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ANDREW & THE WINDMILL: OUT-OF-BODY EXPERIENCE

By Linda Cull • October 15th, 2021

Thirty years ago, at the age of twenty-two, Andrew had an out-of-body experience as he fell from a windmill on his family’s sheep station at Paynes Find, Western Australia. Aside from the awful fright, and hurt he must have felt, Andrew had a lot of good luck in that he survived the impact without serious injury. Andrew didn’t have a spiritual epiphany from his out-of-body experience and doesn’t consider himselfRead more…

MY TOP 10 PEARLS OF SPIRITUAL WISDOM

By Linda Cull • November 16th, 2018

I have collected my top 10 pearls of spiritual wisdom and displayed them below, hoping you will draw inspiration from them. These are the lasting impressions I have gained from having many spiritual experiences – out-of-body experiences, visions, and other remarkable experiences of consciousness, over many years, upon which I often reflect and benefit by. Enjoy!                      

THE POWER OF NATURE

By Linda Cull • December 16th, 2017

Have you been feeling frazzled lately – tired – stretched – depleted? Would you rather be on holiday, somewhere, far away from it all, so you didn’t need to answer another call or another text, or feel like you’re needed to resolve yet another issue? Well, my friend, I have the answer. Take a week off from the grind, turn your phone off (even for part of the day) and immerseRead more…

ARTIST TESSA JOY AND PEOPLE FROM FARAWAY PLACES

By Linda Cull • December 16th, 2016

When I met with artist Tessa Joy in Fremantle, Western Australia, at the historic Kidogo Arthouse, there was a wedding florist preparing the space for a mid-afternoon ceremony. What a beautiful place to be married in! The bride and groom would be exchanging their vows in this little bit of heaven by the sea, in view of my friend’s soulful art being exhibited on its walls. Tessa and I didRead more…

SLOW IS FAST

By Linda Cull • April 15th, 2016

Life is travelling too fast for a lot of us, and our kids are feeling it. Gone are the days when Aunty Jenny would drop in unannounced for a cuppa tea and a chat (…and she wasn’t even my real aunt, she was one of my mother’s friends from down the road). And because people did that amazing, spontaneous thing back then, like pop in unannounced, the house was usuallyRead more…