Nourishing conversations


I am so excited to write that the seed has taken root.

The idea about a cooperative of people coming together with the common goal of providing nourishment, in all its guises, is growing.

Over the next couple of weeks we will be sharing our conversations with –

– Athena Katsaros about her work with Bpeace
– Nao Yamasaki on returning to Japan and finding nourishment in her cultural roots
– Bernard Leibov and the creation of The Hero Project
– Anne Clarke’s adventures with fairies
– Beth Griffith and her unique relationship with Cancer
– Ellen Catalano’s thought provoking vineyard retreats
– Eitan Kramer on obesity and getting teens active
– Keri Fothergill on the benefits of massage therapy
– Eris Huemer author of recently launched ‘Break-Up Emergency’

And the conversations don’t stop there, we will have many more morsels to share with you…..

Like all things that grow, this initiative needs feeding and you can help by doing these three things –

1. Subscribe to this blog.
2. Leave feedback on the blog in regard to what you have read, how you feel about it and what you want more of in your life.
3. Spread the word. Share.

And PLEASE don’t feel that you have to wait for the first conversation to start commenting! What do you think about the idea? Where do you currently look for nourishment? What do you want more of now?

Can’t wait to hear from you
With warmth and sparkle

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