Most of the Silent Nature Tribe are undertaking the FREE 5 Day Inner Peace Challenge this week. It is great to have sooo many of you on board! Yay!
If you haven't registered, it's not too late as the trainings will be available online until the end of November. Register HERE and fill your week with peace, meditation, nature and stillness.
On this weeks blog I'm just going to share some quirky secrets about my life so that you can get to know me a little better.
8 things you don't know about me
1. My nickname when I was little was "Bubbles". Apparently the first word that I said was 'bubbles' after watching my sister blowing bubbles. There are still a few people in my life that still call me it! Ha!
2. I have the Southern Cross star constellation 'naturally tattooed' on my belly! Heehee! A collection of moles that are perfectly in the shape of the southern cross is just beside my belly button.
3. My favourite movie of all time is Mel Gibsons film Apocalypto. It is an interpretation of the Mayan Civilisation just before the Spanish conquistadors arrived in Central America. It triggers tears every time I watch it.... touches my soul! Watch it if you haven't yet!
4. I have eaten oats for breakfast nearly everyday for the last 5 years. Love them!
5. If I ever find it difficult to make a decision I put my hand on my heart and state the first decision option and watch if my body moves forward or backward. Forward means go for it! I do the same with the second option and watch for any difference in my bodies response.
6. I have a Hawaiian hula dancer on the dashboard of my car who wiggles as I drive over bumps. It's hard to take life too seriously when you always have a smiling dancer in your car!
7. I have a friend who committed suicide 10 years ago and I found his dead body. He was sitting upright, leaning back on his arms with his head back when I found him. Sometimes when I see people sitting in that same position I am reminded of that life changing day. It serves as a reminder to me of how tragedy is one of our greatest teachers.
8. If I am away from the ocean for more than a few weeks I start to feel strange. Seeing the horizon over the ocean has a hugely calming effect on my being.
I'd love to hear something about you if you have the courage to share in the comments below.