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Three entities, two split dimensions ... and a partridge in a pear tree!

... a moment of stillness dangles in water droplets on dried flax leaves ... image ...

Well actually the line should finish 'a big bolt out of the blue'. But I thought you'd miss the reference to the Christmas song which stands hands on hips and mocks when life keeps arriving, hand over fist, flowing and flooding faster than I can adapt and run to keep up. Or not. Along with the rough and tumble of my last few weeks in the 'river', we offer you a simple explanation of how to gently and safely resolve entity issues, based on our experience...

Thursday, March 19, 2015/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (2529)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

So much for a huge decision and 12 year commitments ending - now what?

January is always a time of deep shifts and change but this year it has been super-charged. Many things completed at the end of 2013 and space opened up in my life for new wonders, along with a challenge from Me to me ... 

Tuesday, January 28, 2014/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (2628)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

At last… an abundance of answers!

After waiting for three years, seven years, and who knows how many lifetimes, at last I have an abundance of answers.

And also, some answers about abundance!

Saturday, November 30, 2013/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (3239)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

A wiggly woggly story of many bits and pieces about my process of remembering how to create change in my body

The whole thing about creating physical healing with energy has bugged me for ever. Because I've never yet been able to find a lever to pull or a button to push to make it happen. I'm still groping in the dark looking for the light switch, but I think I might be a little closer to something...

Wednesday, October 30, 2013/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (1980)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

A week inside my world - how I dealt with finding a large lump in my breast

I walk past this walled garden most days on my way to work. I keep noticing the shadows cast by the gate.

This is the story of me dealing with finding a large lump in one breast. It's not often that a discrete piece of growth and self development illuminates how I navigate the deep places in my life, but here you have one. I hope you'll see inside my growth process, and understand a little bit about how I cope (or not) when things don't appear to be hunky dory.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (2345)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

Reflections in the place of not knowing

... reflections in the pool at the Katherine Mansfield memorial ...

The story of my beloved's debilitating illness, recovery and relapse, and the perfection of dissolving illusions of relationship. And about Being Love.

Friday, May 4, 2012/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (1271)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

How you can stop a cold or flu in its tracks - part 2

Viral infections used to wipe me out for a week, and take another fortnight to go away. Now they are only somewhat problematic for a few days. If you want to know how I do this, read on. There's some work to do to get yourself organised, but when the next virus hits you'll realise that work is really worth the effort.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (10553)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 1.0

How you can stop a cold or flu in its tracks - part 1

There's a great benefit that came with learning how to support my weak adrenals - I know how to avoid the pain and discomfort that comes with a viral infection. There's a lot to know about this and I'm only providing a summary with references if you want more information - so here goes!

Sunday, September 25, 2011/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (6630)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating

A solution to a very old problem

Monarch butterflies and fiery throat-tickle-soothing brews...

Sunday, March 20, 2011/Author: maddy schafer/Number of views (852)/Comments ()/ Article rating: No rating
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