Psychic Blog


Karmic Will

Interpreting ‘Will’

March 2, 2017

We talk about will in the context of having ‘our own free will’, an ability to choose and decide what we should say and do in any given situation. But what you may not realise is that there are four recognised types of will, and that your unique personality plays a part in which type […]

The 8-week Blood Sugar Diet Recipe Book

World Diabetes Day

November 9, 2016

The 14th November is World Diabetes Day. Diabetes type 2 came to my attention on reading an article by Michael Mosley for the Daily Mail that serialised his book – The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet and his wife’s (Clare Bailey) subsequent recipe book to accompany: The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet Recipe Book that was written […]

Achoo - cold & flu season

Winter Health

October 12, 2016

Tis the season – No, I’m not talking about Christmas (I hear you breathe a sigh of relief), I am of course talking about cold and flu season… We are all more susceptible to coughs and colds at this time of year, but there are simple things that we can do to boost our immune […]

Martial Arts

Martial Arts

September 28, 2016

If you like physical activity, but would like to try something that brings more harmony to your mind, body and spirit then some form of martial arts may be just the thing. There are many different types of martial arts, but each require a focus on breath, a non-distracted mind, self-discipline, concentration and a calm […]

Positive Thinking Image Cloud

Positive Mental Attitude

January 29, 2016

About 70 years ago author – Napoleon Hill coined the phrase “that the mind can conceive, the will can achieve”. This statement is just as true today, and is the foundation of positive mental attitude or positive thinking. Psychologists say that we tend to act out our attitudes, for example a hospital patient that spent […]

Cartoon Rabbits in bed - snug as a bug in a rug

Snug as Bug in a Rug

January 15, 2016

As I write this article the wet, windy cold weather is beginning to bite and we are all probably running our heating up to the max. In November and December we want our houses all cosy as our focus turns to nesting and getting ready for Christmas. But in the cold light of day of […]


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 […]

Insomnia, clock watching

Is your job keeping you awake at night?

May 15, 2015

3 out of 10 people living in Britain suffer with sleep problems. Insomnia is defined as: Lying awake for a long time or waking several times a night. Waking and not being able to get back to sleep. Feeling tired, irritable, unrefreshed and unable to concentrate during the day. Sleep difficulties normally happen at least […]