In this post I will be looking at four ways our inner life and inner healing supports our outwards healing. We often focus on all the external stuff but actually a lot of the keys and clues for healing the symptom lie in healing the inner man. I’ll be sharing from a recent testimony in my life. I caught a cold last Saturday and anyone who really knows me knows that I do everything within my power NOT to get sick. Anything that ramps up the immune system when you have an autoimmune condition equals lots of pain, discomfort and an Continue Reading →
***Every once in a while I want to let you into my own growth and healing journey, I can’t promise it will be regular but I hope that it will be honest enough to encourage you.*** I’m feeling sentimental today. I’m looking back over my past websites here and here and each of them represent a part of me, a period of my life, footsteps on my healing journey. Although many times we may feel that it would be nice to reminisce and go back, the truth is that we can never go back, going back is never the same Continue Reading →
2nd Update: the replay is an extract from the training call (first 20 minutes) – for access to the full training call please contact me. Update: the the replay for the training call is at the end of this post. Next Monday I will be running a live training call on overcoming personal resistance to change. This year I would like to deliver a host a fee training call for my community to support them in really living a full life and unlocking their inner champion, I know how difficult it is live fully and express the real amazing person Continue Reading →
Last week we looked at the importance of authentic faith and it goes very nicely with this week’s topic Health Behaviours and Positive Life Choices. We already know the scripture Faith without works is dead, but as we saw from last week as Christians we tend to focus on only one half of the equation, Faith. I love how the AMP says it: So too, faith, if it does not have works [to back it up], is by itself dead [inoperative and ineffective]. (James 2: 17)
So today I want to share something (two things actually) quite close to my heart. The first is the replay of last night’s training call which was a big deal for me for very personal reasons but also I have a confession to make. This confession is actually the catalyst for last night’s training call, because without what I learnt during this season I wouldn’t have been able to share at all. What is it?
The theme this week in my Facebook group/Facebook page has been around trusting God, specifically how our trust in God can actually support health, healing and well-being. On Monday I shared a short video outlining why and how trusting God does this, and on Wednesday I shared an infographic outlining the 5 common barriers to us really trusting God. Today I want to talk about an area that I know I have struggled with personally and something which I believe is a challenge for most people if not every Believer if they were to really look into their hearts, thoughts and Continue Reading →
This post is actually a recycle and re-use of a training call I did on 5 Keys to creating a Life you Love living. I had so much positive feedback from the training plus I feel that the message fell so heavily upon me that I know that it’s worth sharing some of the points here for those of you who might need this message. So here goes. 5 Keys to Unlocking greater Contentment But godliness with contentment is great gain. 1 Timothy 6: 6
I personally know how difficult it is to be a Christian and come face-to-face with Paleo eating, so it was so refreshing for me to read this guest blog post from Alicia Wood a certified Holistic Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Much food for thought here on how to eat for health and well-being. I was reading Chris Kressler’s newsletter the other day and he spoke of how he believes in Ancestral Nutrition and the Paleo Diet. That got me to thinking; I also believe in Ancestral Nutrition but from a very different perspective than he, from Continue Reading →