A Message From The Creator

“The Ego, however, is not who you really are. The ego is your self-image; it is your social mask; it is the role you are playing. Your social mask thrives on approval. It wants control, and it is sustained by power, because it lives in fear.” 
― Deepak Chopra

Inspirational Woman Of The Day


As a renowned world authority on natural healing and health and considered to be a vibrant source of energy, she loves giving up-beat and innovative presentations, which have ensured constant invitations to be a guest speaker and facilitator throughout the world for the last 22 years. Christine, a vibrant source of energy, whose well known up-beat and innovative presentations have ensured constant invitations to be a guest speaker on Natural Health and Healing, throughout the world, for over 22 years.

She is a renowned world authority on these subjects and the author of six popular books, all published by Hodder and Stoughton, UK, on Reflexology, the Language of the Feet and Channelling.

Chris, affectionately known as ‘The Universal Foot Lady’, stumbled onto feet in 1987 as a total sceptic, but has since combined 10 years of medical knowledge, attained in the UK and USA, with her fertile and innovative mind to create a more wholistic and visionary approach to health and healing, making sure that complementary modalities keep pace, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, with the ever-expanding needs of modern life.

Her willingness to share these innovative views have resulted in numerous radio and television interviews in the USA, Canada, throughout the United Kingdom, Ireland, in the Middle and Far East, as well as Australia, New Zealand and Southern Africa. There have also been countless articles in international newspapers and magazines. This year she has been invited to Japan, having appeared in numerous health magazines there, following the publication of the ‘Language of the Feet’ in Japanese.

This amazing lady is also passionate about swimming with wild dolphins and facilitates wholistic journeys to Mozambique, along with Soul Safaris through Southern Africa.

In 2004, her original family home in Rivonia, Johannesburg, was converted into a beautiful health sanctuary, known as GOOD VIBRATIONS, which offers Divine space for healing therapies, consultations, seminars, self-empowering workshops, Kidz Yoga, Belly Dancing and SO MUCH MORE!  Its serene garden has a sparkling swimming pool and two spacious lapas.

At the moment, Chris and her husband, John, are setting up a self-sustaining health retreat, two hours north of Johannesburg, where individuals can just be themselves, remembering how to tread gently on the land. To this end, Chris is doing Permaculture and Natural Home Building Courses this year.

Chris, now known as the ‘Universal Soul Whisperer’, continues to inspire and support many individuals worldwide by sharing fascinating Universal information and insights into how the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of our authentic being are constantly reflected in everyday life and how best to regain and maintain optimum health.

Inspiration Of A Young Woman

Holly Borg is a high school senior and a fundraising powerhouse who runs Interact District 5170 as District Governor. An organization of over 80 clubs and 6,000 teen members, Interact 5170 is a grassroots fundraising phenomenon. Holly wants to be a doctor and work in Africa in the future. She believes in Firelight’s ability to find the small community based organizations that greatly improve the lives of thousands of children. Firelight is one of the nonprofits to receive funds from Interact 5170 this year. Holly can sit at a table with well-educated and successful adults, and without blinking an eye, negotiate a deal to benefit an organization she believes in. She manages large groups of teens and keeps expectations high. She oversees events, keeps tabs on income, and even takes her team to task when she has to. It is no small talent that, at the age of 17, she can head an organization comprised of over 6,000 teens and raise hundreds of thousands of dollars in the name of benefitting the greater good.  

Inspiration Of Motherhood

Stay-at-home moms more depressed than working moms, study finds

By Lisa Flam


There’s meal prep, laundry, cleaning, and  trying to put all of those toys and games away faster than they’re being taken out.Bad weather can keep you in PJs an entire day, and there’s always the question of when exactly to grab that shower.


Is it any wonder that a Gallup survey of 60,000 women released today found that stay-at-home moms are more likely to have felt depression, sadness, anger and worry than working mothers?


“I didn’t find it shocking at all,” says Today.com contributor Robi Ludwig, a psychotherapist. “There have been studies that suggest the happiest women are women who have kids and can work part time and have a bit more flexibility over their schedule.”


While having a job forces a mom to get dressed for the outside world and interact with other adults, the isolation that can come with staying home can lead to more negative feelings, Ludwig says.


“Isolation is a killer,” she says. “We as human beings are not meant to be alone. The more we’re alone, the more we more look at all the things we feel are not right with our lives. It contributes to people getting into a negative, self-attacking mentality.”
When it comes to stay-at-home moms, those with a child under 18 at home, the surveyfound that 41 percent felt worry, 26 percent felt sadness, 50 percent felt stress, 19 percent felt anger and 28 percent had been diagnosed with depression. For the working mothers, those who work part- or full-time with a child under 18 at home, the study found that 34 percent felt worry, 16 percent felt sadness, 48 percent felt stress, 14 percent felt anger and 17 percent were diagnosed with depression.
The survey results were based on telephone interviews conducted between Jan. 1 and April 30 of 60,799 women ages 18 to 64 living in the U.S. as part of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey.
Working mothers were more likely to report that they were thriving, experiencing enjoyment and happiness, learning something interesting and yes, even smiling.
Even if a woman doesn’t love her job, just putting in a day’s work and earning a paycheck can provide the sense of accomplishment that gives self worth, Ludwig says. On the other hand, facing all of the Groundhog Day moments that come with staying home (not another dirty diaper!), it’s hard to feel fulfilled when the job never ends.
“For some (stay-at-home) moms, they can feel like they’re in no-man’s land,” Ludwig says. “It’s hard to feel accomplished. It’s hard to define themselves because they’re overloaded with the have-to-dos of the home. It’s a job that’s never complete. There’s always something that needs to be done. They can feel like an indentured servant.”
Whether you work or stay home, mothers need to connect with their peers and find their purpose in life, Ludwig says. Even for the wealthiest mothers, shopping, lunching

and working out is not enough, she says. Join a book club, a mother’s group or volunteer in the school system – something that makes you feel like you’re growing, she advises.
“The challenge for stay-at-home moms is it’s hard to feel like they’re growing,” Ludwig says. “If, for a period of time it’s not in the cards to have a job, find a purpose.”
“Find a way so your world is not just about unmade beds and making breakfast, lunch and dinner,” Ludwig says.
And as the mommy wars seem never to die down completely, those are words to live by.

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