Holidays are a great opportunity to relax and unwind, but the thought of packing a suitcase often left me feeling the complete opposite. Over the years I’ve noticed how I had built a level of anxiousness over what to pack and this left me feeling overwhelmed or burdened by the task. Continue reading “Travel Suitcase – What to Pack?”
Last year I shared a link to a web page with a very good childhood friend of mine. That web page was full of Before and After photos of students of The Way of The Livingness. These photos show how we were before we met Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, and how we are now. They included a joyful ‘After’ photo of my husband and myself and a ‘Before’ photo of us eating ice cream sundaes and looking about 20 kilos heavier, a lot darker and with puffy glazed eyes… and it does not just stop there. In the Before photo I was 46 and in the After photo I was 57.
I am now 59 and looking and feeling younger, fitter and even more gorgeous and joyful and I can feel there is no end!
So you might of heard of this man Serge Benhayon or you might have read some stuff about him.
Well this blog is FOR THE RECORD. In others words let’s get some real stuff on the worldwide web, which will leave you in no doubt who this man, Serge Benhayon, is.
There is now plenty of nonsense written about this man and there is heaps of pukka stuff. Pukka means real in my world and this man FOR THE RECORD is the real deal.
OK – so you search on Google and you find a handful of people with and without fake names bad mouthing this man. Your choice – you can read it and come to your own conclusions or you can read a blog like this which is straight truth in a no nonsense manner which sets the record straight. Continue reading “Truth About Serge Benhayon – FOR THE RECORD”
The prospect of redundancy can often be a time of uncertainty and distress, perhaps with questions of “Why me? Why now? Or what did I do that was wrong?” This can be at the forefront of our minds. Dealing with change that you don’t feel prepared for can feel like climbing a mountain. Continue reading “Being Made Redundant? Supporting an Opportunity to Evolve!”
I have had many jobs in my life and I have to say: I loved all of them. When I was young, I did not have this clear picture of what I wanted to be, as for me this felt awkward. What is there to be?
If I was asked the question by adults, I would answer with ‘a mother’, but this was more from a feeling that I needed to reply than that it was coming from truth. Continue reading “Every Job Matters”
Do you see life as something that is truly glorious, amazing, incredible and full of magic; a life that you would want to come back and live time and time again?
Waking up each morning in true appreciation of the mist in the valleys, the birds chirping, being in awe of the rays beaming through the clouds from the sun, or in the remaining glow of the last full moon. Feeling the freshness of the morning air on your skin and brushing across your nose as you open that first door or window of your home. Continue reading “Life is Truly Magical”