WeAreTheWorld Blogfest: Dogs Who Heal Trauma

Even if we won’t consciously admit it, at some level we all know that connecting with animals heals us. That’s why I was so touched by this story in the Australian news this week of dogs who worked with trauma victims in the Victorian court system. https://www.9news.com.au/good-news/2018/02/22/06/25/dogs-to-support-victims-of-crime-in-court Dogs are set to assist victims of crime… Read More WeAreTheWorld Blogfest: Dogs Who Heal Trauma

Singing an Ancient Song of Feminine Power

Recently I visited the extraordinary exhibition “Songlines:Tracking the Stories of the Seven Sisters” at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. Its a timely yet ancient story of journey, power, trauma and transformation. The Indigenous peoples of Australia used songlines to find their way through the different tribal lands which make up the continent. As… Read More Singing an Ancient Song of Feminine Power

After the flood

” Sorry, we dont stock that line since….the flood” “They’re not here anymore but have moved out of town..to Goonellabah (the hill above the town)” This was a frequent refrain from residents of Lismore, the Northern Rivers town which suffered major flooding in March 2017. It’s only a little over six months since it happened… Read More After the flood

In Celebration of Small Things:The Travelling Boab Tree

On a recent visit to Kings Park Botanic Gardens-my favourite botanic garden in the whole of Australia-I reacquainted myself with the stunning trees which line the entrance, paths and different sections of the large park. Eucalyptus, Lemon Myrtle Gum (the smell is divine!) Jarrah all radiated their unique presence but the tree that dominates, as… Read More In Celebration of Small Things:The Travelling Boab Tree