About Aileen

I started working as a freelance therapist in 1990 utilising the Metamorphic Technique,Aromatherapy and Reiki, the journey has taken me through a labyrinth of learning.
For the first 5 years I treated severely mentally and physically disabled children and young adults, they were my greatest teachers. With no verbal communication ” one had to feel, working on a purely energetic and intuitive basis”. Please click here to continue reading

Aileen's Latest Blog Posts:

Energy Waves

It seems an age since I last wrote my blog. I need a bit of WD40 on the fingers as they feel a bit rusty and stiff. I did a face book post at the beginning of December that was reflective of October and November, which I will add at the end. December was very […]

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Flowers Along The Way

Last week I posted a flower picture each day on my face book page The Lighter Side. This blog is a visual view of my week. The flowers reminded me of a lovely little book I have called The Message of a Flower – The Divine Immanence in Nature. Written and first published in 1920 […]

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Unfamiliar

  My trip to the airport last weekend was very revealing for me. Getting to Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 5 are very easy but Terminal 4 was a new one on me. With no Satnav telling me the way to go, I had to follow the signs. I reduced my speed and was […]

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Emotional Roller Coaster

Who would believe just painting your fingers and toe nails a bright turquoise blue would set up a chain of events that took me on such an emotional roller coaster. It was a fun girlie thing to do before going to a party, Anny had such an array of colours and I loved the turquoise […]

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Seraphina – Part 2

  Russia has always fascinated me, full of mystery in the mists of time. So researching St. Seraphim of Sarov was no great hardship for me. As a child St. Seraphim became very ill, at that time the Kursk Root Icon was being carried in a procession nearby, his mother took him out to meet […]

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Seraphina – Part 1

Signs, synchronicities and co-incidences present themselves in many ways. Some are often hidden in plain sight awaiting the perfect time. They can come in the form of a chance conversation, a song on the radio or in the shopping centre or a word just popping into your head. With the story of Seraphina, Aura Soma […]

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Morning Chorus

Over the next few days I would like to share the story of why I visited New York. It is a story within a story, the story of Seraphina. Today I would like you to see and experience the peace and tranquillity of Anny’s garden in Ottawa. As I stepped outside, on this my first […]

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The Cross

I am most grateful to Woody, who works at the Herkimer Diamond Mine, for telling me the story of the Cross. It really is stunningly beautiful. The two pictures tell the story.

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Trust

This trip I am on is three fold, New York, Herkimer and Ottawa. I will come back to New York and focus at the moment on Herkimer as I am here right now. I arrived at the Herkimer Diamond campsite this afternoon, it’s just beautiful. I am surrounded by lush green grass and beautiful trees. […]

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Loose Ends

Have you ever noticed that whenever you make a decision to change something in your life, every man and his dog wants your attention!! I must admit, that of late I have at times felt overwhelmed. At one point shouting out “I’m going into overload, I can’t do this”, this brought me right back into […]

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Change the World

  This is the most beautiful song, the words and visuals are inspiring and will lift your spirits. Our Inner world and outer world are reflective, so: “If I change, the world will change”  

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Expect the Unexpected

Last week had many facets which started with my day trip to Avebury.  In 1994 I climbed to the top of Silbury Hill but a barbed wire fence stood in my way this time. I must confess that I had the fleeting thought of going through the hole in the fence; good sense prevailed along […]

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