Spring Has Arrived!

Well it’s felt thaSpringtime Walk - Soulshine.lifet way this last week or so. The first few days of March have been much warmer and the sun has been out more, both great reasons to celebrate. I am becoming more active again with outdoor pursuits and more regularly venturing out into nature and the countryside once more. I have to admit to becoming more of a fair-weather adventurer these days! It was even warm enough in the afternoon sun to do a spot of sunbathing! (albeit in fleece & jeans).

Lifestyle Guilt.

A few years ago I would have felt so guilty taking time out on a Monday afternoon to go walking, enjoying nature & the sunshine. But this had been one of my goals for some time, to have more freedom to choose how I spend my time, to break out of conventional working patterns and the 9 -5 life, to be able to be more spontaneous when the weather is good.

I had been so deeply conditioned around my work ethic, that even though I knew this was what I wanted and that in the long run it would greatly benefit me, taking time for myself still felt wrong!

Taking Time Out Makes Me More Productive.

Glad to say I have worked past that one now. I have found that the more time I take for myself, the more happy and inspired I become. Ideas often come to me whilst I am ‘not working’ they seemingly just flow in.

Creating space in my life, a sense of calm, ease and joy have all made me more inspired, motivated and determined. So when I am ‘working’ I am more efficient and productive. Most of what I do for a living these days doesn’t even seem like work. Many of my weekdays have the feel of a ‘pottering weekend day’.

I get to take time over preparing and eating great food, to take a break, go for a walk, do some yoga. I practice and study my sound healing & therapies. I put together ideas for workshops and retreats. It’s all very fulfilling and creative.

Preparations For More Adventures.

So next on the list is: Clean out the campervan and carry out repairs and maintenance, repair the puncture on the bike and more maintenance, dig out the walking gear & maps, check over the gear and plan a few trips out. All in preparation for more fun and adventure!

Life is good.

Holistic Healing & the use of Sound.

Sound Healing - Holistic Approach

Holistic Therapies are not about treating individual symptoms, but recognising that our well-being is defined by how we are operating on all levels of our being. Our Body, Mind, Soul & Spirit.

Taking a Holistic approach to our lives is about a lifestyle change, a shift in attitude, looking at everything as a part of our whole self.  And even looking at ourselves as part of the whole, as universal energy.

Holistic Healing is not something that happens overnight, but rather a continual journey. It’s a path that you start to walk down, and the further along the path you go, the more difficult it is to turn back to the old lifestyle.

How far down the path you travel is for you to decide. At what speed you travel is for you to decide.

From my experience, you are more likely to make big changes that stay, by travelling steadily and making small changes each and every day.  Rather than trying to make radical changes in a short space of time, it is better to build a strong foundation and allow the changes to build over time.

Holistic Healing

Holistic health is about having an awareness of our whole self and how different parts of our selves interact. Healing in a holistic sense is about returning us to our complete, whole self. It’s about balance and harmony. It’s about inner peace and joy. It’s about universal consciousness.

 Healing Physical Ailments or Symptoms

There’s growing evidence that our lifestyles impact on our health. If we are stressed, hold tension or anger, for example, that it harms our body. The more time we spend in these states, the more damage will be done. Therefore, we must find ways to deeply relax and ‘let go’ of these tensions.

Your GP must be your first point of call with any illness or physical complaint. But there is often much we can do with our lifestyle to help any recovery or healing. Our diet and exercise regime are two obvious ways.

We can also use natural, holistic, complementary medicines, therapies and regimes to run alongside medical treatments.

Healing Emotional Wounds

Holistic healing recognises that emotional and mental health are important factors in our well-being, and in our recovery time if we fall ill.

Many of us carry emotional wounds from the traumatic or stressful life events we have encountered. If we don’t heal these emotional wounds, then we carry them with us, causing ‘blockages’ in our body that hold tension and restrict the flow of energy.

These emotional wounds can stop us from expressing ourselves, being who we truly want to be and from making the changes in our lives that we seek. Many of these emotional wounds cause us to think and make decisions from a place of fear.

Healing Our Thoughts

At birth, we have our most natural connection with the universe. Our primal survival instincts are strong. We are also at our most vulnerable, relying on others for survival.

We know how to get attention if we are hungry, or unhappy. But other than this we just allow ourselves to ‘be’. We have no concept of time, no pressures. We are naturally happy and joyous. We interact with our environment with amazement and wonder.

