7 Things Every Teenager Should Know About Life

I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.~Douglas Adams Don’t you sometimes wish you could hijack the DeLorean from ‘Back to the Future’ and go back in time to give the younger you some meaningful and helpful lessons in life (never... Continue Reading →

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3 Ways to Tap Into the Matrix of All Possibility

“My brain is only a receiver, in the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know that it exists.” - Nikola Tesla I came across the above quote on my Facebook feed this morning. It was a... Continue Reading →

Lyme Disease: What They’re Not Telling You

What the...? A friend of mine was recently diagnosed with Lyme disease and she shared a documentary called, 'Under Our Skin' (which I will embed for you to watch at the end of this post). I just had to share it with you all as I was totally gobsmacked after sitting through, what I have to... Continue Reading →

Rocking Art Exhibition and Musical Show Photo’s (You Won’t Believe Who Turned Up!)

Goodbye 2016! We Rocked You Out... Last year (2016) was — numerologically (gawd...that was a tongue twister! Does that word even exist? It does now) speaking — a year of cyclical endings (2+0+1+6=9 and 9 is a number of completion). So, it was befitting that my Rocking Art Series was to finally be exhibited in... Continue Reading →

The Impartial Law: Trump vs LOA

"Let’s cut to the chase. Yes, I am considering a run for president. … Unlike candidates from the two major parties, my candidacy would not represent an exercise in career advancement. I am not a political pro trying to top off his resume. I am considering a run only because I am convinced the major... Continue Reading →

Could Depression and Suicide be Linked to this Parasite? 1 in 3 People Affected!

Indebted to Ted I'm not one to promote fear-mongering (as I'm sure my title to this piece evoked some kind of startled reaction) but when I recently watched a TED talk by Ed Yong titled, 'Zombie roaches and other parasite tales' I was stunned and felt compelled to share this with as many people that... Continue Reading →

Tchaikovsky: Messages from the Masters (Video and Free Color Therapy Download incl.)

For those of you who have been following my recent 'drawing to the classics' videos, this latest one is quite unusual. For those who haven't, you can recap on the previous blogs here: New Concepts: What Does a Bach Masterpiece Look and Feel Like? (Video Included) What Do Debussy and Mercury Have in Common? The... Continue Reading →

Update: From Bowie Tributes to Leading Myself Down the Garden Path…(photos and videos incl.)

Time Has Just Gone Awry (But I Have Brilliant Excuses!) Shewee...the last few weeks have been a flash in the pan! I don't know how you feel about the energies of late? I can't keep up with myself! On the upside, things are happening...I hope they are with you too? Before I get into that, let... Continue Reading →

The Greatest Task That Lies Before the Awakened Human Being

"The law of attraction is infallible, and every single person is getting what they are asking for, even though most of the time each person is not aware that they are asking for what they don't want. There is such absolute beauty in the law, which is so responsive and giving in every single moment... Continue Reading →

What Do Debussy and Quicksilver Have in Common? The Answer May Surprise You!

Turning Music into Art and Feeling To recap on the last video blog (New Concepts: What Does a Bach Masterpiece Look and Feel Like? (Video Included)) CLICK HERE. This week I tuned into another one of my all-time favourite composers, Claude Debussy. The feelings that came up after listening to Debussy were: Whimsy, Magic, Playfulness, Fluidity... Continue Reading →

New Concepts: What Does a Bach Masterpiece Look and Feel Like? (Video Included)

"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge" — Albert Einstein Channeling Music into Emotive Art Before I launch into my Bach revelation, I want to give you a little bit of background about where I'm coming from: I embarked on an auditory and visual journey in... Continue Reading →

Dangerous Illusions: Why Time Should Be Replaced

"I must govern the clock, not be governed by it." — Golda Meir Passing the Time I was listening to a Dolores Cannon lecture yesterday (read more about her extraordinary life and her sad passing HERE), she said some profound things. One, however, really stuck out for me. Time does not exist. Yeah, I know that's nothing new... Continue Reading →

How to Better Understand Your Yin/Yang Energy

I saw on my Facebook feed one early morn, that Venus and Mars are doing a little dance in the morning sky together in my neck of the woods. On 1st September (which is our Spring Day in the Southern Hemisphere), they were apparently at an exact degree in Leo and appear as one united star.... Continue Reading →

3 ‘Dark’ Lessons Darth Vader Can Teach Us!

