Blog Archives

Of Happiness and Grief

We live in
a time of mindfulness and meditation, journaling, yoga classes and more endless
must do’s in order to achieve or maintain happiness. I like to call it “the
pursuit of happiness syndrome”.

Happiness is
promoted heavily; it’s the new norm and has become a commercial product.

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Change your tune!

(Image by Yatheesh Gowda from Pixabay)

Change can be challenging
at the best of times and even if you chose it purposefully.  

It takes effort and energy
and I understand that if you are feeling unwell, perhaps coping with chronic
pain, feeling drained of energy and/or not in control of your situation,

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Practicing again!

Yes!!!! I am back to practicing in mmy new Location; Katikati, New Zealand!

It has been
very quiet on this blog for a long time!

That is because a lot has happened in that period and I have had to step back from practicing to cope with changes in my life and circumstance.

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Celebrating mums and babies!

It was World Breast Feeding week this past week. Here in Tokoroa we had the ‘Big Latch on’ event at our council’s office and that was a big success, I’ve heard.

I am a homeopath as well as a farmer and besides seeing clients, I also spend time with ‘mums and babies’

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Hibernate it is Winter!

Someone told me yesterday that doctors are blaming the influx of Lions fans, presently in New Zealand for the Rugby, for the dramatic increase in viruses and winter ailments. They may have brought the viruses with them from the Northern Hemisphere in droves. Flu season is here and it has arrived early they say.

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Posted in Homeopathy, Introduction, Remedies, Winter ailments


A case of waiting to see the doctor.

Help I can’t see my Doctor until the end of next week!

Ever had this experience?

Unfortunately with the shortage in doctors, especially in the rural areas, waiting times seem to be increasing and this is happening more and more.

That doesn’t matter so much if you have a wart to remove or need a routine check up,

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FREE Introduction consults

Just a reminder to all of you who are sitting on the fence….

I offer FREE, 15 min Introduction Consults.

If you can’t decide if Homeopathy is something you want to give a go, why not come and talk to me for FREE?

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A Case of Croup and Cough

Peter is seven years old and since he was three he has been suffering from Croup.

These bouts affect him regularly and seem to build up in intensity over a short time and then peak one night followed by long spells of croupy cough lasting for weeks.

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A Case of Skin issues and Irritability

Sue (not her real name) came to see me because she was having some trouble with her skin.  She is a 40+ year old mother and wife to a husband, who is away from home all week, for work.

This means she has a lot on her plate.

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Homeopathy after a Traumatic Delivery

The story of Pipi below shows how homeopathy can  be used in acute situations. If you have access to remedies at home and a little bit of knowledge on how to use them it is quick and easy to do and can have a dramatic effect.

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