What a difference a week makes


This time last week I was in the coronary care ward at St Vincent’s hospital.


I had been taken there by ambulance after going to the nearest medical centre with severe chest pains.


As it was Easter when I was admitted to the hospital I had to wait until the Tuesday to have the extra tests needed to check for any damage or obstruction to my heart.


It was a tense time waiting.


Meditating and ThetaHealing is what kept me sane… and focusing on a positive outcome


The ‘all clear’ was a huge relief.


It’s one thing to think that your heart is OK and a completely different one to have that confirmed.


But something happened to me while I was in hospital, and since


For the last few days I have been clearing out things.


Things that have been hiding in the back of the cupboards, unseen but lurcking in the dark, just had to be hunted out and removed.


This drive to jettison has come from inside.


It is not a conscious mental decision that I’ve made, it is coming from somewhere deep inside me.


It’s as if I have to rid myself of anything that I no longer need in my life now.


I don’t consider myself to be a hoarder, I am pretty good at moving things on. But this time the outfits I wore to my two daughters’ weddings have been moved on.


This wasn’t about clutter. It was about shining light into the hidden corners of my cupboards.


It was about illuminating the dark. Shining a light into the dark corners of my life.


I want to see empty space.


Instead of things crammed and jammed in, I want to see empty space … in my wardrobe, the pantry, the fridge.


I can find things easily.


There is nothing in my home that is holding me back. Keeping me stuck in the past.


And where there is space, there is room. Room for something new


I can move forward easily now without having to drag all the clutter with me


Easter is always a time for huge changes, a time of rebirth and renewal


I realised that this wasn’t about clutter.


It was about shining light into the hidden corners of my cupboards.


It was about illuminating the dark. Shining a light into the dark corners of my life.


What difference can a week make?


Huge energetic shifts and the inclusion of an amazing new supplement. Stay tuned 🙂



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