Soon we start to ‘learn’ who we are. Those close to us guide and mould us. They teach us how to behave, who we are. In childhood we take on board the attitudes and beliefs of those around us and we unwittingly carry these into our adult lives. Often without questioning whether they serve us well.

Society, our education system and the media also impose their ideas and restrictions on us as individuals and groups.

So healing our thoughts is often a matter of ‘un-learning’ what we ‘know’ about ourselves, and instead replacing this view of ourselves with thoughts and ideas that reflect who we truly are and our true nature.

Healing Our Soul & Spirit

All levels of our being interact, however Soul and Spirit are very closely linked. Soul is inner consciousness, whilst Spirit is energy and the flow of energy.

My interpretation is that Soul is anything to do my inner being, my core and authentic self, my true nature and happiness. Spirit is the outward projection of my Soul, my Souls connection with the outside world, with everyone and everything, and with source (universal) energy.

This is the essence of my business. To help people to re-discover their true self, to connect with it at a deeper level and to project their unique ‘soulshine’ into the world.

To heal our Soul and Spirit we must be true to ourselves, live our lives and make decisions that bring us joy and align with our true nature. Inner Peace & Happiness are they key to healing our Soul & Spirit.

Re-discover your soulshine!

Our Sound Therapy & Workshop events are provided to help with the process of self healing. Where appropriate, we will be incorporating Sound and Therapeutic Techniques to deepen:

  • our process,
  • our insight and awareness,
  • and our self-healing.

The Benefits of Sound Therapy.

Sound is a fantastic holistic therapy, as it works on all levels of your being – mind, body, soul and spirit. The physical sound waves provide a ‘sonic massage’ to your body and subtle energy fields. Whilst the instruments & sounds we use ‘wash’ over the mind helping to induce the ‘Relaxation Response’ and calm our minds.

Just taking the time to deeply relax allows our bodies to recover and rejuvenate. I know from my time working in Sound Therapy that people feel completely chilled after a sound bath session and that the benefits can last for days afterwards. People have also experienced relief from many different types of conditions and symptoms.

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Mindfulness & Soul Shine. A life of Ease, Peace & Joy.

Mindfulness and Soul Shine.

Mindfulness www.soulshine.life 2017

The New Year is a natural time for reflection, for reviewing and for setting new resolutions. However, we do not need to restrict these activities to just once a year.

A year is a division of time. If we follow a logical path then, each year is a new year, each day is a new day, each hour is a new hour, and each moment is a new moment.

Whilst I too will be using this time to review, reflect and make new plans, I prefer to think of my growth, development, health and well-being as a continual path. Everything can change in a moment. It only takes a moment to make a decision or to change your mind. Life is simply a succession of individual moments.

Therefore, if we enjoy each moment as is it presented to us, then we enjoy life. Pain and frustration occur when ‘reality’ does not match our vision of how life should be.

Happiness could be said to be a process of accepting where you are now, letting go of that which you cannot control, and allowing each moment to present itself. Of being grateful for and enjoying each new moment of your life, not fighting or resisting change and of becoming unstoppable in your pursuit of true happiness. Get into the flow of your life.

It also follows that if we do the things that make us truly happy more often, then we will be happier. Make a list of all the things that bring you joy and make time for them in your life. Use your creative talents more often.

Be truly present and authentically you in every moment. Allow a life of Ease, Peace and Joy.

Re-discover your soul shine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sound Therapy – The Missing Piece.

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For a number of years I had been trying to figure out where I was heading from a work perspective. I had a number of ‘big projects’ to keep me occupied at the start of 2016 and so I decided to take some ‘time out’.  That’s when everything started to come together for me.

This Year’s Big Projects

The first few months of the year were taken up with researching and planning a number of big projects for 2016.

These were the ‘Big Rocks’ for this year. The next ‘Mile Stones’ that needed to be put in place to continue onward towards my ‘dream lifestyle’.

‘Campervan Project’. Many months of researching, planning, sourcing a van and materials before converting a 9 seater VW minibus into a ‘pop-top’ VW Camper. Never having done anything like this before it was a steep learning curve but one that I thoroughly enjoyed. I am delighted with the conversion and a little bit surprised that it turned out so well!

Sound Therapy Campervan

With confidence, the right preparations and seeking help when you need it, it’s surprising what you can achieve!

