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Getting The Love You Really Want

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Getting The Love You Really, Really Want.

What we truly yearn is choice and freedom. 

For many, any attempt to achieve freedom appears massively ineffective, treacherous, difficult and a Cinderella ‘cinders to the throne’, fairy tale.

Let’s think sensibly! 

Before we emerged into this physical world we had an intimate relationship with the feminine energy. From the time of conception you were physically and emotionally connected to Mother. 

Connection is a fundamental human need. 

When we don’t feel connected, we look to others for approval. But the human quest often involves people pleasing, which if taken to extreme is a destructive energy.  

Dissatisfied people become addicted to ‘needing approval’ and spend countless hours either directly or indirectly seeking. Seekers compare themselves against how they perceive others to be in relationships, career, business and finances. 

Comparing is a destructive element in relationships. Approval from outside sources does not give us the love we want. It is normal to offer and receive approval, but if you feel dissatisfied with how your efforts to please are being rewarded, there is inner work to do. 

Disappointment, dissatisfaction, loneliness is mostly a trans generational trauma. In the study of Epigenetics, we see how trauma is carried through family genes into future generations. Every time this occurs we are slammed into ‘no choice’ again.

Every time you feel you are misunderstood, not considered, overlooked, you are catapulted into feeling ‘no choice’, and helpless.

You wonder why the intensity of emotion, logically you know you can manage your life better, BUT an explosion of emotion is ready to erupt. You either burst out and express, and later regret your behaviour OR you swallow, clench your teeth and hold the emotion in...both behaviours have destructive consequences.

Why does this intensity and force happen? 

Unresolved trans generational trauma is actively locked in your cellular memory. 

Dysfunction in previous generations can be showing up in reoccurring health issues, no matter how hard you have tried to change; habits, behaviour, addiction. 

Most therapies say they can clear these trauma’s, they don’t. I have more than thirty years research working with private clients and from this experience created programs that make permanent change.

In Transforming DNA Memories you learn how to gently work through the ages of trans generational trauma, changing the energy, creating a new and possible (not fairy tale) reality.

My quest is to assist you to have more love, joy and freedom in your life, everyday. 

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. 

Speaker & Human Behaviour Specialist
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IT IS A BEAUTIFUL WORLD

Sunday, October 02, 2016

IT IS A BEAUTIFUL WORLD – with Sylvia Marina ND

Today there are moments when I stare into space, it is the anniversary of when I began my new life – or rather when I left the old life behind. 

So much of that old life is still with me.

Graciously it formed the foundation of who I became.

This weekend is the anniversary of the first time I arrived in Australia. 

Till then my entire life was in the South Island of New Zealand.

Emotions in my belly were doing cartwheels I recall.  The excitement of an unknown future, clouded by the emotions of leaving behind the life I knew was scary. 

I had been charged by one of the elders of our community to be a worthy ambassador – I never truly knew the depth of that responsibility but I do know his words and the energy they carried etched a message into my awareness, associated with being a responsible, good citizen, honest. 

If the young woman of that first weekend in October 1966 had known how the future would unfold, would I have taken that step into the unknown. Possibly!

The frequency of travel now makes that DC-10 trans Tasman flight appear quite trivial. I felt very small, prepared? – well my suitcase was loaded and at the same time, emotionally very unprepared for the unknown.

This was my time to broaden my horizons, extent my awareness and begin my ‘stand alone’ journey.  

To stand-alone means to be responsible for all your outcomes - to actually be alone is a choice.

It was a Saturday evening when I arrived in Sydney, Australia.  Before landing, the plane circled the Sydney Harbour Bridge – an awesome structure spanning Sydney harbour. Soon I recognised the difference between nervous excitement and terrified – I now had what people term as ‘butterflies in my belly’ but it seemed more like a huge flock of seagulls swarming over the remnants of some-ones fish and chips.

With my courage fading, bewildered as to whether I had made a dreadful mistake, we were it seemed, herded into immigration and soon I heard the rubber stamp make its mark in my shiny new passport.

One more step and I would be on Australian soil - I pulled up my drooping shoulders, and with my posture tall I stepped into Australia.

Both Australia and New Zealand have been good to me – one has to grow-up somewhere!

And today these words from Desiderata resonate clearly as I step into my every tomorrow.

Desiderata: Go placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even to the dull and the ignorant, they too have their story... be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be. And whatever your labours and aspirations in the noisy confusion of life, keep peace in your soul. With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams; it is still a beautiful world. 

