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Astrology with Gil Dwyer

Planting Hope for the Future at the Sagittarius New Moon   The recent Taurean Full Moon certainly packed a punch, with the Moon, the Sun and Mercury all involved in a dance with Pluto around this event. Pluto, less than two months away from its fated meeting with Saturn, provided a potential release point for the detrius of no longer [...]

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Astrology with Gil Dwyer

Transformational Times and Tuning into Nature’s Rhythms at the Taurus Full Moon  The recent Scorpio New Moon set the tone for the deep healing that so many of us appear to be immersed in at this time. After meeting up with Venus on Halloween, Mercury goes retrograde for an intense Scorpionic journey the very next day on the associated All [...]

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Simple steps to Calm Down – Nancy Hanley

Simple steps to Calm Down It’s not only remembering TO relax, there’s the HOW to relax that is a factor – how does one relax when you’re stressed out and tense? Without strategies or tools to help you move out of feeling overwhelmed, you might find yourself reaching for alcohol or drugs in an attempt to calm down. This can [...]

Astrology With Gil Dwyer

Expect the Unexpected and Break Through Resistance at the Scorpio New Moon   Life is speeding up on many fronts with Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto now all travelling in a forward direction. In addition a sense of urgency pervaded the recent Aries Full Moon with the exact Pluto square to the Moon and Sun suggestive of a power struggle, but [...]

Reiki – Why I Became A Reiki Practitioner With Luisa Scire

I had my first Reiki treatment over 10 years ago when I was holidaying with family in Queensland. I saw the certificate on her wall and just thought i would have a treatment. I layed on the table fully clothed and the practitioner placed her hands on various areas of the body. I don’t remember what I felt when I [...]

Can’t sleep? – Tips From Dr Leela Klein

Can’t sleep?   You are not on your own. Almost 90% of Australians suffer from a sleeping disorder, with 30% having a severe sleeping disorder, and 5% experiencing chronic insomnia. Furthermore, as we age our sleep patterns change, it will generally take longer to fall asleep and the quality of sleep is reduced. The elderly also tend to wake up [...]