Consistently Creating

So, I decided to write something today, a story, a newsletter. Anything really, something that I could send out to all you lovely lot. It’s been a while. I’ve been sitting here for three hours, waiting for inspiration. Nothing yet. Although I have been inspired to do other things, quite random really. I did a bit of yoga (see earlier blog ‘The year of the cat!’), talked to Charlie the cat, read a bit, gazed

The Three Principles & Homeopathy

The Three Principles – So, what’s it all about? The Three Principles (Mind, Thought and Consciousness) is a spiritual understanding that explains the human operating system behind life. It explains that:   Mind – is the universal energy that is constant and unchangeable. It is infinite and formless, the energy of creation that cannot be destroyed. Thought – is the power of all human beings to create individual lives. The power of thought is used

With Magic on my Mind

Those moments of magic seem to be appearing more frequently these days, and todays moment was particularly special and poignant. Let me explain ……….. My children and I are like the proverbial ships that pass in the night. My son, aged 22 works weird hours in a pub and for a performing arts school. My daughter, aged 18, also works in a pub, has a good social life and often sleeps late. We are rarely

Relationship counselling (or not)

In my last blog I talked about a friend who thought that I was a relationship counsellor, which I’m not, or am I? I’m sure that I’m not a counsellor, more of a facilitator or teacher I guess. I call myself a coach but even that doesn’t always sit right with me. I decided a while ago that it doesn’t matter what I call myself so I’ll leave it there, for now at least! Now

Party time!

I was at a party last week and found myself sitting next to a friend who I hadn’t seen for a while. It was great to catch up. After he’d told me about his retirement and what his children were up to, he then said, “So, what are you up to these days? Sue tells me you’re doing some sort of relationship counselling.” I immediately felt awkward and panicky as my thoughts tumbled into a

Jus’ leave ‘em be maid, they’ll settle down

I was brought up in a small Devon village, in the midst of an active farming community. As child I was part of a gang of bony kneed, freckle faced explorers who loved nothing more than to roam around the countryside making dens and searching for escaped convicts (that’s a story for another time!) I particularly loved hanging about the farms, helping the farmers with their chores whilst trying desperately to avoid being bitten by


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