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 →

The Pyramid Code: A Documentary Exploring Ancient Sacred Sites

This is a fantastic documentary about Ancient Egypt — beyond what we are told by National Geographic programs and Dr Zahi Hawass (who seems to be behind everything we see about Egyptology, the much-guarded information that we are allowed to, selectively, be privy of seeing and hearing). Just remember:  Even if your opinions differ, it... 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 You Need to Know About Desperation and Manifestation

Travels and Learnings I always find that my travels around the world are not only inspirational but I also learn so much more about cultural dynamics. My trip to Egypt was no different. I had a wonderful adventure and fulfilled a life-long dream to visit Egypt's many ancient wonders (which I will be sure to... Continue Reading →

4 Things Travel Can Teach Us About Avoidance

Talk About Denial! After last weeks blog,"Mirror, mirror on the wall — who's in the most denial of us all?", I am literally going to be in de-nial — or rather 'de Nile' — this time next week. It's my first trip to Egypt and I am both excited and extremely anxious.  My husband keeps... Continue Reading →

Painting the Windows of the Soul — Eyes

Look into my Eyes There is nothing more captivating than looking into the eyes of a living creature.  So much can be said without words when you look into someone or somethings eyes. They are said to be the windows of the soul and for good reason — eyes are so expressive.  And it is... Continue Reading →

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