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A SACRED GARDEN TO HONOUR MY ANCESTORS

By Linda Cull • April 21st, 2017

Honouring my ancestors My life has been shaped by grief. In particular, the tragic loss of my family to war, the loss of extended family due to emigration, and the loss of culture and belonging. Part of this is the loss of ancestral lands, and heritage. Many people have similar losses. Honouring my ancestors has been a big part of my life, like the writing of my book. I alsoRead more…

A SACRED GARDEN IN MEMORY OF LOVED ONES PASSED

By Linda Cull • February 17th, 2017

Have you ever thought of creating a sacred garden? Something a little like Wendy Whiteley’s majestic Secret Garden. What a brilliant example of sacred nature it is! Wendy was the wife and muse of iconic Australian artist Brett Whiteley. Together they lived in a gorgeous mansion in Lavender Bay with views of Sydney Harbour. When Brett died in 1992 Wendy channelled her grief into restoring a large stretch of railwayRead more…

THE QUIET GAME: PLAYING MINDFULNESS WITH KIDS

By Linda Cull • October 21st, 2016

I recently shared a lovely Saturday morning with my eldest son, Oliver, who is nine, and I thought you’d enjoy hearing some of our dialogue. There was a little bit of mindfulness magic in the air, which was good for both of us. Often, it’s the ordinary moments we share that matter the most. I think everyday spirituality is about having an awareness of the smaller things, that in timeRead more…

LIVING THE DREAM AT LILLI PILLI LANE

By Linda Cull • August 19th, 2016

Wouldn’t it be awesome to be living the dream? Some days, do you wish your holiday destination could become your permanent place of residence? My friend Lisa is a mum to three teenagers and she’s doing exactly that, she’s living the dream! Lisa was a vet and city dweller and now she’s an organic hobby farmer, which was her dream for a long time. Her daily companions are cows, sheep,Read more…

THE MINDFULNESS PROJECT: #THEPOWERISNOW

By Linda Cull • July 15th, 2016

Life can be busy – really busy. We’re constantly being bombarded with information, images, and options. Often we hurry here, there, and everywhere – even if it’s just in our minds. We get distracted by the different noises in our lives. And stuck in our heads with work, relationships, and responsibilities – or in the past somewhere… or in an imagined future! What we need more are ‘now moments’ –Read more…

A ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

By Linda Cull • June 19th, 2016

Targa Tasmania is the ultimate tarmac rally with the biggest collection of tarmac rally cars in the world ranging from little Fiats to powerful Porsches… In April, Louise Paul, an artist from Perth, Western Australia, joined 96 female navigators for Tasmania Targa’s 25th anniversary setting a new Targa record from a record 382-strong field. Louise is a self-proclaimed rev-head who loves the adrenalin rush she gets from high speeds, tight bends,Read more…

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