The Geek That I Am I'm a Star Wars junkie.  I grew up on it and even had my very own personal Luke Skywalker figurine. As I entered my adulthood I never grew out of my lust for sci-fi.  When I jetted into my 20's George Lucas brought out the prequels to this trilogy and... Continue Reading →

Feel Like a Rug Has Been Pulled Out From Underneath?

I’m here with another sneak peek that I was able to grab from the producers of the When Everything Changes, Change Everything: Highlights from an Extraordinary Spiritual Renewal Retreat with Neale Donald Walsch DVD, which presents a huge number of the tools in his book and how to apply them into real life situations. Ever Got... Continue Reading →

Celebrate This Earth Day By Playing The (God)dess Game

Earth day is celebrated on the 22nd April (this Tuesday) — events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection.   The first Earth Day celebration was way back in 1970. Having Good 'ol Gaia Fun The online magazine, Butterfly You, is running a self-assessment game to discover the Goddess Within You (men, please don't feel... Continue Reading →

How to See Divinity in Living Colour

The Palette of Existence Here's a short but, hopefully, thought-provoking look at the 'light' and 'dark' energy of existence. When you mix all the colours of the spectrum together physically (as in with paint) you get a muddy brown/black (let’s call this the ‘dark’ side). When light refracts, it splits into all the colours of the... Continue Reading →

Can Music Jump-Start Humanity’s Awakening?

"Music can change the world because it can change people." — Bono Music is a powerful, invisible force — from the heart-expanding sound of a nightingale to the gut-wrenching frequencies that all genres of music can sting you with. I think you would be hard-pressed to find a single human being who doesn't love music... Continue Reading →

The Tree of Life — Can You Relate?

At the beginning of 2014 I blogged about an experience I had in a guided meditation.  I saw a picture that I felt I needed to paint. Well, finally, I have got it out onto canvas.  If you want to read about the deeper message behind this art — please take 2 minutes to read... Continue Reading →

What Popped Up in a Guided Meditation and How it Coincided With Plato

Manifesting What You Do and Don't Want Well, this year showed up with a tremendous thump on the head (thanks to inland revenue — need I say more?) followed by some truly spectacular fireworks and major realizations! The good and the bad have been a-knocking at my door, testing my patience and resolve.  How have... Continue Reading →

Why You Need Hibiscus Between the Sheets!

Flower Power — 6 Ways This Amazing Flower Could Help Even Your Sex Life "Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul." ~ Luther Burbank  We're all captivated by the beauty, aroma, intricate workings, sacred geometry, fragility, texture and vast array of colour that flowers provide.... Continue Reading →

A Cool New Angle at Inspiring Kids to Read — See How This Guy is Revamping Reviews

An Unusual Review of 'The Hobbit' Book My nephew introduced me to Thug Notes on YouTube the other day — I was so impressed I almost leapt out of my skin with excitement! My first impression was...'is this for real?' Here's this 'gangsta-type-dude' sitting in an armchair, kitted out in his bling with a street-wise... Continue Reading →

Famous Authors That Inspired Me to Write

A Tale of Two Settee's My  neighbour (and close friend) and I were discussing momentous children's books on my couch the other day and the rich and bountiful impact such incredible literature has on our lives. “After I’ve been dead five years, no one will read anything I’ve written.” — C.S. Lewis She is reading... Continue Reading →

Are You Seeing Red?

Lustful, Passionate and Scorching Believe it or not, colour has a huge impact on our lives. It can greatly affect our emotions and gives us a chance to express ourselves whether we're aware of it or not.  So, my aim in these 'colour' related articles is to open your eyes to this wonderful world of hue... Continue Reading →

Are You Being Disillusioned by Reality?

“Reality is merely an illusion albeit a persistent one” — Albert Einstein WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) So is the reality we live in, this world of solid matter and factual science, real or is it merely an illusion as many alternate faiths believe it to be? What a question! The answer... Continue Reading →

Healing Through Art — The Gates to Wonderland Just Got Flung Wide Open

Lust For Life I started off my career in art exploring what I like to call ‘decorative’ painting.  You know the sort;  flowers, trees, butterflies, sunsets, whatever tickled my fancies.  There is nothing wrong with this kind of expression and it paves the way for mastering specific techniques and mediums but I always felt a... Continue Reading →

12 Things Successful People Do To Excel

In a world where almost everything seems to be competitive and the yearning for success is rife, take heart in knowing that you can benefit greatly by learning from others and how they manage and maintain success in order to establish a winning formula for your life. First things first, what does success actually mean?... Continue Reading →

8 Life Strategies That Playing Chess Has Taught Me

Being a Rookie Chess is a game that I love to play with my husband.  He is such an enviable strategist. When I first started playing with him, I felt like a complete fool every time he snookered my king and got me into check-mate. When I let my pride take the back seat, I... Continue Reading →

‘Love and Light’ — What Does it Mean?

