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The Impact of Imprints

The Impact of Imprints Morphogenetic fields surround all living things. It’s the intelligence that informs an acorn to grow into an oak tree or your cut finger to heal. There are morphic fields encompassing huge flocks of birds, creating incredible patterns, as they dance in flight around one another, never colliding. And also destructive morphic fields, like the rioting mobs during the lootings last year. As you scroll through your phone reading the updates of the Ukrainian invasion a deep…

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Munay Ki Metamorphosis

Munay Ki Metamorphosis

Munay Ki Metamorphosis There’s a sense of excitement welling up within me. It’s the feeling I get when something that has been going on for a while is coming to completion. That sense of expectation that something new is emerging. We are all made up of multiple parts. In Family Constellations we refer to them as Inner Parts. Karl Jung and Caroline Myss speak of Archetypes. These inner parts heal and change their relationship to one another as we undergo our own healing metamorphosis. I have an inner part that I will…

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The Anchorage Apple Bake

Apple Bake Recipe One of my favourite parts of hosting workshops is baking for tea treats and cooking meals for lunch. The day before my first Zoom workshop I found myself fulling my trolley with baling ingredients – till the penny dropped… For years people have been asking me for recipes. I don’t typically follow a recipe. Instead, I see what’s in the fridge and in the grocery cupboard. I think it comes from years of being a Woolworths employee…

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Emerging Family Constellation Workshop with Robyn Fergus

Quarterly Newsletter – New Moon

There’s something about a new moon that I find far more enchanting than the full moon. I love the darkness of the night, the brightness of the stars.  A reminder that in the cycles of life there is always an ending, then stillness, followed by an emerging of something new.  That from darkness, light emerges. We live in a paradox of not wanting change, fearing what it may bring, yet at the same time craving newness. Nature is a constant reminder of cycles, from…

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Doll people used in Individual Family Constellations

Family Constellations: A controversial and bold ‘development’ in therapeutic practices

Family Constellations: A controversial and bold ‘development’ in therapeutic practices I was interviewed by Catherine del Monte, a journalist from the Daily Maverick, on Family Constellations.  I was one of the many facilitators she interviewed for this piece.  It challenged me to put into words what family constellations are all about. I stepped into my first constellation at the start of 2015 without having any clear idea what a family constellation was – I just knew that I needed to experience…

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Hout Bay Sentinel Mountain

Taking a Break

I wanted this to be a good news mail of welcoming you back into my healing room or an invitation to a Group Constellation in the new workshop space. Even though I enjoy working online, one reaches a point where there is longing to see people who not confined to a screen. So I kept delaying writing, waiting for the yes. My inner knowing did not give me the go-ahead. Instead, this mail is to let you know that I am taking a…

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Changing my Story

I need to change my story that goes “My father almost died”.  I was speaking to my friend Sam. I was sitting in the same spot in the garden that I’d been sitting in a few days earlier holding a dove that had flown into a window. A raptor was sitting in a tree opposite us. Waiting. I held the dove to protect it from a certain death. It was on the anniversary of my mother’s passing.  I was not…

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Enshrouded

This morning I wake to whiteness outside – to a thick fog that has enveloped us.  All that is visible are the trees in the garden.  Gone is the other side of the dam, the scattered farm buildings and orchards on the hill and the mountains that watch over us. The dam water reflecting the soft silver of the morning as it merges with the mist.  I am held in the song of birds. In the distance a tractor starts.…

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The Munay Ki is an invitation to dream an entire new world into being

Navigating this Change

Navigating this Change There’s a well-documented pattern that of behaviour that we all go through when confronted by change. I used to work on projects. The Change Management team would be tracking those affected by the implemented changes – ensuring the right type of support was there as the users moved through the Change Curve. My sense is that we have moved from fear to the anger and frustration phase. Our government does not have a team of Change Managers standing on the sidelines to coach the nation…

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