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Raspberry Leaf

23 January 2018 at 21:45  Add a Comment
Raspberry Leaf

Raspberry Leaf Tea 

"Don't forget your P's" was a phrase that I would hear from time to time from one of our nurses. The P's in this case were:

 

  • Perfect

  • Preparation

  • Prevents

  • Pathetic

  • Performance

 

Her father had been very good at encouraging her to be prepared in advance for whatever task she was about to go and do.

 

So much of Holistic Lifepath management is...

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Antibiotic Reduction

19 January 2018 at 21:03  Add a Comment
Antibiotic Reduction

Antibiotic Reduction

 

Albert Alexander is a name that a few readers may be familiar with. He is the first patient to be treated with Penicillin. He developed an infection after a nasty scratch from a rose bush and became very ill. 

 

Dr Florey and his team were working on the Penicillin that had been developed by Fleming. They knew that the outlook for Albert was grave and felt...

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Real Farming

11 January 2018 at 19:36  Add a Comment
Real Farming

Oxford Real Farming Conference 2018

 

Whether you are a farmer who works the land, a horse owner who rides along bridleways or a pet owner who loves walks in the countryside, you will all appreciate the beauty of the countryside we are blessed with in the UK. There are ways of farming that work in harmony with this landscape. And of course there will be some approaches to farming that are...

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Unwrapping the future 2018

03 January 2018 at 19:24  Add a Comment
Unwrapping the future 2018

Unwrapping the future 2018

 

I love the qualities of the winter. The long dark nights, the build up to Christmas, the optimism of the New Year. A great time for reflecting and creating a few dreams for the year ahead. 

 

Throughout 2018 I will be bringing you a variety of new ways of looking at how you create optimum health and vitality for animals in your care. Here are some of...

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Circle of Benign Neglect

12 October 2017 at 15:48  Add a Comment
Circle of Benign Neglect

Circle of Benign Neglect

Every owner I have ever come across will have gone through a stage in their animal care where they assumed that everything they were doing for their animals was correct. There are very few owners who actively set out to look after their animals in a poor way. How silly would that be? Owners do what they feel is best and mostly the animals are ok.

Within the framework of...

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October Lifepath Workshop

05 October 2017 at 16:23  Add a Comment
October Lifepath Workshop

October Lifepath Workshop

So simple, you will wonder why you never thought of it before.

So powerful, you won't want to be without it.

Sunday 1st October marked the last in this years workshops. These have been well attended over the year with all the participants getting loads from the day. It has been great fun teaching and seeing the various “Lightbulb Moments” as different...

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HAWL Autumn Course

28 September 2017 at 16:33  Add a Comment
HAWL Autumn Course

HAWL Autumn Course

I have lost track of how many HAWL Day One afternoon sessions I have thought on. What I do know is that I never get bored of doing the teaching.


The course itself is aimed at farmers who want to to know more about how to to use homeopathy on their farm in a Responsible and Effective way. We have distilled the essence of homeopathic philosophy into a course that covers three...

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Communication Workshop

21 September 2017 at 17:39  Add a Comment
Communication Workshop

Communication Workshop

 

Earlier in the  in the year I sat down to watch an inspiring video about animal communication. Really thought provoking and heart opening to see how one individual has developed her skills in connecting to animals.

If you want to know more about this video, then check out the link below to read the blog:

 

Animal Communication Blog

 

 

Over the...

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The patients I hardly ever see

14 September 2017 at 19:15  Add a Comment
The patients I hardly ever see

The patients that I hardly ever see...

It it a curious thing that in the veterinary and medical world the majority of things are geared up to treating disease. We are very good at it. There are all number of blood tests, scans and investigations that can be done to help find out what is wrong in the first place. There are huge numbers of drugs that can be used to treat the diseases we find. And...

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New Kid on the Block

22 June 2017 at 18:56  Add a Comment
New Kid on the Block

New kid on the block

So you have just acquired your new puppy which has to count as one of the most joyous experiences in a dog owners life. The cute expression in its face, the way it scampers around the room and of course that puppy smell. All is wonderful and of course the goal is to keep it that way. 

A well know charity uses the phrase, which I am sure they won't midge me quoting, "a...

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