Homeopathy & Health Class 28th May

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We’ll be running a class on Homeopathy and Health on Saturday 28th May from 10:00-13:00.
Come along to learn how to use your first aid homeopathic kits to treat yourself and your family for everyday ailments.

On the day, we’ll also be sharing helpful tips on diet, supplements and natural remedies to boost health, happiness and general well-being.

Bring your questions and we’ll be happy to share our knowledge.

The cost of the class is €30.

Please contact us via Facebook, email (lifeflowcentre@gmail.com) or phone (087-3336709) to secure your place.

My Song

I welcome the first day of summer by attending a yoga and music workshop with musician and yoga teacher Jack Harrison.

We lie down and begin with some breathing exercises. Jack strums his guitar, recites poetry and sings.

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Life Loves You

I decided to accept a seven-day challenge given by Louise Hay and Robert Holden in their beautiful book Life Loves You: 7 Spiritual Practices to Heal Your Life. 

Yesterday was Day 7 so today I’m going to tell you all about this seemingly simple exercise that took me places I never expected…

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Class on Homeopathy & Health Saturday 12th December

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Upon request, we’ll be running another class on Homeopathy & Health in The Lifeflow Centre on Saturday 12th December from 10am – 1pm as some of you couldn’t make it last Saturday.

Come along to learn how to use your first aid homeopathic kits to treat yourself and your family for everyday ailments.

On the day, we’ll also be sharing helpful tips on diet, supplements and natural remedies to boost health, happiness and general well-being.

The cost of the class is €30.

Please contact us via Facebook, email (lifeflowcentre@gmail.com) or phone (087-3336709) to secure your place.

Here are directions to The Lifeflow Centre:

From Newbridge:
Go over the bridge passing the schools then take the second exit off Buckley’s Cross roundabout at Pfizer. Drive for 1.7 kilometres (passing straight through one roundabout). Take the left at Baroda Stud/Connelmore Cross. Drive for 1km then take the first right directly after a short white wall. Drive 1.5km over motorway bridge and it’s the fourth entrance on the left with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.

From the Limerick/Portlaoise direction:
Take exit 12 off the M7. Take the fourth exit off the roundabout then the first exit off the next roundabout heading for the Kilcullen road. Go over speed bumps then take the left immediately after the Athgarvan School. Go straight through the traffic light crossroads passing the Athgarvan Inn on your left. Go over the river, past Rosetown Stud and Rugby Club. Go over the motorway bridge and take the left at Corbally Cross. After Corbally Harbour, it’s the sixth entrance on the right with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.

From the Dublin direction:
Take exit 10 off M7 then take third exit off roundabout for Newbridge. Go straight through roundabout at Toughers. Take the first exit off Buckley’s Cross roundabout at Pfizer. Drive for 1.7 kilometres (passing straight through one roundabout). Take the left at Baroda Stud/Connelmore Cross. Drive for 1km then take the first right directly after a short white wall. Drive 1.5km over motorway bridge and it’s the fourth entrance on the left with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.

From Carlow:
Leave the M9 for Kilcullen. At the first set of lights in Kilcullen, take a left. Follow the road out of town then take the right for Athgarvan. At the Athgarvan traffic lights, turn right. Go past Rosetown Stud and Rugby Club. Go over the motorway bridge and take the left at Corbally Cross. After Corbally Harbour, it’s the sixth entrance on the right with salmon pink coloured pillars up a steep driveway.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
Kind regards from all at The Lifeflow Centre.

Fairy Story

Last night, as I flicked through an old copy book in search of an empty page, I stumbled upon a Fairy Story that I’d been asked to write as part of an Inner Child workshop I’d taken part in a while back. Here it is…

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful, perfect little princess called Sharabella. There was something about this girl that shone brilliantly from within. You could see it in the sparkle of her eyes and her fun-loving laugh.

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Stepping into 2015

Over the past few days, there’s been a lot of talk about the coming year. I’ve been asked about my new year’s resolutions, I chose my Word for 2015 (Free), and yesterday, my friend and I played a thought-provoking game which highlighted our fears and desires.

My new year’s resolutions are to be present, to be brave, and to love. Last night in the pub, a friend asked me if I had any more concrete goals, things that I could tick off my list with satisfaction. She mentioned wanting to read and go to the theatre more. Another friend would like to participate in a project that excites her and to find a new hobby that raises her adrenaline. Somebody else listed off the countries she wants to visit.

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Homeopathy: getting “worse” before you get better

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Not a lot of people know what homeopathy is. Others immediately dismiss it, deeming it daft or calling it “witchcraft”. And then there are those who have seen homeopathy in action. These people begin to understand how it works and witness how it can heal.

A few years ago, I was introduced to a couple of very talented homeopaths, who are part of a wonderful holistic centre (The Lifeflow Centre)I attended, mainly because of depression, but also for the extremely uncomfortable, painful, and all too regular kidney infections that I’d been afflicted by. If possible, I also wanted a boost of energy. And if they could sort out any of my many other problems, that was cool too. I’m delighted to report that my energy started to increase, my confidence has never been better, and I have a brighter outlook on life. My world is lit up with possibility now. As if all that isn’t enough, the kidney infections have ceased. My periods are regular for the first time ever, as are my bowels. My skin, hair and eyes have more lustre and sparkle. And the dermatitis that had plagued me from the tender age of 10 has almost completely disappeared! I am no longer taking any medication (I used to be on antidepressants and the pill, and I have used many steroid creams over the years for my skin. And, like most people, I popped painkillers whenever a hangover, headache or period pain came my way).

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