Gaian Healing Attunement : Workshop with Omanisa

    1 Day Workshop Channelled by Omanisa  Sunday April 14th 2019 10am to 5pm Fannie Bay, Darwin       $180 AU When I was 16 years old I attended a vision quest led by an American Indian shaman who was visiting my home town of Alice Springs. The vision I received, after fasting, sweating, meditating and staying awake during the night, came at dawn. … Continue reading Gaian Healing Attunement : Workshop with Omanisa

Tree Dryad – Healing Meditation

  Tree dryads are tree spirits. They can be male or female, young or old. For the most part, they are shy, and rarely seen by humans. This tree dryad specialises in healing loneliness, abandonment and rejection wounds in the inner child, and she asked me to channel this healing through for you. Prints of Omanisa’s artwork are available for purchase on request. Continue reading Tree Dryad – Healing Meditation

Grounding : Self-Care Meditation

Listen for free, then contact us to enquire about purchasing your own copy.   The meditation teaches various grounding techniques using creative visualisation or magical intent. Grounding is a valuable technique to learn if you tend to be too floaty, spacey, vague, easily distracted, speedy or clumsy. As the counterpoint to (or anchor for) the altered state of mind accessed during healing and psychic work, … Continue reading Grounding : Self-Care Meditation

Home Brown in the aura

This colour makes me think of chocolate because it is sweet and comforting. The other classic images I tend to see in association with this colour are images of the earth, rocks, mountains, houses, gardens and trees. This is a beautiful colour. Not only is it warm, it has a silky consistency and it’s vibrational frequency is a low humming purr that always makes me … Continue reading Home Brown in the aura

Si, the Crescent Moon Goddess

I was recently in Canberra with my mother, viewing the ‘Gold and the Incas’ exhibition at the National Gallery. On the evening of the second day, I reached out and spoke to spirit because I was feeling intensely moved by the plight of cows. I recognised that driven, almost obsessive feeling; in the past it had been stimulated by guides were were stirring my passion in … Continue reading Si, the Crescent Moon Goddess

Coming to peace with Chaos and Confusion

I’ve seen some new aura colours this week, all in the same person’s aura. She had really unusual colours I hadn’t seen before. I couldn’t work them all out, but I did manage to translate two of them.

The first is a variation on the Confusion colour. Pull out your Confusion Brown Aura Card and imagine something made lighter by the addition of tiny sparkles of golden light, almost as though you are looking at sand with mica specks sprinkled throughout. I’m not sure what to call this new colour. I tried to describe it to my husband Stephen and he suggested ‘Stillness’ or ‘Centred’.

 This is the colour we get in our aura when we accept confusion and chaos. We make our peace with it, and accept a lack of control. Chaos can happen around and within us, but it doesn’t disturb us.

To really explore this colour properly, and see where it fits in my colour system, I need to consider other brown colours that are similar, like Clearing Confusion. This isn’t a colour name you will find in my Aura Card deck.

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My nature spirit teachers – part 2

Gumnut, Button Flower, and Crow After the mistletoe left, gum nut came in. I was surprised because it wasn’t the flower, just the greenish young nut, before it dies and turns into a nut. Normally, it’s the flower that connects with me. I felt the gumnut energy opening and closing inside me, releasing tension and dispersing congested energy, shifting energy from one area to another. … Continue reading My nature spirit teachers – part 2

Daisy Bush at Areyonga


Areyonga was a power place for me; the mountains reached out and connected with me, spoke with me. I haven’t seen a more beautiful place and it was delicious to be nestled so closely between two mountains. The echo was incredible. What I thought were two dogs barking at each other turned out to be one dog barking at himself.

I found two special flowers here, both within metres of one another, a fuchsia and a daisy. This was the first daisy I’d found on the trip and I’d really been looking forwards to connecting with daisy, so it was a magical moment for me. I’d headed in off the road, letting spirit guide my steps, drawn towards some mistletoe. As I stepped up to the tree I realised it wasn’t in flower, but when I looked down, right in front of me was this magnificent daisy bush.

Daisy spoke to me mostly in images and feelings, with the odd word thrown in.  I had to work with this medicine three times before I really grasped its purpose.

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