Good to hear from you, you are right one can't do everything...and I think doing the focussed intention is probably the best use of limited time and energy in terms of 'returns'. I wonder if I there might be a way of 'advertising' it on this site. I have not found my way round it yet and am a bit resistant anyway to these virtual communities (Luddite!). Take care Inger
Hi Jane, sorry it took so long to get back to you - had a mad couple of weeks with loads of birthdays and work has been hectic - some homeopathy, some teaching. I have 3 kids - Hannah is 19, Malachai is 6 and Maia is just 5. How about you - four sounds busy! And we both like the sunshine - maybe we could meet up over the hols and chat homeopathy in a local park where the kids could play/picnic? How are you getting on setting up in practice? I find I have ups n downs with it - sometimes the most amazing experiences and it feels like such a priviledge to work with people in this way, and other times I go flat for a while and have something different to learn.... Hope all is well for you. Best wishes, Jan
Yes I was granted an Interview with Alan the Editor of www.Hpathy.com the focus of my interview was about my volunteer work in Bali.
you can read the article/interview here;
EZINE NOv. 2008 (just type it in the searchbox at hpathy)
Scroll down to
"An interview by Alan with Gina Tyler"(Forgot the title?)
Jane said:" and working on ways to avoid or ignore miserable English winters is a rapidly growing interest as I get older! Does that make me sound shallow?"
My reply to Jane;
I feel the same,Thats why I left Living in The Netherlands!,Horrible gloomy,grey,ugly weather!
Jane I do volunteer work on the Island Of Bali (Sunny/extremely hot/tropical/everywhere you look is green)
If you want to do Volunteer work in a mothering/birthing clinic using homeopathy please let me know.
Hello again Jane!
I like your page & enjoyed meeting you at our last meeting ~ see you at the next one. I feel its going to be a good network for us folks that have neded up in this neck of the woods!