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND.
Speaker & Human Behaviour Specialist


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LOVE IS CRITICAL

Monday, August 29, 2016

LOVE IS CRITICAL

Love is as critical to the mind and body as oxygen. It’s not negotiable.

I have just presented my four-day “Love” program where the class closing comments included, I now have a new landscape to work with... what happens in the lives of people when the landscape of love gets blurred?

In my years of experience working with people from all walks of life, persuasions and cultures, many accept what I note as abusive behaviours because they have a mantra that affirms to them...some love is better than no love. 

Fulfilling love is a natural anti depressant. The less love you have the more likely you are to feel depressed. Feeling empty, unfulfilled, desolate, it’s hard for people to describe what is missing – they don’t identify or understand their expectations but have an idea, expectations are not being met.

Most depressed people don’t love their self and they do not feel loved by others. They hold onto what they have for fear of being alone. 

Sadly they are alone. 

I must say, most people acknowledge they have an intellectual knowing that they are loved, the problem is they don’t feel it.

Isolated in loneliness, people who don’t feel loved don’t fully participate in relationships, friendships or socially. They become self-focused, making their-self less attractive to others, they are deprive of opportunities to learn new skills for attracting love.

There is a myth that love just happens. 

Actually there are times when it does. Hold a newborn babe and soon you feel the feeling of connectedness and you spontaneously place a tender kiss on the forehead of the little one, at the same time your subconscious whispers to your inner self, I love the way I feel about me when I’m with you. 

For those who had no family role model as to what love is or can be, they gathered notions about love, mostly from TV, movies and songs... the rest has been left to chance.

In the big grown-ups world, when that tenderness has left the relationships, or sadly never been there... depression happens and the depressed sit around waiting for someone to love them unaware that to get love and to keep love there are behaviours to learn and habits to unlearn. What does this mean? 

After the honeymoon...after the initially flurry has faded, when the ideal is not being met, many begin to show their underside by demanding and controlling as to their expectation of what an ideal relationship should be. Interesting when I ask had the ideal relationship conversation ever happened the answer is NO or I didn’t know what I really wanted till I wasn’t feeling loved. And that’s when the nagging, complaining, crying, tantrums and childish behaviours play out again. And if you don’t feel listened to at home, you wait for an audience in the hope of shaming the other(s). 

Or opposites happen. Silence. What’s the matter?...nothing!
Or behind closed door, physical abuse happens stealing another’s dreams, self-worth and human rights of safety, belonging and freedom.

It is not only possible but necessary to change one’s approach to love and to prevent depression. Whether you are in a relationship with another or learning how to love yourself better more fully, the following steps when embraced will bring more love into your life.

Learn to

  • Communicate   
  • Listen to understand – mostly we listen to reply
  • Respect, yourself and each other
  • Value. Know YOUR values
  • Goals, individual and shared goals

One of the places where people lack clarity is choosing their top values. These are non negotiable. Example: 

  • Kindness
  • Truthfulness
  • Respect
  • Appreciation 
  • Time

Love is a best anti depressant – and here is a do not. Don’t confuse love with sex – sex is not the complete answer, love is.

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. 

Speaker & Human Behaviour Specialist

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REPLENISH YOUR SOUL

Thursday, July 07, 2016

REPLENISH YOUR SOUL written by Sylvia Marina ND.


Have you ever come to a point in your life journey when you feel a tad burnt out?
Creativity flown out the window to some, seems like, irretrievable destination – you feel like the words of that old song is being relived in your life...’there’s a hole in the bucket dear henry, dear henry’... it continues ... ‘with what shall I fix it dear henry, dear henry’... with what?


What do you do to revive your sinking spirit, rejuvenate your creativity, replenish your physical exhaustion and put sparkle back into your life? I can tell you from personal experience sleep supports but does not cure fatigue, food and chattels do not provide fulfilment and answers to your emotional and spiritual questions and desires.


Me! I go to the mountains and the lakes. I take time to connect to the sky in all her many phases from dawn through to dawn again – I gaze at the night sky ... not just a look, but a gaze, a contemplation and connectedness till I feel a gratitude for those generations before us who trusted the stars to guide their purpose. I relink to my own trust centre.


I feel the earth, really connect to the earth...own her, attune to her, feel her support, gain a deeper understanding of our ancestor’s footprints and their story.


