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June Newsletter

Updated: Jul 31, 2022

Greetings and salutations lovely peeps

I was so preoccupied with my art exhibition at Lancaster Library this month that I almost forgot my newsletter. Almost, but not quite.

We’ve just had a new moon in Cancer (29th) so, as always, with the new beginnings of new moons, it’s a time to set new intentions. In line with the home loving, nurturing sign of Cancer, I share with you some of the questions I’m asking myself this cycle.

  • Who and what do I most care about?

  • What aspects of my being needs nurturing right now with care and compassion?

  • Am I paying attention to the deep roots of my own being?

Be willing to redefine yourself every day.

Deepak Chopra

Who could benefit from CranioSacral Therapy?

Everyone, from new born to the elderly, can benefit, though with some, the improvement may be more dramatic than with others.

Children respond well to CST because it is gentle, non-invasive, and effective in ways they can intuitively recognise. CST is also recommended during pregnancy, as it calms the nervous system of both mother and baby and helps Mum's body adapt to the changes that take place, especially during the last trimester. It will also help the birth process itself, and any birth trauma baby and mum may experience.

Our weather has been so volatile recently that coughs and colds are emerging. One of my favourite (and easy to make cough syrups) is honey and onion. The syrup is soothing for the irritated throat and has antibacterial and antiviral qualities. In addition, it thins the mucous and makes it easier to cough and expel muco

us out of your respiratory tract. I also add a clove of garlic as an additional healthy boost.

Place a sliced onion in 2/3 tablespoons of honey (local if you can get it). Leave for an hour and take 1 teaspoon of the 'juice' every few hours. That's it. And it tastes good too.

This month’s book is another Lynne McTaggart book which segues into this time of the new moon and the setting of new intentions. The book is The Intention Experiment.

Lynne McTaggart joins forces with a team of international, renowned scientists to test the effects of focused group intention on scientifically quantifiable targets - animal, plant and human.

These events form part of an extraordinary scientific story and revolutionary discovery - that thought is a thing that affects other things.

These remarkable results prove human thought and intention has the power to focus our lives, heal our illnesses, clean up our communities and improve the planet. This book also shows you how to harness that power to make changes in your own life.”

And on that note I wish you all a fun, summery July.

Please share with me any thoughts you had after reading these words. And do feel free to unsubscribe if this is not for you.



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