Month: August 2015

  • Spirit Seeker Interview – Elizabeth McKenzie


    Hi Gorgeous,

    I’m back from my road tripping holiday to Sydney for the Beautiful You Life Coaching Academy Inspiration Day where I got to hear the beautiful Julie Parker, Dr Ezzie Spencer and Megan Dalla-Camina speak. I also came back from the trip with a souvenir cold so I’ve been resting up as much as I can.  So today I have something special for you. Rather than talk about my trip this week and the lessons learnt I am going to save that for another week and I have this beautiful video interview with Elizabeth McKenzie for you.

    I recorded this interview back in March and I was hoping to get it up on the blog then but Flynn came 2 weeks early! So I’ve been saving this for you and I believe intuitively that someone really needs to hear it this week.


  • The Exploding Bottle of Emotions


    Hey Hey Lovely,

    So I’m still here feeling the heaviness. I’m still in that spiritual dry patch.

    I feel icky. I feel like I’m anchored down. Weighted.

    As I avoid processing my emotions each day, the worse the feeling gets.

    Emotions of anger, injustice, sadness and unworthiness.

    Suppressing the emotions is like a good ole’ fashion ginger beer. You know, the type that’s made in the bottle. I’m not a ginger beer making expert but what I do know is it can explode. It explodes because of the pressure caused by carbonation.

    And for those of you unsure, carbonation is just the process of dissolving carbon dioxide in liquid. In other words it’s the stuff that makes it fizzy. The bubbles.

    So my emotions have been like those little bubbles. Each bubble an emotion. Bubbling away inside of the bottle, waiting to explode because of the increasing pressure.
    You see I’ve been bottling well. And just like Ginger Beer once it’s all released and the bubbles have settled it will taste good. (Just go with the story for now, even if you hate ginger beer. Apply it to your drink of choice).


  • What to do when you are feeling spiritually dry.


    I’ve been feeling spiritually dry of late.

    Yep I said it. The spirituality coach is spiritually dry.

    We all go through seasons where our faith is tested. Where we feel like God is silent. Sometimes, we actively avoid Him so we don’t need to process or grow through what He’s allowed to come into our life.

    As you know I’ve had a migraine the past 3 weeks. Sometimes pain can just be that, physical but often it can be a sign that something needs to be done further. So I took a step back from looking at the computer so much and once I sunk into the emotion I realised I was really angry.