Their story is within you...within your DNA* memory. 


The reason we have so many yearnings and questions, they come from the voices of our ancestors, located in our DNA and spiritual remembering. Those of you who follow my writings will remember when I speak of spiritual I’m not talking religion.

Now back to the ancestors, forever I have yearned to know and understand their stories. 


I feel my responsibility to continue the dream of my ancestors. 


Recently as I stood on the shores of magnificent snow fed lakes, I felt memories with my feminine sacral awakening – drawing me closer to trust my inner knowing.


And then transported to the feet on my ancestral mountain (I’d love to physically take you on this spiritual renewal journey) where a group of women met for several days to learn more within the scope of Transforming DNA Memories. We quickly learnt it doesn’t matter the physical age – we were from early thirties to late eighties in terms of age – what matters is we find answers to our yearning questions, to gain understanding to situations that contribute to our physical and emotional pain. 


It was my privilege to guide these women to their truth. Through love and gentleness, tears and laughter, we accessed keys to unlock hidden knowledge, wisdom and understanding to awaken the dreams our ancestors dreamt for us so we may extinguish the pain and fatigue of the past and continue our ancestors dream to make this world a better place for all future generations.


I’ve taken this spiritual journey many times. 


Last month, the month of June I felt permission from Great Spirit energy to invite you to join me in 2017 on a ten day spiritual renewal, awakening the unfulfilled dreams you have locked in your DNA – it is these journeys that transfer me to my next level of awareness, confidence and capability.


* DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid, a self-replicating material which is present in nearly all living organisms as the main constituent of chromosomes.
It is the carrier of genetic information.



2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND.
Speaker & Human Behaviour Specialist


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TURN ON YOUR BEST GENES

Friday, June 10, 2016

TURN ON YOUR BEST GENES Written by Sylvia Marina ND.

You can hoard more useless things than junk – in your mind! 

According to my South Australia speaker colleague, Colin Pearce. 

The choices we make over the course of a lifetime can actually alter the way some of your genes express. We can actually increase our happiness by turning "on" the right genes. 

My experience of working with clients for more than 30 years means I’ve interviewed and conversed with many people carrying habits and addictions – it’s debilitating and it’s becoming more common. 

People are missing the true joy of life. 

This expresses itself in us having full lives but not spiritually rewarding lives. Please understand that when I say spiritual I am not referring to religion.

People have full lives, busy lives, lives on a rotating timetable (known as the rat in the wheel syndrome), doing, doing, revolving but not evolving. Constantly adding more and more to our daily lives but not actually accomplishing, not experiencing personal growth or fulfilling life’s purpose – to be wisdom.

Too many become hoarders of doing, hoarders of projects, hoarders of dreams... 

Colin says...hoarding starts small and can build to become a serious disorder. None of the notorious hoarders went out one day and bought 9 tonnes of assorted junk to bring home. They built up their disorder over years, probably starting with a wardrobe of clothes or a drawer of pens!

Ouch, the pens...!! Who has the Bower Bird approach – bringing home brightly colored objects to line the nest? The bachelor Bower Bird does this to attract a mate – I wonder why humans have adopted this practice? I know...some of the pens were gifts, but many have been ‘intently taken by... hoarders’.

Many of my readers have been following my work, my personal self-growth and professional development. I’ve been a gatherer, or rather a reluctance to ‘throw out’ – it’s easy to make excuses – deprived childhood...da-de-daa – it can become an endless mantra – over the years I’ve jest - I didn’t inherited the housework gene.

The truth exists in this statement... the choices we make over the course of a lifetime can actually alter the way some of our genes express.

The good news is... we can re-program ourselves.

I’ve worked successfully with myself and hundreds of clients to specifically reprogram to reduce stress, enhance health, improve mood, gain clarity and vitality.

At the interface of science, spirituality and conscious evolution...

You can actually change habits and addictions.
You can increase happiness by “turning on” the right genes.

You can re-direct unconscious neurological gene expression set points and change them into positive accomplishment.

Often we walk the pathways of our mind, only to re-discover what we already know – consider how life betterment can happen when you identify and discard patterns of behavior that have been limiting your life, simply because you were not aware of their presence.

I promise you, life is a mind-expanding adventure – if you allow!

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. 

Human Behaviour Specialist & Speaker

T: +61 (0) 412 198 612 

E: info@sylviamarina.com         
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2016 Leader of Influence Award Within Perth's Small Business Community.


