Psychic Blog


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, […]

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 […]

Autumn Equinox

September 19, 2014

The Autumn Equinox takes place at 2.29am on the 23rd September 2014 in the UK. The Autumn Equinox celebrates the end of the season of harvest and recognises the nights are drawing in. Sometimes the event known as Harvest Home or Mabon, the date changes each year depending on when the day and night are […]

Back to School – Children’s Health

September 5, 2014

If you have children in school, then the beginning of September probably marks the last minute running around to get your children ready – uniforms, stationary supplies, books, gym kits, lunch boxes and more… Not to mention checking whether all of the homework has been done! But the beginning of school and the countdown to […]

Tear Bottles

July 25, 2014

Although it is difficult to pinpoint exactly when tear bottles came into being, there are many references made through history: In Roman times tear bottles were fairly common; mourners filled the small glass bottles with tears and then placed them in burial tombs as a symbol of their love and respect. Legend says that a […]

Harness the Power of Ayurveda

May 2, 2014

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine; it takes a holistic view of the body, mind and spirit. Diagnosis is determined by looking at the three life forces (doshas) and the effect of mental attitude (gunas), the treatment focuses on rebalancing. In Sanskrit ‘ayus’ means life and ‘veda’ means science, Ayurveda principles work on […]

Colour Therapy for your Home

April 3, 2014

At this time of year, lots of people start to think about doing a spring clean of their home, perhaps a touch of decluttering as well as some DIY. What you might not realise is just what an impact choosing the right colours for your home can have on your mood and wellbeing! Red is […]

Mythical Creatures – The Griffin

March 25, 2014

What is the Griffin? The Griffin is a fascinating mythical creature that is usually depicted with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle. It is sometimes depicted with a long snake for a tail. This mixture indicates strength and intelligence; the lion is regarded as the king of beasts and the […]


Venus the Goddess of Love & Beauty

May 15, 2013

Universally The Goddess is a symbol of fertility as well as ruler of truth, wisdom, justice, nature, love & death. She is multi faceted in much the same way as we describe women in modern times to be multi tasking – she is often described as ‘She of a Thousand Names’. The Venus figurine (female, […]

The Magician Card

The Magician Card

March 1, 2013

The card numbered 1 in the Major Arcana deck of Tarot cards is The Magician, sometimes called The Magus or The Juggler. In the traditional set of tarot cards (Rider-Waite) The Magician points to the sky with one hand and the earth with the other; the 3 objects in front of him and one that […]