Flipping the Pyramid – The First Instalment of Vosloo’s Video Series

‘Flipping the Pyramid’, the first instalment of Vosloo’s video series is now online! He and his special guest, Thérèse of Lisieux, offered their wisdom on the equality of all souls. Channelling them both was an absolutely beautiful experience. ☀️🌹 ‘Flipping the Pyramid’ is all about how we can erase dysfunctional hierarchies within society, by first…

Honouring Thérèse

Today is the birthday of Thérèse of Lisieux (also known as ‘The Little Flower’). Thérèse is a wonderful soul who is very dear to my heart. She was a Carmelite nun who lived in Normandy, northern France, during the late nineteenth century. She was born on January 2nd 1873 in a small town called Alençon,…

Channelling Mary Magdalene (Video)

Mary Magdalene came through in the fourth and final instalment of my video series on female mystics associated with Christianity. In this video, she spoke about a number of issues that are dear to her heart. These included: 🌹 Honouring the body in ALL of its guises, and having compassion for those with physical or…

‘The Lines on my Face’ – Introducing Teresa of Avíla (Video)

I’m continuing my video series on female Christian mystics with a channelling of Teresa of Avíla, available to watch below. 😊 Teresa was a Carmelite nun who lived in Spain during the sixteenth century, and has since become well-known for her extensive contributions to Catholic theology and her spiritual writings (The Interior Castle, in particular,…

‘My Vocation is Love’ – Introducing Thérèse of Lisieux (Video)

I recently started creating a video series on female Christian mystics (read this post to learn more about what this subject to me) and I have begun the series by introducing Thérèse of Lisieux. In this video, she discusses what the words “vocation” and “pledge” can mean to people living in the modern era, the…

Female Christian Mysticism: Preparing to Speak

Lately, I have been daring myself, more and more often, to speak openly about spiritual topics that are close to my heart: secure in the knowledge that people who don’t know what I’m on about are not obligated to listen to my ramblings. 😂 Some of my loved ones do think I’m a little weird, but there…