Sunday, 20 November 2011

New Website...

Hi Everyone,
I am now in the process of setting up my website, it is based on Spirituality & The Paranormal in North Yorkshire, I have emailed a few psychics, mediums and tarot readers and ghost hunting companies to advertise on my website and opened forums for my members paranormal stories and chatter.   Also I will advertise all local events in North Yorkshire and plenty of information from research, journalism and interviews.

The problem is I need members :-), lots of them lol.   So I would be very grateful if you all could have a look at the website and join if possible to get my community going a little bit...
Also when it is all up and running I plan to buy the actual domain name.

Hope to hear from you all soon.
Love Kim xxx 


The 7 Main Chakras...

Our chakras (Sanskrit for wheel) run down the centre of our body and are centers of energy (the entry doors to your Aura).  The lower half is the instinctual side and the upper half is the mental side of us.

We need to balance our chakras to be at one with ourselves.  chakras can be open, under active and overactive, the over active chakras compensate for the under active. 

1. Root Chakra (Muladhara) - Security & Grounded 
Location: Base of the spine.
2. Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana) - Feeling & Sexuality 
Location: Lower Abdomen

3.  Naval Chakra (Manipura) - Self Esteem & Control
Location: Solar Plexus (Below the Diaphragm)

4. Heart Chakra (Anahatra)  - Love, kindness and affection
Location: Chest, Heart, Cardiac Plexus
5. Throat Chakra ( Vissudha)  - Self Expression  
Location: Throat


6. Third Eye Chakra (Ajna) - Insight & Visualisation
Location: Centre of the forehead
7. Crown Chakra (Sahasrara) - Wisdom & Being One with the World
Location: The Crown of the Skull


There are actually 88,000 chakras in ones body, the majority being small and insignificant but 40 of then have a significant function.  These are constantly turning and vibrating. 

Chakras influence our body shape, glandular process, chronic physical ailments, thoughts and behaviour.  When one or more is blocked we can notice this within our daily lives.

How to heal your chakras...

1.  Healing such as Reiki
2. Colour Therapy
3. Yoga
4. Conscious Breathing
5. Physical Exercise
6. Meditation
7. Positive Thinking
8. Affirmations
9. Balancing (Hands Pendulum, Crystals and gemstones)
10. Aromatherapy

Sanskrit - An ancient Indic language of India.
The Lotus Flower - In Hinduism each person has the spirit of a sacred lotus flower within them, a symbol of the centers of consciousness within the body.  Awakening of the spiritual reality of life.

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Still Waiting...

Well I bought a book written by my favourite writer Sylvia Browne and it still has not come :( so I checked my emails and realised I have ordered it from America lol silly me. I can't wait to read it (Sylvia Brownes Lessons for Life) and a book review will come shortly after.  Sylvia Browne, I love her books, they are so inspirational and amazing to read.  I have read, 'Life on the Other Side', 'Past Lives Future Healing' and 'The Other Side and Back'.  Wow. Sylvia Browne is a spiritual teacher, psychic, lecturer, writer and researcher in the field of parapsychology.  She started with her psychic abilities at the age of three in her home town of Kansas City.  In 1974 she incorporated The Nirvana Foundation for psychic research.  In 1986 Sylvia also formed another organisation 'The Society of Novus Spirit' (New Spirit) based on the Christian Gnostic Theology. 

Here is a link to Sylvia Brownes Website :-)
She has inspired me beyond words. I'll post a blog on here based on my new book review soon as it comes and get to read it.

Anyway... not had a very good week this week, we had to send poor Newt back to his previous owners, he snapped at Molly my three year old and we had only had him 3 days,  I couldn't risk anything happening with Jack Russells being working dogs and tendency to snap.  I understand he is a terrier dog and don't blame him at all, he was in an unknown home with unknown people and had grew up 3 years with another family.  Molly is at her toddler stages and was playing nicely with her balloon and he just jumped out of his bed and snapped.  Quite a shock to us as he was such a lovely, loving, obedient dog.  So now he is back with his original family. 

I got reminded of Christmas coming soon :-) I <3 Christmas, It is by far the best time of year for us to get a chance to enjoy ourselves with family and friends. We had a late night shopping night in the village and it was filled with everything Christmas, mince pies, carol singers, lights, decorations and all the shops had a raffle jar at the till to get a discount on what we had bought.  I'm so excited for the first year ever I am having my parents over for dinner :-) and spending Christmas at home instead of my parents house.  Only five more weeks.

My Rosie Christmas 2010 

Thank you for Reading. Kim xXx

Im a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here... Tagged Post :-)

1. What one thing about being a parent makes you scream “Get me out of here!”

Terrible Two Tantrums Definatley :-)

2. What skills, if any, do you have that would be useful in the jungle?

Been on many outdor actvities and camping trips & Lighting fires ha :-)

3. How are you likely to annoy people in your were stuck with them for 3 weeks?

hmmmm lol I tend to giggle a lot so maybe that. :-)

4. What is the worst thing you have ever eaten?

Erm according to my partner winkles lol.

5. What luxury item would you take into the jungle with you?

Fleece blanket to sit on, lie on, cuddle into :)

6. What is the most daring thing you have ever done?

Get hypnotised in front of an audience lol

7. Who would you miss most if you went into the jungle with a bunch of strangers?

My daughters
8. What celebrity alive or dead would you like to have with you in the jungle?

