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Flow with the change

Flow with the change

Hi there! I hope this blog finds you well and happy. I’m enjoying the tail end of summer here in the Southern Hemisphere, although today it’s a little chilly where I am.

Usually, I love summer and all the energy and activities that come with it. However, this year has been challenging, and I’m sure I’m not alone. It feels like I’ve been in hibernation, waiting for something to change, and I’ve been struggling to understand what’s happening and doubting myself and my place in life.

I know many of us tend to focus on the negative, but I’ve learned that when we look for the negative, there is so much to dwell upon and get swallowed up by. It’s been a lifelong learning experience for me, and I want to share my inner turmoil with you in case you’re feeling the same way.

I’ve spent the past few years working with people facing many health and emotional challenges, and I’ve been a medium for them to make sense of it all for themselves. But recently, I’ve struggled with my energy levels and physical confusion. I’ve realized that for some reason I neglected to give to myself and lost contact with my own needs while I was busy helping others.

During my weeks of deliberation, I understood that now it’s time for me to learn how to keep my life force energy in balance, more than ever. I owe it to myself first, and then I can continue working with others. I have taken some simple steps to change things in my life, and I want to share some of the lessons I’ve learned to restore my life force.

Here are some tips that have worked for me:

  • Find a daily practice that feeds your soul – this is an intimate space between you and you, without distractions. (Meditation, walking alone, dancing, swimming, singing, writing, painting) spend as much time as you can reconnect
  • Keep this commitment to uphold this practice no matter what.
  • Learn to be flexible. We hold onto old ways and habits of doing things.
  • Most importantly, say NO to activities that drain you, and release toxic relationships
  • Turn the thoughts around and understand how you created this situation.
  • Change is tricky as there is an element of loss, ending, and closing doors. Energy works that way. We need to shift something out to allow something in.
  • Rest and recuperate, have your boundaries to keep you restored.
  • Have fun and spend time with those who lift your spirits.
  • Maintain a healthy diet that suits you and is easy to adapt.
  • Sleep when you can. Mini rests are helpful in a busy schedule.

I hope these tips can help you as much as they have helped me. Remember, taking care of yourself first, is essential and everything else will fall into place.

Don’t hesitate to share your struggle with putting yourself first, and let’s support each other in our journeys.

Remeber to use these hashtags when sharing.

#selfcare #balance #mentalhealth #spiritualhealth #wellness

Much love. Until we meet again. From my heart to yours.


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The wounded healer

The wounded healer

Hey there friends,

As someone with Chiron in the 4th House in the sign of Pisces, in my astrological chart, I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on what it means to be a wounded healer as I have chosen the profession of helping others and teaching them to navigate their lives through the wounds and healing as we go along, finding understand and forgiveness has always been key.

The Shadow self reveals itself for the opportunity to heal. Chiron is often referred to as the “wounded healer” in astrology because it represents our deepest wounds and the areas where we are called to heal ourselves and others.

Chiron represents your Way of Wounding and Healing. Its placement in Sign and House reveals where we have our spiritual wound that we must work to heal in this lifetime. Consider a person with Chiron in Aries in the 6 th House. Aries is a Fire Sign. Fire’s expression is pioneering, creative, and exploratory.

The Sixth House is commonly referred to as the House of Health. Implicit in maintaining good health is the ability to cope in the face of adversity, and this theme rings truest in the Sixth House. As human beings, we naturally have shortcomings.

It’s not always easy to deal with Chiron in our charts. We may feel like we’re constantly facing our own wounds and struggles, and it can be tempting to give up and feel like we’re never going to heal fully. But the truth is, we’ve come here to heal. As the famous quote goes, “The wound is the place where the light enters you.”

Being a wounded healer means that we have the ability to help others heal from their own wounds. Through our own experiences, we have gained wisdom and insight that we can use to assist others on their own healing journeys. We have the empathy and understanding that comes from having been through it ourselves.

Of course, it’s important to remember that we are still human and we still have our own wounds to tend to. It’s essential that we take care of ourselves first and foremost so that we can be the best healers we can be. This may mean seeking out our own healing practices and therapy to help us work through our own issues.

Ultimately, dealing with Chiron in our astrological charts is a journey. It’s not always easy, but it can bring great growth and healing if we’re willing to do the work. As we continue to heal, we can use our experiences to help others do the same.  Sending you much love as we all heal together collectively at the perfect time.

Much love. Until we meet again. From my heart to yours.


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Hey there friends,

I wanted to share something with you today that I’ve come to understand about myself and how I make decisions. As we all know, life can be full of choices, and knowing which path to take can be challenging. But I’ve realized that our intuition is our best guide and that gut feeling or inner voice tells us what feels right and doesn’t.

Now, I know that sometimes our intuition can be hard to hear. We might be surrounded by noise or be so focused on what we think we should do that we miss the signals our intuition sends us. But that’s why it’s so important to stop and listen when things don’t resonate. We should find a space to understand the feeling, not change it.

And here’s the thing, our perspective on things can change over time. What felt right yesterday may not feel right today. And that’s okay. It’s important to be respectful of how our decisions might affect others, but at the end of the day, being true to ourselves is the most important thing.

So, if you’re ever in a situation where you’re unsure of what to do, take a step back, take a deep breath, and tap into your intuition. See what it tells you, and remember, it’s okay to change your mind and grow as a person. Trust yourself. Trust your gut.  It is easier than you may think.

Until we meet again. From my heart to yours.

Much love.  Marléne