Guest Blogs

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New Natural Solutions for Hormones – Friday 9th October 2015

  A One day seminar with John Andrews, Master Herbalist & Iridologist Friday 9th October  10am-4.30pm. London W1.   £70 / £60 early booking. bookings and info : 020 8350 4607 / 07984 592626 Life is all about balance and this is succinctly & profoundly expressed with the hormones and endocrine system. A slight imbalance [...]

By | September 28th, 2015|Blog, Featured, Guest Blogs, News|0 Comments

Are you connecting with your womb wisdom?

  Guest post by Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel  We are all taken by so many things nowadays in our daily life that most of the times we feel torn apart by different interests, commitments, duties, hobbies, desires, etc. We are also bombarded 24/7 by so much information that at times we feel overwhelmed and tired just by [...]

By | September 14th, 2015|Blog, Guest Blogs|0 Comments

How to be reborn in the freezer of the Earth

 Guest post byGabriella Guglielminotti Trivel My brand new start. How to be reborn in the freezer of the Earth I was coming out of an acrimonious divorce that lasted two long years and I was emotionally and psychologically destroyed! I had just had the final hearing at court and all I wanted was taking time [...]

By | September 9th, 2015|Blog, Guest Blogs, Mind|0 Comments

Antarctica: a world apart

Guest post from Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel Antarctica is a wilderness of extraordinary beauty where nature rules fiercely and unconditionally; a store of information about our Planet’s history and one of the very few places on Earth where people of all countries live peacefully with the sole aim to improve and exchange scientific information. This frozen paradise [...]

By | August 29th, 2015|Blog, Guest Blogs, Mind, Spirit, Uncategorized|0 Comments

A magical year from Sara Turner…

Sara had the most amazing year last year, and is an inspiration to us. So I thought I would share her blog to inspire you to achieve your dreams... 2014 – A year of dreams coming true – thank you! Posted on December 31, 2014 by Sara • 0 Comments Wowee – as I write this blog, we are almost [...]

By | January 3rd, 2015|Blog, Guest Blogs|0 Comments

Where the mind is without fear

From Obhi Chatterjee's blog, the director of You Must Be Nuts. It has been over a year since my last post here. Let me explain why. In January 2013, I wrote about Coconut oil: after the cataclysm. Almost two years later, I have just completed the film You must be nuts! which traces the journey I’ve been on since then. It’s [...]

By | January 2nd, 2015|Blog, Guest Blogs|0 Comments

The Health Benefits of Participating in Your Community

Guest post from Elliot Caliera Being an active member of your community provides a number of positives for a neighbourhood and those helped by your actions. Besides the contributions to others, there are many benefits you may personally get for your efforts. The good feelings we get from being in service to others can make [...]

By | January 2nd, 2015|Blog, Guest Blogs|0 Comments

Contamination Matters: Why GM crops can’t be managed at a national level

Campaign group GM Freeze launched a briefing today that highlights the risk of cross-border contamination between GM and non-GM food crops. Contamination Matters – Why GM can’t be managed at a national level is published in advance of a critical European Union vote next Thursday (12 June) that could make it much easier and quicker [...]

By | June 5th, 2014|Guest Blogs|0 Comments

Natural Vision Improvement Strategies for the Whole Family by Katrina Patterson

  Five Common Misconceptions about Your Eyesight 1. Poor vision is inherited 2. Vision inevitably deteriorates with age 3. Poor vision is caused by certain visual activities 4. Weak eye muscles cause poor vision 5. Seeing is solely a physical, mechanical process The Three Tyrannies of Modern Life 1. Too much foveal vision (the fovea [...]

By | June 3rd, 2014|Guest Blogs|0 Comments

The seasonal party cycle

Guest post from Katie Rose Following the patterns of nature, in many traditions, periods of fasting, reflection and retreat are followed by massive feasts and celebrations.  Here in the London, as Eostre/ Easter, Passover/Pesach and Beltaine approaches, Nature is definitely having a big party.  Blossoms are bursting from every tree branches and fresh green leaves [...]

By | April 16th, 2014|Blog, Guest Blogs|0 Comments