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Emerging from Darkness: A Journey of Healing and Rediscovery

Reflecting on the past 12 months, the journey through illness, death, and healing has been transformative. After the sudden and unexpected death of my mum and the grueling battle with cancer, I found myself embarking on a path of self-discovery and healing that I never anticipated. The physical struggle, marked by chemotherapy and an alternative medicine protocol, was only part of the story. Rebuilding my fitness through movement, particularly focusing on the lower half of the body, was another critical chapter.

During this time, I discovered the profound need for solitude and introspection. Daily walks became my sanctuary, a time for reflection and connection with nature. These moments of peace and clarity often led to creative inspiration, particularly in my music. After returning from my walks, I felt a strong urge to play the guitar, experimenting with new finger styles and letting the music flow from a place deep within me.

The music that emerged from this period was a reflection of my journey from darkness to light. It mirrored my path of healing and transformation, embodying the themes of struggle, persistence, and eventual renewal. This process reminded me that life is a balance of light and shade, and that with perseverance, the light will return, bringing warmth and a realisation that we live in an inherently abundant world.

As my musical skills improve, so too is my coaching. Recently, I booked my first client session following some promotional efforts. The session was incredibly rewarding for both the client and me, reinforcing my commitment to helping others on their journeys. I am deeply grateful for the support I’ve received and encourage you to spread the word. My goal is to assist as many people as possible, and all it takes is for you to give it a try.

Creativity extends beyond music for me; it also flourishes in the kitchen (my breakfast is above). I have a deep passion for food and have become even more convinced that food is medicine. Being intentional and mindful about what we consume can profoundly impact our well-being. Conversely, neglecting this awareness can have detrimental effects.

I invite you to reflect on your own life.

What are you being intentional about in your life? What unconscious pattern would you benefit from interrupting, if you really look? What is too uncomfortable to acknowledge that if you took action, you knew would have the biggest impact? What difference would it make in the lives of your loved ones to make this change? How would you feel if this was already the reality?

Love and blessings to you all,


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