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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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Mosiac Heart with Dragonfly

Letting the Wind Blow in Trust

When the wind is blowing like this Рthe Air element is making its presence known. The Air Element is about communication Рfrom creating the sound of your words as air passes over your vocal cords to the airwaves that support electronic communication.

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Heart Connection

Creating Connection and Opening the Heart

That same heart opening I felt watching these two elephants, I so often feel during Family Constellation work. These giant beings embody that graceful honouring and gentle surrendering to one’s Life that may be witnessed towards the end of a Group Family Constellation

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Closed yellow oxalis flowers pushing their way through red soil

Emerging into Flow

I’m in awe of¬†the tenacity of these delicate petals that in their tight binding¬†push their¬†way through the rain soften clay earth.

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Robyn Fergus and Tanja Meyburgh in Sydney at Constellation Intensive

Revoking Soul Contracts

I have always had a great need to be in control. It took me a long time to figure that out. I needed to keep things together. Avoiding situations where I could loose control of myself or what was happening round me. 

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Jordy, a golden retriever, sitting up against a rock face

The Benefits of Eating the Pie

The Benefits of Eating the Pie This weekend I was reminded again that there is no right or wrong, no good or bad. ¬†We are so ready to judge ourselves. ¬†On my drive up to Clanwilliam, I stopped to buy some oranges. ¬†I bought naartjies (he oranges looked too yellow) and a pie (because it was there). ¬†And I ate the pie. ¬†I can‚Äôt say that I particularly enjoyed the pie – yet as I ate it I berated myself.…

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Food prints in the soft silt mud on the dry Clanwilliam Dam

Savouring Softness

Savouring Softness Walking down to the dam – which is not a dam at the moment – I feel the softness of the earth beneath my bare feet. ¬†The wet ground gives way as each foot connects with the once hardened earth.¬† It is an unhurried walk – I‚Äôm savouring the soft sinking as Nimrod cat explores. ¬†Cats walk with far more care and caution than dogs. ¬†He too, as Rupert dog did, sniffs selected blades of grass and bushes…

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Coiled house snake

The Power of Fire

The Power of Fire Early last Saturday morning walking on the beach I looked over towards Constantia Neck to witness plumes of black and grey smoke avalanching into the sky above Imizamo Yetho.  The morning unfolded with apocalyptic sights in IY – the fire, the fear, the destruction.  In the darkness of Sunday morning I woke dreaming of fire only to look out across the valley to see the wild orange of the Karbonkelberg mountain ablaze.  The power of fire…

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The Flow of Gratitude

The Flow of Gratitude I love my river – the mountain stream that runs beside the garden. ¬†I love the stillness that envelops as one follows the path down to the river. ¬†I love that the sound of the water transports one into another world. ¬†Its a¬†place of enchantment – where I learnt about magic. ¬† I love its ever-changing nature – from a gentle flow to white water wildness. ¬†How torrential rains alter its shape. ¬†I love the iciness…

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