Thursday, 1 June 2017

Natural Aid First - Workshop in Coin, Spain

Emergency Natural Aid tools and techniques with Hazel Humble
​No-one to turn to?
What can you do?
Know that waiting for help results in worsening symptoms?
This workshop gives confidence to help yourself and others in these fearful moments.
Have you ever been on your own or in a crowd where either you, a loved one or a stranger needs help in the moment?
Hazel will be sharing with you the tools she has used on these unexpected occasions during the last 30 years.
Saturday 17th June 2017
Venue:  Coin, Malaga, Spain
11 am – 3 pm

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Tuesday, 2 May 2017

The Full Flower Moon – 10th May 2017

The Full Flower Moon is so called as it is the time of year when the flowers are in full bloom and the earth is fertile bringing forth abundance. The best days in May 2017 for planting according to the farmer’s almanac are for above ground crops 1, 27 and 28th May. For below ground crops the 19th and 20th May.

The Full Flower Moon on May 10th 2017 brings us a daring period of intensity mixed with assertiveness. Passions well up from the depths, energy rises, romance blossoms. With the full Moon in Scorpio and the Sun in Taurus true paths reveal themselves. The paths of temptation appear by contrast, a misty haze, indicating that some things are just too good to be true - invariably with a price to pay. This full moon is a reminder not to take short cuts, or cut corners. If you are going to do something, do it from your heart, with determination and passion or don’t do it at all. Pluto the ruler of Scorpio is also in retrograde motion, this indicates that you cannot deceive yourself for if you attempt too, the effects will be experienced as conflict within. This full moon is our personal karma in action and is urging us to transform our disguises, take off our masks and let the Lantern of Strength, reveal our true self.

Sunday, 9 April 2017

April Full Egg Moon (Pink Moon) - 11th April 2017

The April Full Egg Moon (Pink Moon) on 11th 2017 is called so, due to the time of year when the geese lay their eggs, also it marks the end of mourning, dieting and fasting, signifying the beginning of spring, new growth, a new beginning and rebirth. 

With the Sun situated in Aries and the moon taking its place in Libra this represents the point of equilibrium, the balance, where all things are equal.  The flame of creativity and ambition is being fed by the oxygen of Libra, fueling its ambition; this cardinal pressure begins to create movement.  It can be likened to firing up an engine in a car and once it takes hold you can drive wherever you wish to go – many destinations are possible.  Reason mixes with the spark to create action that is then tempered with adjustment. 

This Libra egg moon allows you to see both sides of a situation or an issue, therefore, relationships reveal their beauty and their flaws, two sides of a coin can be seen at once, the light and the dark,  revealing the polarity of all things.   

Thoughts and feelings may collide with each other until they reach a conclusion, an agreement.   Our thoughts need to match what we are feeling or conflict can be felt within.  Your inner scales can swing from extreme left to right until this alignment takes place and balance is restored.

According to the Farmer’s Almanac the period from this Full Moon through the last quarter of the Moon is the best time for killing weeds, thinning, pruning, mowing, cutting timber, and planting below-ground crops.