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May: Superstitions

May 2, 2017

Beltane Saxons and Celts celebrated Beltane on the 1st May, it was a ‘fire’ festival, Bel standing for the God of Sun, the day was all about welcoming the return of the sun after winter; fire and torches were often part of the festivities. May Day May Day was originally a European festival, and focused […]

Christmas Stress

Let it go…

December 23, 2016

The chances are if you have young children in your family, in the last few years you will have sung along to the Disney song from the famous film ‘Frozen’ called ‘Let It Go’. I bring it up, because it is a fantastic ‘mantra’ for the holiday season. To quote another song, ‘It’s the most […]

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Ribbon Reading – Part 2

April 15, 2016

In the first part of our Ribbon Reading article we explored colours – Silver, Blue Red and striped ribbon. If you missed the first part then click here first. Now we explore the remaining colours and their meanings: Yellow: You put people at their ease, you are funny, creative, social, happy and a great communicator […]

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Tree Man

August 14, 2015

Retired psychic reader Rachel, has been kind enough to share her poem with us: I sense your sadness Needs a little magic today Take a walk with me Let me show you the way To a forest of Tree Men With kind knowing eyes You will feel so safe As you listen to their wise […]

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Fair Trade

May 22, 2015

I think it is fair to say that there is growing consumer demand for more ethically sourced / manufactured products; in food, clothes and even things like wood products. The fact that big players such as Nestle and Cadbury are producing favourite confectionary items such as Dairy Milk and Kit Kat with certification like Fair […]

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Feng Shui

March 20, 2015

Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophy, harmonising the relationship between humans and their environment. For centuries the Chinese have used Feng Shui techniques to ensure the flow of energy is enhanced, in turn creating good fortune. One simple way to get to grips with Feng Shui is via a Pa Kua Grid (see image). Place […]

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Fresh Starts

February 6, 2015

Fresh Starts, By Reader Yianna, PIN: 3242 In October 2013 I moved from Cyprus to Romania because sadly Cyprus was starting to have too many problems like the banking system etc. Romania has the climate of the Mediterranean, so I felt it was a nice change of scene and a good option weather-wise for a […]

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Tree Calendar

December 18, 2014

I was thinking about the symbols around Christmas – sparkly lights, wreaths, mistletoe, baubles and of course tree’s and all of their meanings and place in our celebrations and I came across a Celtic Tree Calendar, which I thought I would share with you. The ‘Tree Calendar has 13 divisions, and it is a lunar […]

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Cooking Oils

December 12, 2014

With Christmas just around the corner and with many of us about to embark on a holiday of cooking and feasting, it seemed a perfect time to explore different cooking oils. It wasn’t so long ago that we all cooked at home using vegetable oil and Extra Virgin Olive Oil was classified as exotic. Nowadays, […]

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FOMO – Fear of Missing Out!

October 31, 2014

Fear of missing out is a very 21st century malaise, in part driven by social networking and just how connected to everyone else’s lives we are. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more have given us a 24/7 view of our colleagues, friends and families lives and it doesn’t always make for comfortable viewing. Rather than enjoying […]