I’m aware that I could sound crazy… But… I saw a dragon

I’m aware that I could sound crazy… But… I saw a dragon

It all started last week when a yellow dragon was circling my room.

Yes, I know that sounds crazy, and no it wasn’t ‘real’ like a cat wandering into my room, but it was ‘real’ in that I could see it and sense it…

I was in the middle of an energy activation for the year ahead for my Re-Enchant community. The session itself focused on activating confidence and releasing the need for validation from others.

And interestingly TRUST was becoming a clear theme in the session.

As I was working through the session, I suddenly became aware of a huge golden-yellow dragon circling in my office.

I often sense energies whilst doing energy work, but this dragon was clearly trying to get my attention.

At first I ignored it.

But it was clear that it wasn’t about to leave any time soon

I didn’t initially share what I could see with the group – as yes, I’m aware at how weird it sounds, but it was so insistent that I had to share.

I also wanted to share what I could see with the group,  as I knew it wasn’t my dragon (more on that in a minute lol).

So I asked the group if any of them worked with dragons and a few of them did. Then I asked if anyone worked with a golden-yellow dragon and I got a very strong ‘yes’ from one of the members (maybe the response actually included words not suitable for children lol), as she had indeed been ignoring this dragon. Among other things she told me that this dragon reminded people to trust their intuition – one of the themes from the session!

Anyway the golden-yellow dragon eventually left.

I really don’t want my office to be home to the energies and allies that people are ignoring lol!

But the archetypal dragon energy didn’t leave.

Back in 2018 I had a very strange experience with dragons – but that’s a whole other story that included a visit to hospital, emergency surgery and ‘giving birth’ to a ‘dragons egg’ (which the Dr. named Pete!)… Does that make me a Dragon Mother? 😉

Anyway… my dragons aren’t the flying dragons I experienced during the energy session last week, the dragon energy I’ve encountered in the past has been much more earth-based. More like giant serpents undulating through the ground.

Showing my age… I described them as looking more like the creatures in the film Tremors, to which my friend responded she had imagined them to be like from the film Dune. and when I did a quick google ‘Yes’ to Dune creatures (a film that I hadn’t seen), and ‘No!’ to Tremors – those creatures were waaaay more gruesome than I remember haha

Anyway… after the experience with the golden-yellow dragons, my own dragons are back and wanting me to work more with the land energies.

The call to walk the land and connect with nature, and in particular the trees, was so strong that I asked the members of the Re-Enchant Community if they want to join me in some land connection work too, which involves working with the eight Sabbat/Earth Festivals, and includes:

  • Land ceremonies
  • Tree connection
  • Sabbat Crafts
  • Creating our own Ogham
  • Creating Sacred Tree healing discs
  • Earth Acupuncture

All from an energy clearing session that woke my dragons haha

As I said at the beginning, I know sharing this makes me sound a little ‘out-there’. I often joke that if my sister, who’s a mental health nurse, sat in on one of my sessions she may well be concerned for me…

But this is my reality. Of course I don’t see dragons all the time, but I do believe we can be much more aware of things than we can typically see with our senses, and that we’re taught are ‘real’.

I’d love to hear if you have any experiences of things that make you sound ‘out there’.

I look forward to hearing your experiences!

The Sacred Pause

The Sacred Pause

As soon as I heard the term ‘Sacred Pause’, my body recognised it and sighed ‘yes’.

There was almost a relief that came with it.

The Sacred Pause is a term I learnt from Molly Remer, who learnt it from Joanna Powell Colbert and is a central theme in my work.

I loved that there was a phrase that matched the energy I knew was needed and essential to everyone of us.

Being and Brewing

In a world that values doing and achieving, giving yourself time to be and brew, to honour the need of the Sacred Pause can be hard.

Yet the Sacred Pause is at the heart of life.

The Essence of Life

When you breathe, you breathe in, pause, and then breathe out. Without this pause you’d likely faint!

I like to think of it along the lines of walking the labyrinth.

When you walk a labyrinth, you enter with intention, often to seek the answer to a question you hold in your heart.

As you spiral in, you let go and release all of the things that are preventing you from finding the answer you seek.

Then when you get to the centre you pause.

The Sacred Pause.

The Sacred Pause where you allow yourself to assimilate. To allow the answer a chance to come to you. This is where the transformation and inspiration occurs.

Then when you’re ready, you spiral back out of the labyrinth, transformed, a new person, never to be the same again.

The Sacred Pause being quite literally the heart and the centre of this transformation and experience.

And then you really *KNOW*

I often think you know things and then you really *know* things.

