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A New Dimension

A few days ago I had the most enlightening experience regarding the paranormal realm. A friend of mine had been under attack from demons during the night and I felt I could somehow help guard against this happening again.

Not being very experienced in these things, I asked my guardian angels for protection and if they could not just help change my vibrational energy to match my friend’s so I could stand guard, but also if they could summon my friend’s guardians aswell to make sure it was okay for me to help and if they could also help.

Even though I was fully aware that physically I was still safe and sound in my own house,  I was also aware that my spirit was watching over my friend in a completely different house. I was floating beneath their ceiling. Not only that, but my protectors and my friend’s protectors were also there. It was a long and tiring night and I finally felt it safe to leave at 6.00am.

When I spoke to my friend the following day, I was delighted to learn that they’d had a sound night’s sleep and woken refreshed – at 6.00am.

During the experience I really felt as though I’d crossed through solid boundaries to enter a completely new dimension. It’s taken me a few days to actually return to earth but it’s certainly opened my eyes to what really is out there.

If you ever need help, all you have to do is ask 🙂



Fire Help

It was with great sadness that I read of a fire which destroyed a local primary school’s art room. Members of the school community have vowed to rise “phoenix-like” despite the destruction and their determination spurred me into wanting to help as well.

I have therefore pledged to donate $5.00 for every copy of Phoenix sold via from today until the end of August this year to the New Gisborne Primary School.

Let’s help this wonderful school replace what it so tragically lost.

Thanks for your support.

Go the Tan

       On Saturday, 12th Feb, a friend and I ran the Tan track around the Royal Botanical Gardens. This was our second attempt at being officially timed, and although this year I was 30 seconds slower, I like to think the run itself was easier – at least my legs weren’t wobbling when I reached the top of the hill!

The track is 3.87km long, a perfect length for a Saturday jog, leaving plenty of time for that well-earned bacon and egg breakfast afterwards!

The Tan is available to run at any time, but Saturday’s event was in aid of  the Friedreich Ataxia Research Association. It was great to see so many people out enjoying Melbourne’s beautiful weather and scenery, either walking, jogging or full-out sprinting.

For more information on this event or to find out about other fun runs, visit Start to Finish.

Have fun keeping fit!