This is the second post in a four-part blog series written by one of my favourite spiritual teachers, Anita Moorjani. Anita is the author of the book Dying To Be Me, and her story and words have the power to transform in ways you’ll never expect. I hope you enjoy the series!
Guest post by Anita Moorjani.
When I was dealing with cancer I came across a lot of healers. In my mind it’s very clear as to what distinguishes a great healer from a good healer. A great healer empowers you. A not-so-great healer disempowers you. What I mean by that is that for a healer to really be great, they must empower you to realise that the power of healing is within you. A great healer should help you understand that you have you have the power and ability to heal. They are just a channel, a bridge to take you from where you are to where you want to be. But the healing is yours.Read More
Meditation is by far the best thing I do for myself and my health. It’s the thing that keeps me sane. It makes me a better person. Plus, meditation allows me to tap into my soul and tend to what it needs in order for my life to flow beautifully. So, this week on Wellness Warrior TV I want to give you a peek inside my meditation space and run you through the simplest meditation ever.Read More
Recently, my best friend in the whole world came home for a visit. She lives in Holland at the moment, which I can’t stand. We’ve been besties since we met back in 1998, and whenever we’re together we have so much fun. While she was home this time we gathered up the rest of our crew for a girl’s night. Think a couple of organic preservative-free red wines, some yummy organic snacks and a night of dancing to a band playing fun pub tunes.Read More
Model-turned-nutritionist Bannie Williams is a master of healthy food porn. As the founder of The Healthy Ingredient, Bannie creates clean culinary offerings that are nutritionally dense, mouth wateringly delicious and beautifully styled. Bannie also runs a Melbourne-based consultancy and is the resident nutritionist for CLEO magazine and The Carousel’s nutrition editor.Read More
How could I have said something so stupid? That was so dumb of me! I should have known better! I will never get it right! Why am I even bothering to try? Does any of this sound familiar to you? That was my inner voice, several years ago. That was the voice in my head, constantly nagging and putting me down. Wishing I was better, smarter, stronger, more spiritual. Wishing I was anyone but who I am. The most meaningful lesson I learned from being at death’s door is that unless I love myself, nothing else in my life can function at its best.Read More
Last year, I decided that it was time to start re-introducing eggs into my diet (read my post explaining why here) however I wanted to make sure I was only eating the healthiest eggs possible. To do this, the eggs need to come from the healthiest, happiest chickens. So, we decided that it would be best to raise them ourselves.Read More
I watched the movie The Secret for the first time recently. I felt like I’d already seen it because it’s messages have been repeated continuously over the years. On the whole I love what this film teaches: being conscious of our thoughts and using those thoughts to attract what we want. But I feel there’s one aspect about this that can be misunderstood. Which is the idea that we have to think positively all of the time.Read More
This week’s Foodie Friday proves just how sweet living a healthy life can be. Born in Sweden and now based in Sydney, Tess Ulvesund is the culinary genius behind WellnessByTess, a range of handmade organic vegan treats. All of Tess’ creations are gluten-free, made without refined sugar and seriously delish.Read More
Aussie TV fans might recognise Tyler Atkins from his role playing a 70s surfer in Puberty Blues or as one half of the winning duo from The Amazing Race Australia. However, there’s much more to admire about this model and actor beyond the shiny surface. Tyler is a passionate Kundalini yoga devotee and teacher, who lives and breathes his spiritual practice. He’s also a co-founder of The Living Lunchbox, www.thelivinglunchbox.com, a soul-driven business that delivers delicious, organic, high-vibrational foods to Sydney offices each week. Think salads, raw cacao balls, smoothies and coconut water complete with handwritten inspirational messages. Yep, men don’t get more zen than Tyler!Read More
When was the last time you did absolutely nothing? I’m not talking about the “nothing” that is polluted by Facebook stalking, Instagram scrolling, TV watching or any other tech distraction. I’m talking about pure nothing. Being in the moment and being content with nothing besides your own, undivided attention. No goals, no distractions, no doing anything what-so-ever.Read More