I had this experience about the Sacred Pause – although I didn’t have a name for it then, when I started doing Kundalini Yoga.

I’d been dabbling with Yoga for years, and for me it had always had a focus on fitness and flexibility.

I was surprised when I started Kundalini Yoga, as we’d hold a pose, and then rest for longer than we’d held the pose.

Initially I noticed I was frustrated by this. I wanted to stretch and feel like I was ‘doing’ something.

But then I chose to trust the process.

And immediately noticed that in the Pause, in the rest, I could feel my energy releasing and moving around my body.

I started to value the importance of the rest, rather than the doing.

I realised that in the rest we were making the space for the magic to happen.

Ever since then I have honoured the Pause as much as the doing, understanding that both are needed.

To Consciously Pause

I definitely have a tendency to be prone to more doing, but I always ensure that each day I take moment to pause and check in with myself.

To Pause and allow the integration to happen.

To Pause and allow life to come to me.

If you’d like some help to embrace and experience the magic of the Sacred Pause I have a free practice for you, simply CLICK HERE

Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble – A metaphor for life

Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble – A metaphor for life

Hi my name’s Rebecca and I love cauldrons.

Seriously, I really do love cauldrons (almost as much as I love trees!), and have lots (and lots, and lots…) of them, is there such a thing as too many cauldrons?

I have cast iron ones I use for rituals and ceremony, one’s that I burn incense in, some that hold candles, others that are purely decorative, and some that I use to store herbs, crystals, twigs and stones in.

I love how they’re the perfect blend of practical, magical, and transformational, as well as being the ultimate metaphor for life.



First and foremost they’re a saucepan.

They’re designed to cook and create food that nourishes and nurtures you.

And when they’re not simmering with a hearty soup or stew, they’re perfect for storing things in.



They’ve long been associated with magic, creating potions, setting intentions and releasing old patterns.

Cauldrons appear in many Celtic myths along side Goddesses such as Cerridwen and Brigid, and can a fairy tale witch who doesn’t have a cauldron, even call herself ‘Witch’?



A cauldron is just a vessel. Empty and containing nothing but potential. But just as if you were making a soup, it’s a space for blending ingredients together, to make something richer and more flavourful than the individual ingredients by themselves.


And a Metaphor for Life:

Life is practical.

We live in the world in our physical body, and there are certain things we need to do in order to survive. We can’t escape them, we just need to do them… They’re not always exciting or overly sexy, but if we want to continue to live, we just need to get on and do them, such as breathing, nourishing ourselves, taking care of our health and resting.

It’s also magical.

Life is filled with awe and wonder and things that just feel… well… magical. Whether it’s watching a breathtaking sunrise with the birds serenading you with their dawn chorus, the tender touch of your lover as you fall in love for the first time, or having a tiny baby gaze at you as they hold on to your finger.

Some things in life are so magical they can’t be explained, they have to be experienced to be understood.

And life is most definitely transformational.

We live a life that is full of potential. Our choices, experiences and circumstances forge us into the people we are and the people that we’re becoming. Nothing stays the same… ever. And the more we can embrace the transformation the richer our experience of life becomes.


And the REAL MAGIC happens when you can embrace the entire cauldron of life!

When you can show up fully.

When you can bring your whole self to your experience of life – the ‘good’, the ‘bad’ and the ‘ugly’, and not just the ‘pretty and socially acceptable parts, you get to create a richer, heartier and more flavourful experience of life.

When you blend the mundane with the magical, when you get to own all of yourself, your quirks and your own unique blend of magic. You get to experience amazing transformation in all areas of your life as you begin to embody your own true, and very unique, essence.


To begin to connect with your essence, become curious about these questions:

What is your unique magic; how do you see the world differently from those around you?

What part of yourself are you ready to embrace more of?

And finally, what are you slightly obsessed with, or of course fully obsessed with 😉 , or is it just me with the obsessions?

Take these answers and add them to your own ‘cauldron of being’, and watch your life become more magical!

And if you’re ready to remember and embrace more of your own essence, simply START HERE

Have you ever wanted ice-cream for breakfast?

Have you ever wanted ice-cream for breakfast?

Yesterday my little boy, he’s 5, didn’t want to eat his dinner, he wanted to eat ice-cream…

In fact if he had his way I think he would eat ice-cream all day, every day.

He doesn’t understand that eating ice-cream may be his current personal preference, but in the long term it’s not good for him at all.

As adults, we know this because we have more life experience and knowledge than a 5 year old.

