Spirit

Letting Go of a Loved One

Letting Go, Loss, Grief

An Anna Skrine Case Study

Have you ever come across a person who bursts into tears when talking about someone they were very close to who ‘passed on’ some years before? In such a case it is very possible that the deceased person is earthbound and still around that person; and very often one is holding on to the other in the belief that this is real love, or that the earthbound loved one can be a source of guidance. But the truth is different, for real love is totally un-possessive and unconditional; and when a person dies it is very important they leave their loved ones on earth in freedom and go up to where they should be – heaven / the next realm – to continue the next part of their soul’s journey there. This normally takes place during the end of their funeral service, or funeral rite, for the soul usually stays around the loved ones on earth until then. The right source of guidance for each person is the divine in whatever form that person holds dear – or one’s Higher Consciousness, the Divine within / inner conscience / inner wisdom. This divine guidance is each person’s birth-right, but it can only be tapped into if a person chooses to do so, for we all have free will. read more →

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Wexford Yoga Centre Open Day Not To Be Missed

Sadhana Open Day Only Natural
Sadhana Yoga Centre in the Faythe in Wexford town is in the process of reinventing itself largely following events in the life of its founder Linda O’Grady. I had a chat with Linda to find out just what had brought her to this, what her background and modus operandi as a yoga teacher is and just what plans she has for Sadhana.
Linda has been working in the bodywork area for the last twenty years and what struck me was how rightly proud she is of her illustrious yoga lineage. She teaches Vinyasa Krama Yoga and was taught by Srivatsa Ramasami. Srivatsa Ramaswari in turn received the teachings from Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya (November 18, 1888 – February 28, 1989), an Indian yoga teacher, ayurvedic healer and scholar. Often referred to as “the father of modern yoga,”  Krishnamacharya is widely regarded as one of the most influential yoga teachers of the 20th century. If close to source is good then Linda has it!

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Ayurvedic Information Coffee Morning

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Ayurvedic medicine (“Ayurveda” for short) is one of the world’s oldest holistic healing systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India. It’s based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. And that everyone’s physical, emotional and spiritual makeup is determined by the balance within them of the five elements earth, water, air, fire and spirit.

If you feel you want learn more about this ancient tradition make sure to come along to our Ayurvedic Coffee Morning on Friday 13th April from 10.30am when Rachel Collins from Elysium Sanctuary will be in with us chatting about how Ayurveda, Yoga or any of the therapies Elysium offers.  And of course there will be plenty of tea, coffee and goodies to eat!!

Ayurveda Rachel Collins Only Natural

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Australian Bush Flower Essences, Healing for Body and Soul

We’ve only recently increased our range of Australian Bush Flower remedies and are really excited by their potential to help people. The idea of essence remedies is nothing new, in fact they’ve been used for thousands of years. They were brought back to popularity in this part of the world in the 1930s by Dr Edward Bach, a Harley St. Doctor who became disillusioned and left his orthodox practice to research the spiritual and emotional healing properties of flowers. His 38 remedy system is much used and loved today.

More recently Ian White, a fifth generation Australian herbal practitioner, did the same for that continent’s flora. The resultant essences, 69 in number, form the basis of a very comprehensive product range including those 69 individual essences, 17 combination essences, 7 oral sprays, 6 spray mists and a range of bodycare products incorporating the essences called the Love System.

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