I am a mother of three, live in a rambling old house with dogs and cats, and various visitors, stragglers, travelers and friends passing through one of the many doors of our house. My partner and I have had a varied life full of challenges intermingled with much beauty. Living on a farm has exposed me to the diversity, poverty, joy and simple living through working with the community which has helped me develop through listening to other stories of lives different from my own.
“Join me at the beautiful Buddhist Retreat Centre in Ixopo 14-16 May. This retreat is an invitation to look at our own personal stories as part of a much larger story of world, health and well-being; to look at the programs that run automatically and prevent us from living freely and being in the present moment.Through learning and practising Ho’oponopono we can learn how to release ourselves from restrictive stories.”