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HOW IMPORTANT IS FREEDOM TO YOU?

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

HOW IMPORTANT IS FREEDOM TO YOU? Written by Sylvia Marina ND.

To me.. it is everything! And yet as I re-view my life, I can see times when the younger self didn’t think so positively about the “me”.

Perhaps it was because I didn’t understand awesome, brilliant, true happiness and love. In reality, I didn’t trust.

I didn’t trust love...didn’t know what love was or what it could be.

Locked in an emotional cage of “black and white’, “can and cannot”, “have and have-nots” we build a view of the world and more tragic ... we build a view of our role in our fixed tidbit of the world – I guess that’s called restricted viewing – I had a cheap seat like that once at the ballet!

The consequence of restricted viewing?.. Our miniature view becomes to us the whole picture – our complete world...till we begin wondering, where are those other noises coming from – perhaps there is more beyond ‘the view’.

To pries the door, the emotional door... is to become an opportunist ... or when the cage door is left ajar for a moment...make a run.

Now the question - away from or towards...

If we run from, we approach the future with fear!

When we run to...


We trust our self.
We allow our intuition to take us.

We trust the future will support us.

Do you allow yourself to trust – if trust were another word for love, how much are you allowing. Are you waiting for permission to be released from your cage? If so who will give that permission?

If you are waiting for permission from another – is this person the holder of the key to your cage...have you checked, is your cage actually locked or do you just think it is.

Remember the story of the grown elephant with the little chain on his leg – it was put there when the elephant was an infant elephant. Young elephant learnt the chain was too heavy, too attached, restrictive...elephant learnt the rules and for-ever-more caged to a chain, living a life of restrictions, a life devised for another’s pleasure! Had the cage not deadened the voice of intuition, grown-up elephant could absolutely break free.

The question then...break free to where? 

Is this question the reason why many return to abusive and violent domestic life, choosing to live in less than ideal conditions, work a lesser job for lesser pay than their true worth.

Is it because the cage provides shelter, food and water and the sometimes attention. 

Here is my little toot to you today...

If that thing called INTUITION were your soul...could you trust it?
If that thing called LOVE were self-love... can you embrace it?

My wish for you...I wish you happiness.

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. 

Human Behaviour Specialist & Speaker

Sylvia can be reached at +61 (0) 412 198 612 

Email: info@sylviamarina.com          http://www.sylviamarina.com

2016 Leader of Influence Award Within Perth's Small Business Community.


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LIVING THE DREAM

Monday, April 18, 2016

LIVING THE DREAM written by Sylvia Marina ND.

There are times in life when the emotion you feel in your heart just can’t find the words that adequately express what you desire to say.

Supporting friends through a period of dark grief, David & I have just journeyed through a time when it seemed a squillion years of life bundled into one week. I frequently remind myself, life is one moment at a time. 

In times of extreme pressure following loss of life, loss of physical companionship and friendship, remember to breathe. 

Each moment passes and with a new breath you are preparing your self for the next moment. What that next moment will be we never know, however just by purposefully breathing, we have renewed strength.

I’m honoured to say, that through this week of emotions, I was kindly referred to as the ‘heart-mother’. If my role was to guide those who were hurting so deeply back to love, self-kindness and stability then my support and skills had value.

Through this time of distress, during the day I was teaching a beautiful program Transforming DNA Memories. Frequently from the participants I heard their words of desire...love, freedom, deserving, allowing, actively participating, vision, being, wisdom, belonging...

Early on one of those mornings, just after my quiet meditation I read the following words from an unknown author... it seems fitting to share them with you.

If you ever fall in love....
Fall in love with someone who wants to know your favourite colour and not just how you like your coffee.

Fall in love with someone who loves the way you laugh and would do absolutely anything to hear it.

Fall in love with someone who puts their head on your chest just to hear your heart beat.

Fall in love with someone who kisses you because they love to, not because they’re hoping for a favour in return.

Fall in love with someone who is proud to show you off to everyone they know.

Fall in love with someone who questions why you were afraid to fall in love in the first place.

Fall in love with someone who would never want to hurt you.

Fall in love with someone who falls in love with your flaws and thinks you are perfect just the way you are.

Fall in love with someone who knows that you are the one they would love to wake up to each day.

And I add...Fall in love with someone who fits your destiny, not your history. Day by day our role is to prepare our self for our future, our future love, and future life. 