‘India’ was next on the list. Satisfying my need for more travel, adventure and broadening my horizons. Planning a 2 week visit to Bangalore and Mysore taking in the sights and experiencing the culture of an amazing and vibrant country full of paradoxes.

Sound Therapy temple

 

‘Finding My Purpose’ My transition over recent years from working in financial advice to working as a lifestyle coach specalising in the field of personal finance had taken me part way down my path.  However, I had become aware that this was a ‘transition phase’ and a ‘stepping stone’ on to what came next. What I didn’t know was …. what next? I knew that I wanted to continue ‘coaching’ and ‘helping’ people but wasn’t sure exactly what form this would take.

Sound Therapy Gong At the start of the year I decided to concentrate on the other big projects and allow some ‘space’ for this one to evolve and become apparent.

A few months passed by and an idea was germinating. Another few months and it was taking shape. At the beginning of summer everything came together and fell into place. Soulshine.life came into existence.

Finally! This was work that I was excited about to my very core! It ticked all the boxes.

 

‘Glastonbury Retreat’ This was, strictly speaking, Andrea’s project, but one which I was heavily involved with and Sound Therapy - Glastobury Group Photocommitted to. Moon Tree Yoga based in York, was to hold it’s first 4 day retreat at Shekinashram in Glastonbury. Lots of preparations to get stuck into here!!! Planning had started during 2015 but stepped up a level in early 2016 and continued throughout the year.

Find out more about: Moon Tree Yoga, York  – Click Here

 

‘British Academy of Sound Therapy Training’ My desire for continual self improvement, evolution and professional development found me searching for the right training provider to help with the next phase of my evolution. In the end, I chose the British Academy of Sound Therapy with their mix of research based teachings, online study modules, practical ‘classroom’ sessions and case study assignments. Having completed the first few modules of training, and a 5 day ‘classroom week’ my studies will be continuing throughout the whole of 2017.

Continuing Studying & Reading

This is a ‘given’ in my life. The need to constantly be moving forward. Learning new skills, taking on knowledge, personal development, new challenges, finding out what makes people and the world tick. Since my mid- teens I have always been working towards something. Always had ambitions or goals I wanted to achieve.

These have changed over time. I have had set backs. Things have not always turned out as I had planned. But I have gone with the changes, adapted my plans and continued to look forward.

This year’s reading list has been very long! Many, many books on sound and its healing properties, on the science behind sound and sound waves, on instruments, playing techniques, composing scores and sequences that bring about relaxation and healing. I have also read many books on self development, philosophy and spirituality.

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A small selection of reading material.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Far too many to mention. But here are a few ‘stand out’ books that really resonated with me, confirmed my perceptions of life, and from which I learned lessons and experienced greater understanding.

The World is Sound – Nada Brahma – Joachim-Earnst Berendt   Found in a secondhand bookshop in Glastonbury … where else! This book started to pull together many areas of interest for me: the relationships of music, sound, mathematics, science, nature, the universe and universal consciousness.

Sounding The Mind of God – Lyz Cooper.  Lyz is the founder of the British Academy of Sound Therapy. Reading her book was one of the reasons I chose to study with BAST.

Way Of The Peaceful Warrior – Dan Millman.  This book seemed very familiar!! So much so that I wondered if I had read it before? May be years ago when it first came out in the mid 80’s or sometime since then? May be I started reading it but didn’t ‘understand’ or wasn’t ‘open to’ its teachings at that time. Thoroughly enjoyed it … (this time around?? ha ha)

Getting Past Your Past – Francine Shapiro

Addiction Unplugged – John Flaherty

The last 2 books I read as research for the work that I do and to broaden my understanding and compassion.The first one was recommended to me by a friend who was in therapy at that time; and I was fortunate to meet the author of the second book in person. Both books share valuable life lessons and use real life case study stories. There are lessons for us all in both these books.

So that was 2016 in a nutshell. 2017 is already promising to be an awesome year, with much more to learn in the process. Here’s to a lifetime of learning and evolution! 

 

Sound Healing – What is it? How can it help?

Sound Healing

Sound Healing is a Holistic Therapy that works on all levels of our being simultaneously. Sound affects our Mind, Body, Soul & Spirit and so is a great modality for helping us to recognise and understand our inherent wholeness and ability to heal ourselves.

