Memory Jar to Help Deal With Grief

When a loved one passes away, it’s such a difficult time that our mind often losing track of reality!  With so much to deal with, we often go into auto-pilot… arranging the funeral, sorting paperwork etc. But once all that’s finished with, we can truly begin the process of grieving.  This can take many different…

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Rose Quartz is The Perfect Loving Crystal

All crystals are loving, but Rose Quartz has specific qualities that promote love, happiness and well-being. Rose Quartz is transparent pink in colour.  Also known as the ‘Love Stone’, it is said to be the stone of unconditional love.  This beautiful crystal opens your Heart Chakra and is believed to promote forgiveness.  It also helps…

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The Beauty of Reiki Healing

Reiki (pronounced ray-kee) is an ancient Japanese energy therapy that dates back to the 1800’s.  Discovered by Dr Mikao Usui, Reiki is a gentle, non-invasive and on-intrusive form of healing that benefits the body on a holistic level (the body, mind and spirit). It involves the placing of hands on or near the body (within…

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Mindfulness Meditation and How It Works

Mindfulness meditation focuses on the present moment, not on past events or future desires, but the moment that you are experiencing right now. By drawing your attention to the present moment, ie the breath being drawn right now, it is possible to allow one to see the mind as it really is, that is a…

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The Passing of My Mum

I wanted to share with you, my experience of coping with the passing of a loved one, in my case my mum. Mum was a beautiful being, she was honest, giving, loyal and put almost everybody before herself – a typical mum!  She had experienced a difficult life, with seven children to raise on a…

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