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Milli Moonstone on Managing Grief and Creating Sacred Space

Milli Moonstone on Managing Grief and Creating Sacred Space
Milli Moonstone has facilitated or played music at more than 800 ceremonies with sacred plant medicine Ayahuasca. She worked alongside her beloved, Norberto, from the SoMilli Moonstone is a psychedelic facilitator, musician and coach, who has been guiding many thousands of people through deeply transformative journeys for 15 years.

Memories of our Loved One’s

Memories of our Loved One’s
This is a letter he wrote to me when I ended up getting sectioned in a psychiatric ward, where again he supported me as he knew I shouldn’t be in there. He knew the truth that I was suffering from grief.  Words can be so powerful, for helping others and hurting others. I re-read this letter many times and it gave me strength and hope that I would recover and get out of the ward I was sectioned in.

Deconstructing You - Life Unravelled in Five Minutes, Dark Night of the Soul

Deconstructing You with Alice Readman on Podcast Elinor Moshe April 2024

Deconstructing YOU Podcast with Elinor Moshe 

Alice Readman has had a varied career, from her 20’s as a bass player in the UK indie band “the auteurs”, to retraining in photography and working for top UK magazine companies. In her 40’s she retrained as a graphic designer and started a married life.

Her life completely changed one day when her 5 year marriage came to a sudden end, her husband announced he was having an affair and no longer wanted their 2 adopted children; they were meeting the next day.

Learning to Speak up and Share our Personal message

Learning to Speak up and Share our Personal message
In the last few months I've been a guest on some podcasts. I have started to share my book and my personal experiences in life. It's quite nerve wr...

Celebrating International Women's Day with Julia Cartwright on I Am Alice Podcast

Celebrating International Women's Day with Julia Cartwright on I Am Alice Podcast
To celebrate International Women's Day, I spoke to Julia Cartwright and how to navigate change, one of my favourite subjects, particularly at this ...

What I am learning about Grief?

What I am learning about Grief?
  An Hour is a Sea Between a few, and me With them would Harbour be.    Emily Dickinson           Accepting my feelings come in waves and takin...

Vanessa Elston talks about Frequency

Vanessa Elston talks about Frequency
  Meet Vanessa Elston, She's a healer from the UK. Listen to her story of Transformation after she woke up unable to move.  From working in the fas...

Why do we write our own true stories ?

Why do we write our own true stories ?
When we go through monumental change we can often be moved to share it. Why? Firstly, Because we know it will help others. We feel compelled to share our wisdom and experience so others can benefit from out truth. We found a way through the transformation and growth and in sharing our story we hope to help others who can relate to it. It’s that simple. Sharing our vulnerable experience can help dissolve our own personal shame and embarrassment knowing that we are not alone. Our personal experience has probably happened to others in similar ways. 

I Am Alice Podcast - listen here...

I Am Alice Podcast  - listen here...

The Power of Mantras: A Guide for Beginners with Chris Prawita

The Power of Mantras: A Guide for Beginners with Chris Prawita
The first guest, on I am Alice Podcast I talk to Chris Prawita about the Power of Mantra, from the beautiful Askara Sound Temple in Ubud, Bali. Chris studied mantra in India and it became her daily practice and she noticed in time how chanting was slowly changing her life. We discuss the power of mantra and how it can help us to become our true authentic self, being in our true nature, and essence. Mantra brings us Clarity and balance in our lives and it has given Chris the confidence to sing and follow her dream of moving to Bali and creating Askara Sound Temple.

What a surprise I Am Alice is Number #1 on Amazon books

What a surprise I Am Alice is Number #1 on Amazon books

Everyone should read this candid and thought provoking account of three very real and personal experiences that actually happened to one person. Each of these individual events would be challenging for anyone, but when combined are the stuff of nightmares. Alice takes us through her thoughts, actions and reactions to unexpected life changing situations that we all think will never happen to us, prompting the reader to ask 'what would I do if any of this happened to me?'

Laura Kennedy

I am flabbergasted and gobsmacked that the human spirit can survive such personal trauma and then go on to flourish and thrive - as Alice has done.For anyone who has had any experience of trauma, be it first hand or second hand, her story is a shining beacon of survival, resilience and the art of creating a new and vibrant future. A memoir like no other. A ‘must read’ for all!

Bobbie