The ups and downs of XMAS

You know, Xmas is a time of great stress for many families. Sometimes, it signifies loss and heartache. Memories of loved ones no longer in one’s life. It can be very difficult when everywhere you gaze are happy families. Believe me, among all the champagne bubbles there is a pulsating sadness. So for those who do have a happy family, enjoy them and be mindful to treat one another gently because you never know who’s fighting a quiet battle inside.

xmas tree.jpg

Our lives are forever changing in some way. How do we accept this? Do we release and let go and be swept along a new current or do we hang on, unwilling to let go because we know when we do, there is pain involved?  Yet staying in a situation that is toxic or abusive is far worse. When we refuse to release from toxicity we merely tread water going around and around in circles. It’s tiring. I know because I’ve experienced it.

So as we approach this time of the year, it gives us time to reflect on what’s been and in such a wistful mode as I let go of things, people, experiences that were, 2018 beckons! A new year! What possibilities lay undiscovered? What beat do you hear being played? What excites you? What new ‘something’ are you being called to do, be or give?  I’m feeling a new direction opening up for me, one that’s been knocking on my soul for some time and one where I’m finally ready to step into. When all else falls away, whats next?


Always remember, as one door closes so another one opens. Keep your trust high. Walk forward confidently, even if you feel afraid. The Universe will always support your growth. We reap the benefits of whatever we do now, or pay the price up the track.  This can be applied to our finances, bodies, our health, mental health…. food for thought eh? I use that saying to help guide me, mindful that we have but one body and it truly is our temple. Look after it.

Happy New Year everyone. I trust it is yet another step forward 🙂

Spirit Whispers A Book Review

If ever there was a book that describes the highs and lows of a mediums life, “Spirit Whispers” is it. I couldn’t put it down and realised why Charmaine is so widely recognised (winning psychic of the year helps too of course) but well deserved! Apart from that, she shows where she is truly coming from, that place of unconditional love. No wonder she is so down to earth, it’s the stuff that she’s been through which has shaped her into the woman she is today.    Charmaine Wilson.jpeg

I recall how Silver Birch talks about ‘as low as a soul goes so correspondingly they can rise’. I love that because it gives everyone hope and the reassurance that you can grow into your fullest highest self no matter what you have endured.

Spirit Whispers shows this clearly in Charmaines life. I was reading those first chapters thinking to myself ‘what else could go wrong? Oh no! Not the loss of a child?’ But that was only the beginning, I don’t want to spoil the story so I won’t give away too much more but this is one book that I’m very glad I read. It teaches me that there are many ways up the medium pathway and at the end of the day, it’s our relationship with the spirit world that is important. Human teachers come and go, it’s how we help others and teach as we are inspired to do,  leading by example.

to read more about Charmaine ….. click on the link.

If everything happens for a reason, maybe we will look back on this life and see how it all fitted together like a proverbial jigsaw. So, if your looking for a holiday read, go to your nearest library and grab a copy of this remarkable ladies journey. Or buy a copy online then you have your very own to loan others. Stick with it til the end because it truly is an inspirational read, (especially if you happen to be a developing medium).  jigsaw .jpg