Even when I say ‘No’, he’s very good at continuing to try and assert his preference… He’ll tell me that he really, really likes ice-cream and give me the cutest, heart-melting smile.

And when the charm doesn’t work, he employs other tactics. He’s tried telling me that he’s been really good at school so can he have ice-cream, he’s also tried the ‘I don’t like you, I’m going to ask Daddy’…

I’m sure anyone who’s hung around children for any length of time has experienced the impulsiveness (and craftiness) of children who want to assert their preferences lol.

And yet we can be just as crafty too when we want our own way, but we have more experience and tactics to draw upon!


Noticing the patterns

I really started to notice these patterns after a friend recommended that I read ‘The Surrender Experiment’ by Micheal A. Singer. In the book Singer shares how he surrendered his life to the divine flow of the Universe – I’m only half way through but it’s very inspiring – in the book he talks about how we judge things as good or bad in relation to our preferences.

And this got me thinking…

As life unfolds we can judge a situation as good or bad, “I like it”, “I don’t like it”, “I wish something else was happening”.

Going back to my little one, I’m pretty sure his thought process went: I don’t want to eat my meal, I want to eat ice-cream. Ice-cream tastes nicer. I wish Mummy would just give in and let me eat ice-cream, I really loooooove ice-cream, waaaahhhh….

We’ve made up our mind about how we think things in our life should be and this creates a struggle within us.

But as we know with 5 year olds, preferences don’t always provide the best outcome for us (even if we do love how they taste and feel), and sometimes we don’t understand why we can’t have and/or don’t get what we want, as we can only judge something based on our own limited understanding – albeit more than a 5 year old…

Many of my clients come to me wanting to create a particular result in their life, and yet they can judge the events leading up to it as good or bad, they like them or they don’t.

‘…for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.’ – Hamlet – William Shakespeare

Although at the time of the event, we may not like how we feel about something, often we may be confused about why life is bringing us perceived obstacles or throwing us a curveball, but as a wise friend of mine says: time brings clarity.

How many times in your life has something happened that at the time seemed awful, and yet it was the catalyst for something more wonderful than you could’ve ever imagined.

For me when I chose to get divorced, I was too close to the sadness and discomfort of making hard choices, that I never in my wildest dreams expected that it was making the way for me to meet someone else and have our adorable ice-cream loving 5 year old.

So next time when something doesn’t go as planned, before you get caught up in judging it based on your personal preference, why not take a moment to try and become curious?

Become curious and ask: I wonder where this is going to lead me?

It might not work for everything, but sometimes just taking a moment to pause and change your perspective, may just change the story you’re telling yourself, and open you up to a flow of opportunity that you never thought possible…

To Change Your Story, simply START HERE

What if you didn’t have to change a thing…

What if you didn’t have to change a thing…

“This is a list of things that you need to change…” – love society

Just a quick scroll through your social media feed, your inbox, or a flick through a magazine, will remind you all of the things that are ‘wrong’ with your life.

The way you look

What you wear

What you earn

Where you go on holiday

What you eat

How you exercise

Who you date

How hot your sex life is

The list goes on and on and on…

It can become overwhelming as to where to even start ‘fixing’ your life!

But what if what you actually needed was much simpler than all of that…

Stripping back

What if really it was about returning back to basics, stripping things back, rather than adding more... and more… and more…

What if what you really needed wasn’t sexy, or headline worthy…

Would you still be interested?

After 20 years of working with women on a whole wide-range of concerns, everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, goes back to them knowing, trusting and accepting themselves completely.

They didn’t need to gain more validation or approval, they hadn’t done anything wrong, they didn’t need fixing. They needed cut out the noise and break the SPELLs that they found themselves under.

It’s become increasingly hard to hear your own inner-voice, to trust the wisdom within you.

The world has got noisier and busier.

To-do lists longer, and external expectations higher.

This just leaves people feeling less satisfied, less fulfilled and more disconnected.

But there is a way to step out of this.

My gift to you…

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It’s time to dedicate to your sacred self and your scared path.

I mean, without being overly dramatic (although I do love a bit of dramatics myself lol), if not now, when?

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What’s your life purpose, here’s what I think…

What’s your life purpose, here’s what I think…

Yesterday I was chatting to a friend, I love our chats as nothing is off limits, the conversations go deeeeeeep, but there’s always lots of laughter too.

We got on to the topic of ‘Life purpose’.

You see I LOVE this conversation, and I do indeed believe everyone has a life purpose.

Except that where I differ from most people, is that I think everyone has the same one! Yes really, the same life purpose!