There is a growing tendency to look for the underlying causes of illness and disease and to use preventative measures to stop them occurring in the first place, rather than just treating the symptoms with medication when they arise. More and more people are seeking alternatives to pharmaceutical medicine and methods.

Sound Healing can be a great way for you to start a healthy regime or lifestyle. We will look at some of the many benefits towards the end of the article, but for now lets look at the term ‘healing’.

Definition of Healing

From the Oxford English Dictonary:

healing

noun  : the process of making or becoming sound or healthy again    “the gift of healing”
adjective: tending to heal; therapeutic.  “a healing experience”
Synonyms: alleviate, assuage, palliate, relieve, ameliorate, ease, help, soften, lessen, mitigate, attenuate, allay, salve  “time will eventually heal the pain of grief”
 I particularly like this definition because it uses the word ‘sound’. We use musical terms a great deal when talking about our health – In tune, In harmony. We talk about other people being on our wavelength. Something rings a bell.

Sound Healing

Obviously, Sound Healing is not a substitute for professional medical care and when you are experiencing acute or chronic symptoms you should seek professional medical advice from your GP.

However, many people have experienced relief and improvement in symptoms by using Sound and Sound Waves on a regular basis.

Health and Lifestyle

It has long been understood that to be in very good health we need to lead a healthy lifestyle. So rather than going on a crash diet once in a while, or starting a new healthy exercise regime only to give it up a short while later, a more balanced and considered approach is needed.

Modern life takes it’s toll. The fast pace of a modern lifestyle with all it’s demands on our time, it’s stresses and frustrations, the materialistic world and the images sold to us by the media about what a great life we should all be aiming to achieve,  the convenience , processed and fast foods etc etc. You get the idea. Despite all the advances in technology, medical science and the availability of information, most of us could still improve our lifestyles in one way or another . So if you want to change your lifestyle, where do you start?

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Where to start

Have you noticed that when you are feeling good about life, positive about the future and everything is going well, that it’s easier to make good choices?

Similarly, when life seems difficult, when you are upset, unhappy, angry, frustrated, stressed, worried, anxious, depressed, that you tend to make worse choices?

So what you need to do is reduce all the negative aspects of your life and start to make choices that make you feel better about yourself and your life.

Foundations and Choices

If anything you do is to be a success, it has to start from the right place and be on a solid foundation. You then need to make the right choices to keep yourself on track.

Being healthy is a lifestyle choice, not just a fad you do for a few months every year. But there are a few simple and small steps you can take to make sure you are starting from the right place. Then it is simply a matter of keeping on making the right choices and making small changes over time.

You are much more likely to succeed by taking small steps over a longer period of time and accepting that you will not always see results overnight.

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Many aspects to a healthy lifestyle.

So in my opinion, the foundation of a healthy lifestyle is all about Relaxation, Grounding, Your Mindset and the Great Outdoors. Once we have the foundations sorted, we can start to make changes to the other core elements such as exercise, healthy eating, creativity etc

It’s important to find the time to relax and restore yourself. This is not just chilling out on the sofa of an evening, but Deep, Restorative, Relaxation.

To feel ‘Grounded‘ – meaning that you feel centred and balanced in your life, and are at peace with yourself, no matter what is going on around you.

Your Mindset – as in there are no quick fixes to good health. It’s about taking a long term view, making small changes that over time will reap big rewards, being patient and allowing everything to unfold.

Stress is believed to be a major contributor to illness and disease, so creating a lifestyle of calm, ease and joy is a great way to help you stay healthy.

The Great Outdoors – getting more in tune with yourself and nature, universal intelligence and the cycles of life and creation.

Sound Healing & Sound Therapies

One of the main benefits of Sound Healing & Therapies is their ability to help you feel deeply relaxed, totally at ease , whilst providing a sense of inner peace.  This is a great place to start and a good foundation to build on when creating your healthy lifestyle.

Sound Therapies can also help to make you aware of, explore and transcend any blockages that you may be experiencing in your life. Blockages could be physical ailments, feelings, emotions, self limiting beliefs or behaviours, bad habits or cycles, anything that is self defeating.

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Instruments and their benefits

Individual instruments and combinations of instruments are chosen according to the aims of a particular session.  The instruments chosen, how we play them and the different sequences we use all have different effects on our being.