Jim Carey <3
9. What would scare you about being in the jungle?

Wild creepy crawlies and not knowing what the next task was.

10. After leaving the jungle, you go to a luxury hotel. What would be the first thing you did on reaching your hotel?

Get in lovely, relaxing hot bath :-)

11th mission should you choose to accept it is to tell us why the person who tagged you is a star.

Because it was nice to get a random tag and do something like this and get the chance to read blog.

Here is Kateonthinice blog link: Thankyou Kate.

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

A Big Thankyou

Just a quick post to give a Big Thank you to my first follower Phoenix and a link to her blog :-).
Thanks Again and hope you enjoy my future posts as much as I will enjoy yours :-).
Kim x

Monday, 14 November 2011

Just Giving

I'm starting my 'Just Giving' page to give me more motivation to better my personal health. Also I would like to give something back to the BHF because my 2month old daughter Lily-Mae was born with a heart defect called Pulmonary Stenosis and throughout my family there is a genetic heart defect called Brigada Syndrome and I think the work of the BHF is amazing.
I plan to better my own health by quitting the dirty habit of smoking, eating a healthy diet, regular exercise, healthy fundraising and yoga. I want to find the best ways to do all of these things and stick to each one. I want to raise enough money to give something back to the BHF for the help with my daughter and other family members.
I have three lttle girls (5, 3 and 2month) who would benefit greatly from a healthy mummy and a healthy lifestyle.
Thankyou for reading and supporting me. Kim XxX

New Addition

Hello World,
Well what an eventful week, we have all been suffering with flu especially my little girl Molly-Sue and at the moment we have a new addition to complete our country lifestyle family, Newt the 3year old Jack Russell.  He has been brilliant up to now with the girls, he is house trained and good on our walks, although as JR are hunting dogs I cant helping feeling a little nervous with him around Lily-Mae my youngest baby girl.  Also Sooty my cat is petrified of him at the moment, this also makes me nervous as Newts natural instinct could kick in.  All that said but Newt has been brought up with cats, other dogs and a baby girl.  Newt is on a weeks trial to see if he can adapt to my family and I can settle with the nervousness, I think he would love it here, the girls love him and there are so many country dog walks around here so lets see how it goes.

I have just finished reading 'SHUT UP, STOP WHINING & GET A LIFE' by Larry Winget, WOW what a book :-).  It is one of the best books  have ever read and gets straight to the point.  The best advce in the book is "When you mess up... big deal.  Just admit it, fix it and move on.  Other than that life's a party." I really enjoyed it, he's hilarious and honest and says most things people would shy away from. At the end of the book he sets up the following test for you:
  • Am I Happy?
  • Am I Healthy?
  • Am I Serving?
  • Am I Loving?
  • Am I Learning?
  • Am I havng Fun?
  • Am I doing something I enjoy?
  • Am I propserous?
If the answer is yes to all of these is yes, then celebrate.  If you answered no then stop and do whatever it takes to turn that no to a yes.  I have found this test really great and found what it s in my life I need to work on. So wish me luck on that list :-). 

Friday, 4 November 2011


Hello, welcome to my weird and wonderful life.  My passion is to write and take photos throughout my life.  I thrive off new experiences and creativity.  I love life and do all I can for my own spiritual growth.  I have three beautiful little girls (Rosie, Molly & Lily) and want them to grow following our family values of Love, Peace & Freedom.  I love to live a simple life, without too many materialistic things and needs.  I love nature, walking, family, friends, dancing, parenting, learning and travelling.  I am starting this blog as a diary of my life but also to inspire others and work on my writing.  I am currently studying photography and spiritual journalism.  

I want to give something back to the world, I let myself down a bit years ago in starting to smoke but recently I gave birth to Lily-Mae and sadly she had a heart defect (Pulmonary Stenosis).  This has pushed me to stop smoking and achieve great health.  I have always loved hiking since I was a child and I plan to keep walking in my life.  I would love to start jogging in a replacement to my morning cigarette for the rush of fresh air to get me set for the day.  I am also going to get deeper and further into spirituality to improve myself with meditation, spiritual exercise (not chosen which one yet) and relaxation techniques. 

With Lily-Maes' condition, I also have a genetic heart condition throughout my family named Brigada Syndrome.  This has pushed me to want to do fundraising and charity work for The British Heart Foundation to give something back to them for all the hard work and life saving research they carry out.  Keep a look out for my future posts about the charity work I plan to get involved in and how it goes. 

I plan to live my life to the full and inspire others, I have been through a life full of ups and downs and have learnt a great deal.  We are all here for spiritual growth and to enjoy the experience of life.  We have complete freedom of choice and we can choose to live with unconditional love, faith and peace. 

Tomorrow is Bonfire/Guy Fawkes Night :-), My family will be following tradition of going to a huge bonfire at the farm and watching some fireworks.  Afterwards, when we are all back home in the warmth and the children are asleep me and my partner plan to set off a Chinease Lantern each out the back of the house.  They read on the back "Write on the lantern your wish, it will rise up to the heavens and come true" So what have we got to lose :-). 
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Thankyou for reading my very first blog.

Kimberley Michelle x