In Transforming DNA Memories we waken the dreams that our ancestors dreamt for us and continue their dream of making this world a better place for all of our future generations.

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND.
Human Behaviour Specialist & Speaker

Sylvia can be reached at +61 (0) 412 198 612 

Email: info@sylviamarina.com          http://www.sylviamarina.com

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JOYS & GRIEF

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

JOYS & GRIEF written by Sylvia Marina ND.

As I write it is early morning, the dawn has a light autumn feel, the birds are making happy chirping sounds in our garden. My heart is so full of love and gratitude for everyone and everything I have in my life.

Sunday was my birthday and in our part of the world we celebrated Easter weekend. Beautiful invitations happened, dear Kez invited us to have dinner with her family and friends and in her words, “for more than twenty years I have wanted to sit at the same table as Sylvia”. I was choked with the delight of someone desiring to have my company and creating the opportunity to make it happen.

Why wait soooo long... when the time is right, when spirit energy aligns for our loves and new lessons to happen – often we don’t know why we wait to make desires happen – for me, my heart is joyous...we relaxed, shared stories, laughed and created memories. 

It was not only Easter and Birthday, it is the beginning of a year in which I intend to celebrate life...through my work, my many loves and interests, family and friends.

I am deeply aware that whilst this has personally been a time of great joy, many are going through sorrow and grief. 

Grief is an inevitable part of life but that doesn’t make navigating it any easier. Along with a crew of volunteers, I chair the International Grief Support Foundation Inc. this group was founded in the year 2000. 

The deep sorrow that accompanies the death of a loved one, the end of a marriage, the loss of a pet, career, money, lifestyle, a diagnosis or trauma, loss of health and life energy vibrancy, loss of a dream or business, separation, divorce or even moving far away from home or your birthplace, is real. While grief is universal, we all grieve differently. 

Grief is normal and natural and therefore not a disorder, a phobia, a depression... or anxiety. Grief is natural. 

Through the many years I specialized with supporting people through their Cancers, the patients and their families acknowledged the work of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross as she described her theory in her book the five stages of death/grief.

1) Denial
2) Anger
3) Bargaining
4) Depression
5) Acceptance.

Each of these stages can happen within seconds, minutes, days, weeks or longer – denial that the ‘news’ or diagnosis has happened to anger that it happened to them, and in tragedy, searching for someone or something to blame, to bargaining with god, medical and for miracles, signs of depression includes silence, forgetfulness, mind blanking, frozen in fear, separating oneself from family  & society, to acceptance of the reality.

I always remind people to be kind to their-self and remember there is no time-frame to grief – neither is it something to get-over. 

When I was a young mother, I experienced the loss of an unborn baby. At that time, I had another life to move into, another child to care for and well meaning people who said...just move on it wasn’t supposed to be! 

I recognized people were trying to help me...what happened was delayed grief – fifteen years later I had an occurrence that triggered a tsunami of grief, the amassed sorrow of suppressed grief. It felt like every part of my body had been holding the grief and as I uncontrollably cried, everywhere in my body where the grief had been held now released pain.

It was months of physical pain and emotional sorrow till that ‘one day’ I walked into a little church and sat in silence, searching for and surrendering to the place of solace. 

Later that day, just before sunset I went to the river, a place called Deepwater Point where I mentally released the pain – it never returned – that day was my day of, acceptance.

Could I have released the grief earlier...possibly. However, throughout the years, I had not the awareness that I was still carrying the sadness.

What I learnt, we all grieve differently.

2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. 

Human Behaviour Specialist & Speaker

Sylvia can be reached at +61 (0) 412 198 612 

Email: info@sylviamarina.com          http://www.sylviamarina.com

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Enabling people to live a life free from emotional pain and trauma.

BEHAVIOUR & PASSION

Monday, March 07, 2016

BEHAVIOUR & PASSION

If you could see you the way I see you... you would understand you a lot deeper. ~ Sylvia Marina ND. Human Behaviour Specialist.


For more than 30 years, I’ve been studying behaviour in what I call, small things, that grow into enormous mountains. Unless the root cause is addressed the behaviour grows into a habit, addiction and spiritual abuse.


I’ve been noticing, people draw on the ‘wheel of life’ abundance in certain areas – let’s take finances for example. They have the ability to acquire whatever money will buy – however money does not buy fulfillment, money does not buy everlasting love – the deficit of fulfillment leaves you with a sad and empty heart.


