Message, Passion & Purpose. How Do I Find Mine?


You know you are here to do something big. To be a change maker. But right now you don't know what it is you are meant to be saying and to who. 

But you have that drive in you. That fire in your belly niggling at you not allowing you to forget that you indeed have a purpose.

Your life your experiences your lessons. Have been for a higher purpose. 

You are right. We all have a purpose. We all have a story to tell. We all have the ability to change someone's life. 

 I want you to live a fire fuelled life. I want you to feel more connected to what you do. I want you to fulfil your passions. I want you to be abundant from doing something that you love. 

So how is it that you find what your passions are? What is your purpose?

People have been asking these questions from the beginning of time and will continue to do so for 100's of years yet. So you are probably wondering how is it so easy for some people to just tap into what they want to do, live out their passion doing something they love and get paid for it!

Well, they are no different and I am one of those people. I will let you in on the little secret of "them" people.

The ones who seem so connected to purpose and have such a strong message.

They are not scared to try something new. They are the ones that find something amazing and want to tell everyone about it.

They have gotten their hands dirty and weren't afraid to try and fail. They are seekers of information. To better themselves. To try a new modality. To want to heal from their shit. To emerge themselves in new things.

Pretty much we are like little earth sponges. We want to learn all of the things. We are seekers of knowledge. 


As women when we have experienced something great it is our nature to share. To talk about it. We do this without even realising sometimes. So this goes hand in hand with having a passion, a message and a purpose. 

I am not going to be able to hand you a magic pill today and say here. Off you go here if your souls calling. 

But what I can inspire you to do is to emerge yourself in everything that takes your interest start talking about it. Open your voice. 

Want to learn more about spirituality. Do it. 

Want to learn more about crystals and essential oils. Do it. 


Passion comes from something we are personally obsessed with right?


Once you let yourself explore without any expectations. Then the magic happens. 

You realise that you yourself have a story. That you also have lessons that other people need to learn from. Once you emerge yourself in information you will see HOW you want to help people. 

So my advice for you today is to own it. Own your own worth. Own your stories. Own the good stuff and the not so good stuff that you have experienced. Know that people want to hear from you. You are doing them a disservice by not shining in your own light.

Open yourself up to just being raw and real with the world.

Go and explore the things that light you up. 

Don't be afraid to fail. You got this baby. Go light the world on fire. 

Feeling tired all of the time? What could your body be trying to tell you?

One of the main questions I get from a holistic perspective is WHY am I so tired?

Here is is what your body may be trying to tell you.

You're fighting to get to many things done, and you're pushing yourself beyond your limits.

Procrastination is also a big one to look out for are you busy doing all of the things but achieving nothing?
Bordem and frustration can present to us as feeling TIRED.



What can you do? 

Make sure you are giving your brain enough fuel. Iron-enriched foods (Think greens) and lots of water.

Hydrate Hydrate

and Hydrate. 2-3ltrs per day esp in summer. Our body loses at least 12 cups per day. Our body doesn't store water!(Brain fog also doesn't help when feeling tired!)

If you are having ongoing problems go and get your iron and B12 levels checked by a doctor.

MOVE your body. I know I know. You're tired. Work with me here. Go for a 30-minute walk every day. This will start to release beautiful endorphins to the brain and kick-start your gut health when you fuel the body correctly.

Most of all schedule in non-negotiables that light you up!!!!



Natural Support For Emotional Well-Being

Managing emotional health is one of the top health priorities women have when working with me. They want a natural solution to ether to support their health professionals advice. Or they wish to manage anxiety and overwhelm with essential oils.

The underlying issue of stress and the emotional rollercoaster we can sometimes feel like we are on can come down to fear. Limiting beliefs we may have about ourselves. Or the fear of the unknown.

Essential oils not only support the emotion that presents at the time. But they also can go deeper on a aromic level within the brain helping you to start gently doing the work to clear past stagnant energies.


Why Aroma impacts the mood

Our brain is designed to use aroma to soothe and protect itself. As we inhale an essential oil, the aroma meets our brain in the olfactory bulb also know as the emotional brain.  It triggers a series of chemicals. For example, lavender triggers serotonin, which has a relaxing effect on the mind and body.




How can you use Essential Oils for mood Management?

  • Palm inhale - Add a drop to your palms and rub together. Then cup your hands over your nose and mouth inhale deeply. 

  • Diffuser - Simply add 3-10 drops of essential oil to your diffuser and let it run close to where you are. Bedside table/office. 

  • Mists - Add oils to misting bottles. Spitz into the air as needed.  (Great for children who have trouble sleeping! Make a sleep blend and call it the "Good Dreams Blend" 

  • On the skin - Apply oils to the bottom of the feet, back of the neck or along the spine. They absorb into your skin and enter your bloodstream to come in contact with carrier cells.  (Always dilute) 


Top oils to support emotional state 

Ylang Ylang - Calms and relaxes the mind and body

Lemon - Reduces anxious and sad feelings, as does clary sage when used aromatically.

Chamomile - Improves focus and decreased hyperactivity in teenagers.

Melissa - Reduces stress without slowing activity level.

Orange - Reduces anxiousness and increases productivity.

Peppermint - Supports cognitive proformance and mood. (Intern. J Nerurosceince; 2008)