If you’re not sure, just hear me out…

I believe that your life purpose, my friends life purpose, and my own life purpose, is all the same thing.

And that our life purpose is….

To become the most fully expressed version of ourselves.

Sounds great! Yes?

But as my friend rightly asked: What does that actually mean?

For decades, I was looking for my purpose in life.

When I was 16 I started doing yoga with my ‘Teach Yourself Yoga’ book (which I still have!), I started becoming curious about who I was and what I was meant to do with my life.

I honestly don’t know where this drive came from, but I certainly started my journey of seeking that was to last decades.

Over the years this resulted in me attending workshops, doing trainings, collecting qualifications, doing just about every personality profile that I came across, each time hoping that I would find what I was looking for – my meaning, my purpose in life.

Then I realised (after decades lol), that I was going about this all wrong.

I was looking for my purpose as if it was a job title or a destination.

I’ll be happy/feel aligned/insert whatever you’re looking for… when I ‘get there’…

But there’s never a ‘final destination’.

We’re constantly evolving, growing and changing, or let’s face it, we’d no longer exist.

So instead of trying to become something or get to somewhere, I decided to let myself just evolve.

To unfold and see who I became when I stopped trying and started being.

I started embracing what I loved and interested me, I began following what made me curious and stopped doing what I thought I ‘should’ do.

It sounds simple…

But what makes this simple thing so hard is that we can become so entangled in what we’re taught and what’s expected of us (the SPELLs that I mentioned the other day), that it becomes impossible to hear, or even trust, what we know to be true about ourselves and what we want from life.

That then makes it difficult, often impossible, to trust ourselves to know what to do next in our lives.

The good news is that you can change this.

There is always a way! And the first step on your journey of breaking these SPELLs that have been keeping you disconnected from yourself, your truth and dreams and desires, is to renew your relationship with yourself and become deeply grounded into your own unique essence.

Again that sounds easy… and this time it is!

And it’s even easier, as I have a free gift for you so that you can start to do this immediately.

I was asked on a podcast, what did I think should be taught in every school, and I immediately said ‘Energetic health’, and this practice I’m going to share with you is just that.

We know we need to exercise to look after our physical body if we want to feel fit, healthy and vibrant, but we also need to look after our energy system too.

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What’s your womb story and why is it important?

What’s your womb story and why is it important?

“Your issue is intimacy and you don’t get more intimate than growing a baby inside of you.”

Her words jolted me to my core.

I was pregnant.

I’d never planned on having children, I’d never seen them as part of my life.

I kind of felt about them the way I feel about cows: They’re cute, but I wouldn’t want one.

Then I met my pretend husband (‘pretend’ because we’re not married, just living in sin 😉 ), and the idea of having a child wasn’t so horrific.

I didn’t actually believe that I would be able to get pregnant as I had been so vocally against it for as long as I could remember, that I assumed my womb had a huge energetic “DO NOT ENTER” sign for babies – And I was fine with that.

But apparently not!

I was pregnant. And in shock.

My hormones were raging and I knew I needed some additional support, so I went to see my acupuncturist.

He was amazing but suggested that although he could rebalance my body, I needed to address the core of the issue.

I was suprised, I felt like I had addressed most issues in my life – I’d been into personal development since I was 16 years old, I was now 35 – so that was a looong time to get my stuff together (or so I thought, haha on me).

I’d read books, attended seminars, had used more healing modalities than I could name, and had been practicing kinesiology for over 15 years – I was pretty confident that I had my stuff in order.

But apparently not.


And let’s face it… there’s nothing like a major event, such as growing a child inside of you, to bring any unresolved stuff screaming to the surface.

I often joke that becoming pregnant sent me to therapy, but it’s kind of true.

The woman I was recommended to see was an energy healer and psychotherapist.

During one of my sessions with her, she asked if she could share something with me, ‘of course!’ I replied, I was always open to this kind of feedback, I loved looking for patterns within myself. Yet I wasn’t quite ready for her feedback.

“Your issue is intimacy and you don’t get more intimate than growing a baby inside of you.”

Immediately I thought to myself ‘what rubbish’.

I was very intimate.

I (thought) I knew myself really well, and I had a deeply loving relationship, how on earth did she think I had intimacy issues?


Then pieces of the puzzle came to mind as I remembered various events.

The most recent being when I nearly drove the car off the road and squealed ‘urghhh get it out of me that’s not normal!’ the first time I felt my baby kick me in the womb.

Then I remembered how I had avoided journaling for so long, only being able to call it the J word, as I didn’t want to become intimate with my deepest thoughts and feelings.


