Finding Rainbows

Count your rainbows and not your storms.

The School of Healing

Winter in Auckland can be wet, cold and miserable.

I often feel lonely, homesick, depressed and unmotivated.

However almost daily, God sends rainbows.

Almost as a reminder to me that there is always something beautiful in all the difficulties and trials you experience.

That maybe these cold, dark times produce miracles.

Certainly few things can be as beautiful or colourful as a rainbow.

So never give up, no matter how bad the situation.

Even if it seems hopeless.

Remember, storms don’t last forever.

And there is always a rainbow after the rain.

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Sprouting Made Easy

Did you know that the most consistent factor among the blue zone centenarians are the fact that they all consume legumes regularly? Did you also know that traditional wisdom calls for proper preparation of grains, seeds and legumes such as soaking or sprouting before cooking? These days I like to sprout them because it makes … Continue reading Sprouting Made Easy

10 Ways to Make 2019 Your Best Year Yet!

I don't know about you but I personally don't like the word Resolution or the idea of a New Year's Resolution. From its root word "resolve", it means making a firm decision to do or not do something. Sure, it works for awhile when you are all 'pumped up' and motivated but long term? What … Continue reading 10 Ways to Make 2019 Your Best Year Yet!

10 Mindset Shifts to Heal and Stay Healthy

This is a reblog from a new website/platform to promote healing and positive change. Not sure where this will go yet but do follow if you’re interested in healing and health!

The School of Healing

The power of our minds is indisputable.

You can think yourself into sickness, but you can also think yourself back into health.

Practising the following mindsets will allow you to shift your perspectives towards healing, health and living more fully.

1. Positivity there is always a positive side in every situation. Look for it.

2. Gratefulness possibly one of the most powerful emotions you can draw on at any time. Just think of 3 things you are grateful for right now. You should start to feel better already. Practice this regularly, for example – first thing upon waking, throughout your day, before each meal, after every encounter, and last thing before bed.

3. Stress less, relax more – some stress is good to keep us on our toes and give us that push. Too much is definitely undesirable. You’ll know when that line has been crossed. Strike…

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Dropping “perfection” and adopting a New Writing Style

In recent times, I have been rather paranoid and overly meticulous with a perfectionist mindset towards every post I publish. I re-read and re-consider every line and paragraph, thinking too much about what others might think and only publishing it if its "perfect". That has led to many posts never being published (I have accumulated … Continue reading Dropping “perfection” and adopting a New Writing Style

Hot Noodle Winter Soups!

These days, #winter makes me feel like having a hot bowl of veggies and noodles for dinner every night! 🍜 Since my autoimmune healing, I have been regularly eating spelt products according to the Saint Hildegard's Medicine and dietary protocol practiced by the Naturopath that treated me. I try to simplify things and cook it … Continue reading Hot Noodle Winter Soups!

Comprehensive Stool Test to Find The Root Cause of Autoimmunity

Recently received the results of a comprehensive stool analysis done about a month ago based on the recommendations of my Naturopathic Doctor. Yes, I had to prod, poke, scoop, bottle, freeze and pass the 💩 to my doc who sent it to America for analysis.  It turns out I have a large amount of dysbiotic gut flora belonging to … Continue reading Comprehensive Stool Test to Find The Root Cause of Autoimmunity