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Ingrid Hoffman

  The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned―Maya Angelou   Frank Baum’s “There’s no place like home,” and the clichéd “Home Sweet Home,” reflect our heart’s longing for safety and belonging as we pause in the dreamy haze of mid-summer heat or close... [read more]

Cynthia Rao

I was watching the TV earlier this week and a professor being interviewed made reference to the phrase, Coronaphobia. He himself said that he had just made the word up. But I think he realised, as I did that he was into something. I have been concerned since the start of lockdown about vulnerable women in particular,... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

  Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse does not become endless night. Dawn and resurrection are synonymous. The reappearance of the light is the same as the survival of the soul—Victor Hugo   This weekend the Sun and the Moon dance a pas-de-deux, awakening our intentions, quickening our... [read more]

Pankaj Garg

3 ways your mind is sabotaging you: . 1ï¸âƒ£You are hard wired and super coded to run away from 'Unknown ' and run back to what is 'Known '. . An example of this is most of the time you reject your praise and add your own criticism. Because your own criticism is more familiar and that's what you have... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

Whatever sorrow shakes from your heart, far better things will take their place—Rumi   Today, Venus returns from her sojourn in the darkness of the Underworld. She shimmers, resplendent and glorious on the eastern horizon at dawn each morning, a celestial reminder of those things that lighten our hearts.   Venus represents those people, those things, that matter to us.... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible—Dalai Lama Within the constellation of Cancer is a delicate brush stroke of stars in the sky called Praesepe, the Latin word for “manger”. Cancer is associated with wombs, and cradles, with nourishment and containment. And during these long months of confinement, with the importance of home. Qualities like vulnerability, creativity,... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

  The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new sights, but in looking with new eyes—Marcel Proust     Mercury is between the sea and the shoreline, in the emotive sign of Cancer this week. Our vision may not be clear as the sea mists swirl around us. Today, Mercury begins to slow in preparation for his Retrograde... [read more]

Genovieve Feasey

Its important as a Parent, MAN and FATHER to look after your Mental Health, please take a read...  I am Genovieve passionate through personal and professional experience eager to reach out and provide support and psychoeducation (the missing jigsaw, in some men’s upbringing), to combat mental health issues within the family dynamics. Did you know… men and... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

        America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between—Oscar Wilde   The sound of falling statues reverberates through the bones of slaves from Africa buried in mass graves. Bronze tyrants tumble from their pedestals, and the dolorous ghosts of millions of native Americans, great herds of buffalo and forests of giant Redwoods... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

Tonight the curtain rises to reveal this summer's eclipse season as an uncompromising lunar eclipse in Sagittarius tells it like it is.   Today’s Full Moon Eclipse in the element of fire symbolises the incineration and purification by fire of unexamined prejudices as all that is rotten in our societies rises through the cracks of inequality.   As tensions erupt... [read more]