Over the years I’ve been unearthing an amazing group of people who never fail to lift me up, send me inwards, share knowledge and set a high benchmark for who I am becoming.
I’ll keep sharing my finds here on this page. May you be inspired!
On spiritual truth
She was the feminine apprentice of Eckhart Tolle, so that should say enough. She’s all about worshipping the juiciness of life, being divine becomes an act of celebrating everything. The meditations on her site are lovely *sigh*.
Caroline Myss – Defy Gravity
– This book shares the wisdom that we participate in a field of grace and what that looks like. Caroline has inspired me to invoke prayer through my kinesiology practice and to have reverence for healing as a truly mysical act that takes place when you journey into your sacred interior castle, your soul.
Jack Kornfield – After the ecstasy, the laundry
After coming back from my travels to India, Sri Lanka, Maldives, I was having some trouble assimilating my spiritual experiences with what I was perceiving as my normal ‘mundane’ Brisbane home. Jack’s wisdom on ‘how the heart grows wise on the spiritual path’ really allowed me to let go of what I thought was the right spiritual way to be and supported me to ground into my spiritual practice of living with humility and grace wherever I am.
David Hawkins – Healing and recovery
This is the man of consciousness. David developed some revolutionary work in the Map of Consciousness but his work in this book on divine healing resonated with such truth that it is now my daily practice.
Rita Marie Robinson – Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Wisdom
This book interviews many wonderful women who are living with presence. The women share their personal experiences with the feminine face of awakening and how they integrate this truth fully into their lives.
On being human
One of my most inspired moments online was viewing Brene Brown’s TED seminar. She holds your hand as you wander into the core of your vulnerability, shares a laugh with you about the funny things we do when we’re feeling vulnerable and helps you make a dedication to being courageous and believing in yourself.
On raising children
I continue to study his work in Neuro Accupressure and am awed by the success of the Learning Enhancement Advanced Program that Charles developed. His is an interesting journey into kinesiology, having experienced a diving accident that left him quadriplegic. His pioneering and revolutionary approach for kinesiology is outlined in his book A Revolutionary Way of Thinking.
I went to a seminar with Dr Burns called The Big Four: Auditory Processing Disorder, Dyslexia, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. She amazed me with her knowledge of the latest neuroscience research and her clinical experience in working with children with developmental disorders. Her blog is a useful, practical knowledge source for parents.
On business with heart
I’m not sure how I found this online gem, but she’s all class, truth and wild inspiration for being an entepreneur with soul. I’ve started her Fire Starter Sessions and it’s burning a flame within me. If you feel the urge to blaze a trail (and she calls it), check her out.