3 Biggest Challenges for Empaths and Intuitives

There are 3 big challenges particular to empaths and intuitives. Being intuitive or empathic means you are getting a lot more information running through your bio-computer at any given time.

That’s wonderful but…

As much as this is ‘value added’ your intuition will only work when you work.

By the way,  if you are inclined to headaches, this blog […]

Does Food Change Our Behaviour in Fundamental Ways?

Does our food choices change our behaviour in fundamental ways?

I am blessed to live in rural Ontario; a food producing part of the world.

I had great conversations at my local market this past Saturday. Matt McIntyre (a professional chef) has turned his love of health and food into an amazing offering of fermented food products.

We got into […]

Displaced Cave Dwellers who Like Fish

Displaced Cave Dwellers who like Fish
I was raised in northern Ontario. I grew up participating in the annual smelt fishing run. Catching the spawning smelt was free food for the taking, and it was loads of fun. There’s nothing quite like us little chickens getting to stay up long past bedtime filling buckets to overflowing […]

Child Centred Education is a Reasonable Choice

Child centred education is a reasonable choice.We often forget that ‘public education’ is an institution and first and foremost it exists to meet its own needs. An institution’s priority is not any individual child. Its priority is not about your child. You need to be realistic about whether your highest goals for your child are within […]

Menopause on the Conscious Path

Menopause on the conscious path is a whole re-orientation of our thinking, about women, about change, about health and how much bull shit we have bought into about how our ‘key life’ passages are a source of income for the drug-lords. I have a different view about what menopause is, and why most people would […]

Herbs for Nervous System Health

“I have one nerve left, and you are getting on it”

This was a notice on a friend’s wall. She was an unusually laid back person, but I think she was letting her family know that even the easy-going have limits.
What actually happens when we reach our limit?
Our nervous system can be viewed as our electrical system

The nervous […]