Are you a Healer?

Sarah Journey to Shine

I saw this on Caroline Myss’ Facebook page the other day: I thought, yes, yes I would! And I did! And it worked! It got me thinking about the all the decisions I have made over the last few years, and how at the time I didn’t know it was healing I was seeking, when actually that is EXACTLY what I have received. This literal journey over the least three years has been amazing. The things we have seen, done … Keep reading…

Sacred Objects: A Loverope Giveaway

Loverope-journey

Since shedding all my possessions in search of truth and freedom, I’ve experienced an interesting shift in my relationship to ‘stuff.’ I have, in fact, gathered more possessions since I left for Cambodia three years ago with a 20L backpack. The difference is that these things now serve one of the above purposes, either ‘truth’ or ‘freedom’. We bought a car in Mexico, which easily falls into the ‘freedom’ category and was one of the best decisions we made on … Keep reading…

Broken hearts build bridges

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Most of the time, I avoid broken hearts. Who wants to be in pain? Not me. My survival instincts want me to flee far, far away from it. And often, for my own mental and emotional health, I do. But this week it crept in and I simply could not run fast enough to escape. This week, I allowed my heart to break (again) over a situation occurring in my home country. I allowed my heart to crack open for … Keep reading…

I’m Bali Bound. Join Me!

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From my first visit to the island of Bali at age twelve, I was hooked. The traffic, the noise, the colour and the culture could not have been more exotic compared to my suburban Australian upbringing. I’ve returned many times since and every time has left me changed in some way. There are certain places in the world which feel like home to me and Bali is one of them. While some parts are overdeveloped and chaotic, there are still … Keep reading…