It started to dawn on me, that actually for a long time, it was hard for me to feel *in* my body.

As strange as that may sound, much of the time it felt like I was floating just outside of it.

Not really being connected.

I had been carrying around this Womb trauma and grief that made it too painful to show up fully, so instead I was disconnected from my body and my centre of power.


The Womb is the female centre of power.

(Just a note: when I use the word ‘Womb’, I’m referring to the Womb with a capital ‘W’, your Womb energy, this is the seat of your female power, and is not dependent on the presence of a physical womb)

When you’re disconnected from your Womb space, that energetic space, you also become disconnected from your own power.

When you’re disconnected from your own power one of the most damaging things that can happen is that you can lose your own sense of self, and quite literally forget the truth of who you really are.

You can lose touch with your own hopes, dreams and desires.

One of the main reasons that women become disconnected from their sense of power is that they are taught from a very young age that women are caregivers; loving, kind and nurturing. So it’s then expected that they should  put the needs of others before themselves. To do this women end up suppressing their own thoughts needs and desires until they become numb to them.

They can be so busy putting everyone else’s needs before their own, that they can forget what truly lights them up, and this can leave them feeling frustrated, empty and resentful, and not even know why.

If you think about your Womb space, it’s mainly an empty space that we don’t pay much attention to unless you’re pregnant or have your period.

And for that reason, I see many women using it like a ‘cupboard under the stairs’ or a spare drawer in the kitchen; a space where you put all the items that don’t really have any other place to go.

You have an emotion, you don’t know what to do with it, so it gets stuffed down into the Womb space.

Something happens, you don’t have time to process it, it gets stuffed down into your Womb space.

You have a shock or experience a trauma, it gets stuffed down into your Womb space so that you can continue with everyday life.

All  the ‘junk’ ends up in Womb space and the pelvic girdle.

It’s like a convenient space that’s really handy just to store things in until you know what to do with them, yet we often forget to go back and empty it.


So, the emotions and unprocessed events stay there festering…

And that’s exactly what I had been doing.

I’d been storing, and dare I say ‘hiding’ the remnants of these events in my ‘cupboard under the stairs’ Womb space, and there wasn’t enough room for all of it and my baby.

It was time for me to once and for all clear out the junk and make room for my baby, and reclaim ALL of my power.

The ironic thing was, that I’d ‘left’ my body as I thought it was safer for me. Yet when I released and healed what needed to be addressed and I came back into my body, I felt safer than I ever had before.


Avoiding the issues may have felt easier than facing them, but in fact addressing them left me feeling lighter, freer, happier and rooted in my own sense of self and connected to my seat of power.


I’d never felt so good.

I even came to love feeling my little one squirming around inside of me and practicing his acrobatics.

I came to love journalling, and journal most days!

And my already gorgeous relationship, became even more fulfilling.

I could show up fully for my self, my relationships, and for my child.

And I finally understood on a very physical level what it meant to stand in and own my power.

I felt clearer about what I wanted in life and how I wanted to contribute.

I completely trusted myself and my intuitive wisdom.


My Womb story had changed.

I had changed.

I was ready to create a life that supported my energy, values and feelings.

I was ready to become the SHEro of my own story…


If you’re ready to become the author of your own story too start here>>

The Importance of Reclaiming The Moon

The Importance of Reclaiming The Moon

Women have always been deeply connected to the earth, and to the wisdom of nature.

Through her menstrual cycle, she is connected to the cycles around her, such as, the seasons, the moon phases, the ebb and flow of the tides, and the cycle of life and death.

Once upon a time, this wisdom, this understanding of the mysteries of life, were passed down from woman to woman, from mother to daughter, but over the centuries things began to change.

These, once revered, cycles that were honoured as a circle, began to be seen as inferior to a line.

The circle that had no beginning, or no end, and no hierarchy, was replaced with the line that had a bottom and a top, and a superior and inferior position.

The mysteries and connection to the earth began to be rejected. Intuition, emotions, and healing were ridiculed.



Feeling Disconnected When Being Connected Should Be Easy

Feeling Disconnected When Being Connected Should Be Easy

Sometimes I can’t help but laugh at myself…

One of my deepest desires in life is to feel truly connected to both myself, and the world around me.

I can’t explain why this is important to me, but it’s an inbuilt need I have. When I feel this sense of connection I’m at my happiest, most creative, productive, loving, and nurturing, self.

Over the years I can track a very clear correlation between how connected I feel to nature, and how connected I feel to myself.

These pictures are some views from my home, as you can see I live in the countryside. I’m surrounded by fields, and woodlands.