What is Meant by the Saying Love and Light? This is an interesting conundrum.  It is a saying that has become a standard greeting in the spiritual community but what exactly does it mean? "Where there is love there is life"  — Mahatma Gandhi I touched on this adage in my book Divine You —... Continue Reading →

The Fine Balancing Art of Yin and Yang

Tried and Tested — A Tale of Two Countries In the past 2 years I have experienced the delights of visiting Thailand and being bowled over by their inherent sense of beauty and creativity to their humble way of life and their desire to please.  I have also recently been to Egypt and have encountered,... Continue Reading →

Why Weird is the New Cool

A Call to all Potential and Existing Weirdos! Destiny, fortune, luck, kismet — are these all words you associate with ‘weird’? Well, believe it or not, the actual meaning of this repudiated word ‘weird’ is all of the above.   As an adjective it suggests something uncanny or supernatural and as a noun it is a... Continue Reading →

Beet it! 2 Super Juices that will Give you the Edge

My local supermarket started stocking organic vegetable juice recently.  I took the plunge and bought their beetroot and carrot juices (separately).  I have experienced carrot juice before and it is fairly innocuous — especially when mixed with orange juice. Beetroot, however, is pungent and, although I don't mnd the taste, it can be rather invasive smell-wise, stain-wise,... Continue Reading →

The artwork above and below come from an interesting article I picked up from the Fast Company website (click the link below to take you to the article). 100 Years Ago, French Artists Predicted The Future With Eerie Accuracy  I think some of the images were indeed, very strange, but some were eerily smack on the... Continue Reading →

Welcome to my Wonderland!

I chose a Wonderland theme for my site because I feel like I am skipping down that proverbial 'Rabbit Hole' —  I want to take as many people down with me...that sounds rather ambiguous now, doesn't it? If you are new here or would like a recap on who I am and what I'm about,... Continue Reading →

Dare to Be Who You Are

Hay House Versus Haywire I started writing my book ‘Divine You — Redefining Love in the New Earth’ in June of 2010.  It was an amazing journey of self and felt incredible to put it into words.  When it came to finding a publisher, I chose a publishing house in New York whose motto was ‘changing the... Continue Reading →

10 Bands, 10 Paintings…Let the Rock Art Begin!

Coming Out of a Black Hole and Having Revelations Yeah, the global energy of late has been intense.  Making us all bunker down for some quiet time, and if not, forcing you to cease and desist. Have you been lacking inspiration, creativity or get up and go?  Well, I have. These last few weeks since... Continue Reading →

Come Journey Through Picturesque Egypt With Me

I can't quite put into words what my recent trip to Egypt meant to me, so I decided to lay it out visually instead. Seeing that today is my 'art blog' — I have selected some of my 'prize' shots to hopefully tantalize and awaken the curiosity in your travel taste buds... Experience Beyond the Realms of Comprehension Although it... Continue Reading →

What Ancient Egyptians Can Teach Us About Balance of the Sexes

I Want My Mummy! Interestingly enough, ancient Egypt did have some roots in matriarchal living.  Akhenaton, the recently discovered father of Tutankhamun (as proved through DNA samples), tried to bring this ancient teaching back during his reign — which was short, only lasting 16 years — and did  so until his untimely death and the orders... Continue Reading →

The Versatile Blogger Award

I was so delighted to open up my mail the other day to find this message: "Dear Cherie, I have been following your blog for several months and find your posts always filled with meaning. They always make me think beyond my usual thoughts and bring me new and inspiring ideas. Your blog is created with... Continue Reading →

What is the Importance of 11-11-11?

Lighten Up! So that much-anticipated date has come and gone...what now?  What was that about? For those of you who don't know, in a nutshell, the number 11 in numerology means illumination or 'light-bearer'.  It is a master number that cannot be broken down (ie. in numerology if you get a 12 it needs to... Continue Reading →

John Cleese – Pushing Boundaries Through Comedy

WARNING:  PG 13 - Foul language used in this blog I was fortunate enough to be able to go and see John Cleese's new show 'Alimony Tour' in 2012. "Without these ground-breaking, side-splitting writers and actors we might never have broken the barrier of vulgar, fowl and completely insane comedy" I have always been a huge... Continue Reading →

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