Sound affects all levels of our being at the same time; mind, body, soul and spirit. You can read more about this on the home page:  www.soulshine.life

Sound Healing - Holistic Approach

Sound Healing & Sound Therapies

Unlike the medical professions, sound healing is not about treating individual or specific symptoms, ailments or conditions. We take a holistic approach to our health and well-being, acknowledging that all levels of our being contribute to our overall health.

Sound Healing is about encouraging our own inbuilt ability to heal ourselves. Whether that is physically, emotionally, spiritually or mentally. Calling on universal intelligence and the power of universal creation to guide us on our path to greater health.

Using the energies of sound and sound waves we can encourage healing to take place. The sound waves help to calm our mind and slow down our brainwave frequencies. Taking us into Deep, Restorative, Relaxation.

The sound waves are also felt on our body. These sound waves permeate our bodies and vibrate our internal cells, organs, bones, muscles and other structures that make up our physical being. Bringing them back into balance and into harmony. Providing a ‘sonic massage’ to our being.

The sound waves also affect our subtle energy systems and help to remove blockages and increase flow. They have been found to ease the effects of stress and tension, to soften and remove blockages and to promote an overall sense of well-being.

Sound Healing – Summary

Using sound to promote health and well-being can be a powerful and energising experience. Our hearing is the first of our senses to develop and the last to leave us when we die. Sound is hardwired to affect us on a deep level. This goes back to primeval times when sound and our hearing where an essential aid to survival.

For centuries, many cultures have used sound as a healing tool to promote health and well-being. More recent scientific research is backing up much of this  ancient wisdom and Sound Healing is growing in popularity as a result.

If Sound Healing is appealing to you, then a Sound Relaxation Session is a good place to start. Try it out and see what benefits you experience. We can then have a chat and you could start to ‘work on’ your individual healing within other Sound Sessions and Workshops.

 

 

Soul Shine Poem & Business – How they came to be?

 

The Start

The first 4 lines of the poem were penned during a difficult period of my life. They expressed how I was feeling at the time.

I loved the metaphors in the lines and being a musician I thought there was scope to develop these in to a song.

Over the years I have scribbled down many song ideas. None of these have yet made it to completion …… an ongoing ambition 🙂

But no matter how I tried I couldn’t come up with the rest of the song. Everything I tried seemed cheesy & cliche. An all too common problem amongst aspiring creative people.

I tried fitting the existing words to chord sequences and melodies to see if that inspired something.  Nope.

But more than anything else I had written down in the many years, something about these 4 lines kept pulling me back to them.

I came back to these 4 lines time and time again over the next 4 or 5 years. Still nothing. At times I thought, this scans more like a poem. But that’s not what I wanted! I wanted a song!

As a little side note to self, I have thought this about many of my ‘song’ scribblings.

So I frustratingly persevered with my ‘song’.

The Inspiration

Then a number of things came together in quick succession, you could say conspired to make me change my mind.

I was watching a documentary about Joe Sawinul, a legendary keyboard player, best know for his work with ‘Weather Report’ a jazz fusion band.

I am paraphrasing here, but he said ” for something to be truly unique, it has to come from the heart” – that really hit home with me. I was like, wow, of course! Obvious, but easily overlooked.

He went on to say ” that if you want unique, you cannot copy or imitate someone else’s work”

That was the first thing.

The second was that I met a great guy by the name of Billy Isherwood. I was asking questions about him and we got chatting. He told me a bit of his life story and about a book he had written called ‘Dead Man Running’. He even gave me a signed copy!

It’s a great read by the way, check it out.

In it Billy had written some of his own poetry and it inspired me. I started to think about my ‘song’ that had a rhythm more like a poem.

The third, is that for a long time I have loved a song called ‘ Soulshine’ by a band called Gov’t Mule. Again, check this out, it’s an amazing song.

How It Happened

At this time I was also reviewing how I earned my living, which is another post in itself, but I was wanting to change direction slightly and so was giving it a lot of thought.

Anyhow, one sunny day I was driving my camper over the hills in the North Yorkshire Moors. The 4 lines came into my head again and I set off in ‘song mode’. Then something made me stop.

I remembered Billy’s poetry and Joe’s words and thought ….. well maybe it’s supposed to be a poem.

From that point on, the poem was all but written in my head within the next 15-20 minutes. I pulled over, parked up and jotted it down.

Admittedly, there was a little tweaking once I got home. But from years of toil, suddenly almost in a flash, there it was a completed poem.