A human behaviour specialist, I continue my study because with each decade, life and life’s stresses change and I want to have an incredible depth of knowledge to help the people who trust me with their deepest dreams and desires, hurts, misunderstandings and times of being misunderstood.


I want to understand the changes that happen within each decade of change. The generations that preceded my life moved from solely relying on the land, rivers and oceans to trading between families that became communities and then the industrial revolution happened. 


Most of my childhood was spent with no electricity no running water to the home and the closest telephone communication was two miles away across valleys and rocky ridges. We were not alone in our isolation. There were many... who lived near the outskirts of town limits, living with sparse – either by choice or chance it still happens today.


I continue my study because whether life evolves by choice or chance everyone needs understanding and support. As a Human Behaviour Specialist it is within my role to see the pain spots and search for solutions that lead to the greatest change in the minimal and smartest way within each life entrusted to my care.


Some days, the stress spots of modern life are computers and communication, people and relationships, finances and uncertainty. The many generations that preceded us knew the value of sharpening the saw, developing an arrow that was precise, knowing the tide and moon phases and how to use the signs of nature for survival. 


In these modern times of challenges and uncertainty, I quickly spot those who are blindly seeking, jumping from one disappointing idea/relationship to another – trying to find a place to give their love in the hope of it being reciprocated. Too many settle for the adage, some love is better than no love – this decision leads to anger and disappointment – people discover pain and heartache and eventually come to realise they are creating or repeating ‘spiritual abuse’ to their self.


Too often people recognize that they are repeating behaviour that brings disappointment and consciously think that behavior change is hard or they don’t know where to start – I work with these dear souls everyday.
I see small steps leading to epic behavioral change. 


If I can’t help you, if there are biological factors that will prevent real change, I’ll let you know immediately.


2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND.
Human Behaviour Specialist & Speaker

Sylvia can be reached at +61 (0) 412 198 612 

Email: info@sylviamarina.com          http://www.sylviamarina.com


2014 Top 100 Influential Person Of The Year Within Perth's Small Business Community.

2015 Top 100 Influential Person Of The Year Within Perth's Small Business Community.

2016 Leader of Influence Award Within Perth's Small Business Community.

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Enabling people to live a life free from emotional pain and trauma.


THE START OF 2016

Sunday, February 07, 2016

Dear Friends,
The start of 2016 is full of amazing experiences and beautiful lessons.

We began the year with three days Getting The Love You Want at a fabulous arts venue in East Fremantle – just right for ‘new year visions’ expanding the mind to new possibilities.


At the conclusion of the program I grasped the opportunity to fly to New Zealand and spend time with family as my elder brother-in-law graciously approached the end of this life. It was beautiful to sit and chat and learn from an elder – to ask the questions that I’d often thought...I must ask Graeme that sometime...well now was the time. 

To learn of the life experiences and calling into the ministry – from turning the hymn sheets as his Mother played the church organ at the Chatham Islands, to hearing the call of God to his own heart to continue God’s work on earth. His life as a person, husband, parent, friend, teacher, reverend cannon, kaumatua/elder... So many chats of heartfelt value – and I, eager to listen and learn! As I sat by his bed he would say...what shall we talk about this time, I had the question, Graeme with serious love & humour would talk till he fell asleep again.

We don’t always get or take the opportunity to do these things.

Back to my home in Perth to prepare myself and thoughts for Copenhagen, Denmark! Annemarie had everything prepared for me. Student workbooks translated & printed, class registrations, and me a comfy bed and her generous hospitality. I received two invitations to teach Transforming DNA Memories. 1) Denmark. 2) Norway.

I was preparing to return to Perth when Graeme passed. It was a long flight...Copenhagen, Dubai, Perth, 90 minutes at home to repack from winter to summer, then flights to Perth-Melbourne, Auckland, Blenheim. A marathon I will remember for a long time. It was the completion of one life journey and the start of many new beginnings. The legacy that Graeme left in the hearts and lives of those he touched is truly a blessing – I remember our five day Mastery retreat – every day he returned from his walk with a cone or seed pod and shared the lesson of what that nature story meant. 

It was winter and we were in the freezing high country of New Zealand – our lodge accommodation was warm, the warmth opened the cones and the seeds fell out – before we left that place we scattered the seeds for the birds and possibility new growth in the spring.

The spirit and influence of these life experiences I treasure.

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