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HELLO FROM HEAVEN

By Linda Cull • November 15th, 2019

Heavenly tomato seeds Do they mean anything in particular to you? Spring, perhaps? Growing those big juicy red fruits in your back garden. Sunshine. Summer salads. Pasta sauce. For me, they’re a hello from heaven! My dad, who died a couple of years ago, in life, was perhaps one of the best tomato growers on earth. True. You’ve never tasted a better tomato than one grown by my dad. AndRead more…

GREG FOX’S REMARKABLE AFTER-DEATH COMMUNICATION

By Linda Cull • May 17th, 2019

Death is an inevitable companion of life. When it’s time to pass, and if you had half the chance, wouldn’t you let your loved ones know you’d made it out of this life and into the next, okay? In the same way, a son or daughter calls home from a foreign land to let their parents know of safe arrival, wouldn’t your desire be to alleviate their worry? And, ifRead more…

MURDER AND A SANCTUARY CALLED AUTHENTICITY

By Linda Cull • June 16th, 2017

Ms. Graziella Daillér, 48, was killed by her ex-partner, the step-son of a football star, who also took his own life, on or about Thursday 15 May 2014. The killer was a repetitive abuser, who breached an intervention order issued against him and was allowed to repeatedly torment her after she left the relationship in 2012. I encountered the spirit of Ms. Daillér and consequently, domestic violence became my businessRead more…

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…