Thursday, 19 July 2007

The start of something wonderful

I am a 60's person at heart, known for being whacky, dressing in Kaftans and ethnic clothing.

I am a free spirit and do not like convention and restraint.

I have a thirst for knowledge and welcome all you out there who are like minded to join me in sharing your knowlege on all subjects Spiritual, Holistic, Enviromental and on Personal Development from the Soul.

Our subject is so diverse that once you try one it leads to so many avenues for growth and well-being.

The name "Haven of Peace" came from my early divorce year when I used to come home from work, lean against the door on entering and sigh - "My Haven of Peace". How apt. After obtaining all my qualifications it was natural to call my practice after my refuge at the beginning of my journey to a better life.

Aswell as Healing, I also run courses on Crystal Therapy, Head Massage and Ear Candling

I have written courses for Personal and Soul Develpment.

I am staying with my good friend Sue who runs a successful antiques business "Vintage to Victorian", she has helped me start my blog to enable me to have a network of Holistic Spiritual people to widen my circle. From her network I have already been in touch with one of her customers who has turned her knowledge into healing animals.

This is an exciting time, I am looking forward to meeting you all out there to sharing our special way of life to a journey of enlightenment and transcendence.


lorenzothellama said...

Hello Gilly. Not quite sure how I stumbled on your blog, but however I have arrived and have read what you have said.
I think you sound marvellous. I too got divorced and then had my haven of peace, my home without husband. I too am on a spiritual journey.
I am a Catholic with Buddhist tendancies, which is ok by my priest. In September I am off to Holy Island in Scotland. This is a Buddist island that is also eccumenical. It is a fantastic place. I'm doing a week's yoga and meditation. Last year when I came back I felt like a new person and have met a couple of people there that I know I will always be friends with.
I'm sure if you google Holy Island, Scotland (it's just of Arran) you might see it. If not, try something like 'heartsandminds'. That belongs to Sarah, my yoga teacher.
You never know, you might fancy it!
Love Lorenzo.

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Gillie

You have mail!! I just hope you get home in one piece so that you can read it. It's 3.40 now and I imagine you're wishing you'd stayed down here - no rain and we even have some sun.

Talk later.
Lots of love

GigerVamp said...

Hi Gillie, I came by your blog via vintage to victorian and wanted to welcome you to blogland.
I look forward to reading your posts.

Jools x

see you there! said...

I too was sent over by Sue. Sounds like you had quite an adventure getting home.

I look forward to reading your posts and getting to know you better.

Darla (in CA, USA)

Chris said...

Hi. I have come via Vintage to Victorian to wish you luck with your new venture :-) So pleased you arrived home safely and I look forward to lots of interesting posts!

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Clare said...

Hi Gillie, welcome to the wonderful world of blogging - you're going to enjoy it I'm sure! Clare x