Life Lessons

Sometimes, you just need to be open to the flow.

Not pushing and forcing something,  just relax and it will come.

Don’t push aside your instincts. Trust your gut feelings.

Don’t try to make things something they are not.

Create the right conditions, the right space, the right environment for things to happen.

The Outcome

In the space of 15-20 minutes, I had created a poem I was proud of and come up with a business name. All more or less without trying.

The conditions were right. I was driving my camper, on a sunny day, amongst beautiful scenery. I was happy and relaxed. I wasn’t intending to work on my ‘song’ , but my mental state was right and it just popped in to my thoughts.

It helped me to look at other areas in my life. What else was I trying to force? Where was I trying to make things fit my vision of how I wanted them to be, instead of going with the flow and just letting them be?

Just allowing things to be what they are can alleviate a great deal of stress and frustration in life. Sometimes when things don’t happen, it’s just not the right time for them.

But don’t give up on them, relax, take a step back and when the time is right it will all come together!

 

If you  have not read the poem, it can be found here:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Soul Shine – Your Invitation To Get Involved

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What is Soul Shine ?

 

Over recent years I have re-discovered my Soul Shine and I have made a few observations along the way.

When we do the things that make us truly happy, we light up. We give off a captivating and contagious  energy. You can see and feel this energy. That is Soul Shine.

It’s about living the truth of who you are, without worrying about fitting in to social norms. It’s about taking an honest account of your life and starting to change the things you no longer want in your life. This can take time, but it is well worth the effort.

It’s about being grateful for, and living each and every moment of your life.  It’s about being open and receptive to the limitless possibilities and abundance of the universe.

It’s about making time for yourself, taking the time to truly relax. Not vegging out on the sofa but intentional, deep, meaningful, restorative, relaxation.

It’s about creating a space where you can tune in to yourself.  Whether that’s taking a walk in nature, getting lost in a creative arts project, singing, dancing, exercising, doing yoga or meditating.

It’s about not trying to force things to fit your vision of the world. But going with the flow and letting go of what you cannot control. When you do this, life takes on a slower pace, you create a sense of ease, joy and grace.

It’s about finding the peace and calm within you and ignoring the sensationalization of the media. It’s about seeing through the ‘ ideal lifestyle’ that is presented to you via the retailers, the advertising industry and the media.

It’s about finding meaningful connections in your life with other people and coming together for a common purpose. It could be socialising, be hobbies & creative projects, for work, for health and well-being or for thousands of other reasons.

None of the above is to say that you can’t fight for a cause you believe in, seek to become a success or to make a difference in the world. If that is what you truly desire, then go after it.

The key to all this, is that it should be your choice. Not something you think, or feel that you should do.

Making changes to your life will be easier for some than for others. But it is better to take small steps in the direction of your dreams than to not try at all. Even making small changes to your life will make you feel happier and more content.

Soul Shine – Everyone is Welcome!

Soul Shine gatherings are very relaxed, informal and light hearted. We take the work that we do seriously, but not ourselves.

There are no egos, no competition and no judgements. Your life experience is personal to you. There’s no right and wrong, what you believe and feel at this moment in your life is correct for you.

We aim to offer a welcoming, positive and supportive environment for anyone wishing to take part. We believe in the interconnectedness, the  oneness and the abundance of the universe.

For those of you already following your path, it would be great to have you on board, sharing your experiences and stories.

Soul Shine – Your Invitation

If this resonates with you, then I invite you to join with Soulshine.life and get involved.

From the home page of the website you can :

Sign up for the newsletter – a regular short bulletin of news, updates & events.

Like & Join the Facebook page – this will be a major communication space for SoulShine.life

Find links to other social media.

Use the contact page to get in touch . It would be great to hear your ideas, comments & feedback.

The group Gong Sound Baths are very popular and a great starting point for those new to  sound therapies and self reflection. They also have the added benefits of being deeply relaxing and at the same time vibrantly energising.

You may want to attend a Gong Sound Bath simply to create a bit of ‘me time’ to deeply relax, as part of an overall holistic healthy lifestyle, or for meditative and spiritual reasons. Whatever the reason, it’s a great experience.

I hope to meet you in person someday. Come over and say Hi.

Until then, Live Your Soul Shine 🙂

Craig.

Craig Eddington Soulshine.life
Craig Eddington – Founder of Soulshine.life