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Ziros and Xerokampos (Eastern Crete)

Ziros and Xerokampos (Eastern Crete)

Posted by on Oct 3, 2019 in Greece Travel Diary, Learning to be Greek

PhotoMan and I continue to explore Crete our island (yes it’s ours!) and when we had a free weekend in August, we decided to visit the beaches at Xerokampos (or Xerokambos) which is in the south east corner of Crete. We stayed at a village called Ziros which is about half an hour’s drive from […]

My long journey to Ithaca

My long journey to Ithaca

Thanks to my husband, my mother-in-law and her long line of ancestors, I finally made it to Ithaca. The first time I traveled to Greece was in the summer of 1996. During the planning of our first trip to Europe, my travel companion asked me, amongst the Greek islands that were mentioned in her travel […]

Agios Pavlos and the Sandhill beaches (Crete)

Agios Pavlos and the Sandhill beaches (Crete)

Posted by on Aug 29, 2019 in Greece Travel Diary, Learning to be Greek

My friends and family who visited Crete all found the size of this island a bit overwhelming. I feel the same! The word ‘island’ describes Crete accurately but in truth, Crete is like a whole country. PhotoMan (my husband) and I are determined to explore our island as much as we can. It was our […]

Family Constellation with Ming Lian

Family Constellation with Ming Lian

Posted by on Aug 20, 2019 in Methods

A surprise gift came – or what you might consider to be coincidence or synchronicity – in the form of an online Family Constellation session with Ming Lian, just two days after I heard about this method. The following was how the surprise gift materialized. Day 1 A practitioner in the Quantum Healing Forum kindly informed us […]

Sekhem session story – She came back to sleep!

Sekhem session story – She came back to sleep!

Posted by on Aug 15, 2019 in Methods, Session Story

Sekhem Apprenticeship Upon completing Sekhem Healing Level One Workshop, I started inviting everyone I came across to be my practice subjects. During this period, people who came didn’t always believe in this method but out of perhaps curiosity or perhaps they just wanted to help me with my apprenticeship. Whether they believed or not, it always […]

Simple Technique for Emotional Stress Release

Simple Technique for Emotional Stress Release

Posted by on Jun 19, 2019 in Do it yourself, Methods

This article first appeared at Healthy Living London.  There is a lot of great articles on all health related matters even for people who live outside London.  There is a simple* way to release emotional stress, whether it is regarding current situations, the past or the future. It is so simple that when I first […]

Malka Ahern’s Quantum Health: The Divine Reveal

Malka Ahern’s Quantum Health: The Divine Reveal

Posted by on Jun 1, 2019 in Methods

When I heard Malka Ahern was bringing through a Quantum Health method The Divine Reveal (TDR) and seeking research subjects, I was over the moon and stars because it had been my secret wish to have a QHHT session with Malka. I know Malka through Quantum Healers Support Forum. I enjoy reading her posts, the way she writes […]

Purple-Man

Purple-Man

Posted by on May 10, 2019 in My Magical World, Random Thoughts

From Ego to Attachment Paranoia to Purple-Man Recently I had a consciousness exploration type session and my ego came out to speak. Anyone who knows me well would know that my ego sounded exactly like me when I am being playful. My new practitioner friend, alas, didn’t know that side of me and thought that […]

Wedding Rings, Dress, Flowers and Foot

Wedding Rings, Dress, Flowers and Foot

Posted by on Oct 19, 2018 in Learning to be Greek, Random Thoughts

Recently my husband and I got married again. A lot of Greek people thought we weren’t really married until we were blessed by the church. They do respect other people’s custom but when it involves men with Greek blood, their own rules apply and it’s often easier to comply with their traditions. My Husband and […]

Apokries – the Fun Bits and the Why Not Bits

Apokries – the Fun Bits and the Why Not Bits

Posted by on Mar 19, 2018 in Greece Travel Diary, Learning to be Greek

I named one of my Facebook pages Learning to be Greek because a lot of Greek culture and traditions are still a mystery to me. A fine example is Apokries. The first time my husband told me about Apokries was when we came across people dressing up in costumes on the street, when we first […]