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Ingrid Hoffman

  Something wild is stirring in the collective energy. Subversive actions, independent thinking. A fervent passion to make this world a better, kinder place.   Monday’s quirky Full Moon is in progressive, humanitarian Aquarius; a sign with two rulers: the sky-gods Saturn and Uranus. The old and the new, the past and the future. The Sun/ Moon square Uranus underscores... [read more]

Iain Lawrence

Phobias and how hypnotherapy can help A phobia is an extremely distressing problem for an individual to experience. Often people know there is no rational basis for their fear, but they cannot help but be distressed by it and soon dread the resulting feelings whenever faced by it. What is a phobia? Well, it can be described as an... [read more]

Iain Lawrence

Have you ever wondered about Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy and if it might help with a problem you are having but you were unsure of exactly what it was and how it worked? Well hopefully in this article I can clarify some things for you and that by the end it will help inform whether it would... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

  As we begin our apprenticeship into this new way of living, sort out our priorities, obediently don our masks, dutifully comply with rules and restrictions that we hope will not rob us of our freedom and our human rights in the years yet to come, the taskmasters of the heavens—Pluto/Jupiter and Saturn—close ranks. Saturn is so... [read more]

Ingrid Hoffman

  We hold the Moon in our bellies. Our bodies respond to her reflective light and her contemplative darkness. This is her invitation to return to the silence. To not to expect too much of ourselves today.   The Moon is in Cancer (Great Mother) as she embraces the Sun, she faces those great Titans of the sky, Jupiter,... [read more]

Cheryl Binnis

Many of us are experiencing mixed emotions as lockdown eases and we are encouraged to return to a ‘more normal life’. On one hand we may feel a sense of relief that the Government deems is safe enough for us to go out more and socialise, and we might feel energised by the prospect of going... [read more]

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 onto 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]