Showing posts from April, 2011

Boundaries, Protection and the Authentic Self.

The ‘me’ section of Gwyneth Paltrow’s excellent blog, Goop, has a feature on boundaries this month. It poses the question: “Why is it important to have personal boundaries and make sure they are not crossed”There are some fascinating answers from Gwyneth’s regular contributors (which I’ll leave for you to peruse) including the very valid theory that if you are your authentic Self, you don’t need any boundaries. It struck a chord with me this month as that’s exactly what has been coming up for me.I have a colleague who is entirely firm (if not a little strident!) about people not needing psychic or spiritual protection if they are balanced. Certainly any stray negative energy would think twice before pussy-footing up to her ... but just how balanced and authentic do you have to be not to get boulversé every now and then? I know I still check for negative energies and cleanse my aura regularly and I need to do so. And I can still be knocked for six by something unexpected. At least I co…

Tithing 101 - or Inspiration, Celebration, Everybody Else...

Spirit and Destiny featured my take on the Biblical teaching of Tithing this month. Here are more details on how and why this works so well.Most people think that tithing is a Biblical command to give the first ten per cent of your earnings to charity. However, the system was invented to harness the Law of Attraction. It does address an order of giving when money comes in – but it is emphatic that this is in order to bless you and to bring prosperity back to you.The word “tithe” means one tenth but in ancient days a tenth did not necessarily mean a tenth of all your income – because most people didn’t have an income! They dealt in trade and, as a general rule, a tenth was one whole thing – as in one whole chicken, one whole sheep, one fig, one cheese. In the modern world, it can mean one whole banknote or one whole coin. There’s no need to fear that you will be asked to give more than you can afford. One penny or one cent is a good first step in tithing. You can build up to the more t…

HEARTWORK. Using Spiritual Marketing to build your Heart's Desire into a successful business. Six-week webinar series with Maggy Whitehouse

HEARTWORK. Spiritual Marketing To Build your Heart's Desire Into A Successful Business. This six-week webinar seminar with Maggy Whitehouse will help you transform your work into a business that can prosper both you and the world. It is both for those who don't want 'a proper job' but who want to bring spiritual gifts to humanity and for those who simply want to find the work that is also the joy of life.When you follow your heart, you step out of the conventional world-view. What you are offering may be a pearl of great price — but most people shop more for food than they do for jewelry. Therefore, there is an important blend to be made between inner workthat expands the soul, draws clients for healing and offers abundance for the heart and outer work that creates products to support cash-flow and everyday prosperity. Getting this meld just right is the secret to a successful holistic business.Maggy's spiritual marketing and prosperity work is highly recommended …

Prosperity Teachers

If you are looking for a qualified Prosperity Teacher in your area — for a personal session, for a talk or for a workshop, please contact the following people. They are listed alphabetically in order of area.
Denise Cunningham. Email:

Deborah Lovell.
Deborah is an holistic body worker and NLP coach originally from a corporate background. She currently provides Reflexology and Aromatherapy and life coaching, prosperity mentoring to women and men to experience a more enjoyable life.
After many years involved with emotional release techniques Deborah incorporates tools from the Sedona Method and the Journey to help individuals live a happier life with more abundance & bliss.
She is a trained coach and has studied mentoring, counselling skills and uses over 10 years experience to conduct workshops around the UK and 1 to 1 sessions by phone or face to face.

Co. Durham Havovie Bomanji.  Email: Skype…

Value for Money; Value for Life.

Let’s start by defining “Value” (OED): Value: c.1300, from Old French value "worth, value" (13c.), noun use of fem. pp. of valoir "be worth," from Latin valere "be strong, be well, be of value."

Now let’s take a look at a couple of quotations:

"Is devotion to others a cover-up for the hungers and needs of the self, of which one is ashamed? I was always ashamed to take. So I gave. It was not a virtue. It was a disguise" — Anaïs Nin.

“There are many insidious ways that we betray ourselves. Self-sacrifice is one of the most popular ones for women because it’s condoned by society. ‘What a good woman you are, offering yourself up on the altar of self-abuse.’” Sarah ban Breathnach.

When are we offering “good value?”

When we are strong and well, that’s when.

How do we stay strong and well? By valuing ourselves.

This last month I spent more than four hours on the phone listening to people with problems who wanted free help and advice for situations that had be…