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I have come across some great resources over the last few years that I wanted to share with you.  This part of the site includes useful links, a section on great books I have come across and the best part, Fun Stuff.

Fun Stuff is where you will find free resources such as mandalas that you can print off and colour in with your children.


Here are some great links that you might find useful. - this is Belinda's website.  Her distance healings are amazing.  Belinda offers a range of services from belly dance classes, art therapy, pregnancy workshops and mother blessings. - this is Jane Bennett's website and is the place to go if you are interested in Dru Yoga and Fractology. - Michelle makes wonderful handmade gemstone jewellery.  You can also get customised healing jewellery that is made just for you. - this website is well worth looking at - I love the colours and the Chakradance book and CD are really great.  I talk about Chakradance in my blog Do you want to dance? - Margie is a wonderful woman who creates the most wonderful mandalas.  You can get personal mandalas, mandalas for your business, for children or even for your book cover, which I did for my book Doing It with Love! - this is my sister's, Suzi Prsa, website.  She is a life coach and has a wonderfully simple approach to setting goals and getting you on your way to making those little steps that can transform your life. - a wonderful website for anyone interested in colour.  I mention it in my blog on The Importance of Colour.  It is a beautiful site that looks at colour trends and colour palettes. - a great site that provides lots of information about colour including a newsletter that deals with specific colours.  I also mention this site in my blog on The Importance of Colour. - I will be doing a blog on my experience with Aura-Soma soon.  I also came across a wonderful book "The Aura-Soma Sourcebook - Colour Therapy for the Soul" by Mike Booth and Carol McKnight.  I instantly fell in love with these amazing bottles.  The photography in this book is absolutely captivating. - I came across this site after reading some of Joshua David Stone's books.  There is lots of free information on this site and you can enroll as a student if you feel drawn to. - James Arthur Ray first interested me as he has a business focus to spirituality. - if you like the photography on this site, it was done by Clay Glen of  Clay was really great to work with and his prices are very reasonable. - if you like the look of my website, it was created by Anthony Hall.  I love the look of my website and my logo.  It was important to me to get the colours right and I got just what I wanted.  Anthony has a unique blend of graphic design skills as well as the technical skills to create your website (he really does get excited talking about Joomla).  He is slow but if time is not an issue for you, he might be just the person for you.



Fun Stuff

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This is where you can find free resources with a particular focus on fun stuff you can do with your children.  I will keep adding things over time so please check in from time to time.


If you do not know much about mandalas you might like to check out my blog on Mandalas.  A mandala is a geometric design within a circle.

There are various mandala colouring books you can buy.  One that we have used is called "Kids' Mandalas" by Sterling Publishing Co Inc.

We have spent many happy hours colouring in mandalas.  They are a great tool for relaxation, to learn more about yourself and your children and of course, just for fun!  It is interesting to reflect on the colours that you choose.  You can hang them up on the wall, on the fridge or give them to friends as birthday cards.

I have included a couple of mandalas here and will be adding more over time.  All you have to do is print them off and colour them in.

In keeping with my philosophy that we can do things ourselves, I have created the mandalas myself.  They are very simple - one is just circles so you can get creative and add any shapes or designs that you like.

Perhaps you might like to create your own mandala and send it in to us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

mandala 01                                               mandala 02

Here are some mandalas from Suzi Prsa of Creating Goals.  She has created mandalas with a circle theme.  We have already had fun colouring these mandalas in, this time with water colour pencils.

mandala 03                                 mandala 04                                 mandala 05



Recommended Reading

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In this section you will find books that have made me think as well as the list of books from my book, Doing It with Love!  More will be added over time.  Please let us know of any good books that you have come across as well.

Recent Books

Einstein:  His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson - this book has a good mix of the personal and the science.  Albert's sparkling eyes on the cover caught my attention.  I loved the way Einstein explained his theory of how the universe is finite but has no edges to it.

Aura-Soma:  Self-Discovery through Colour by Vicky Wall - an interesting book which describes how Vicky Wall came to discover Aura-Soma, her journey with these amazing bottles and how she introduced them into the world.

The Teachings of Don Juan:  A Yaqui Way of Knowledge by Don Castaneda - this book describes his experience with an Indian Shaman and is quite scholarly as it forms part of his anthropological studies.  There is one point where I burst out laughing and could not stop laughing every time I thought about his experience

The Road He Travelled by Arthur Jones - I do not particularly like Jones' style of writing and he seems to not particularly like his subject but there is no doubt that M Scott Peck was a fascinating man.  See my blog on Do you practise what you preach?

eat pray love by Elizabeth Gilbert - this wonderful woman shares so much of her journey it makes me catch my breath.  See my blog on eat pray love for more on this book.  It would be great to hear what you thought about it.

Books from Doing It with Love!

The following list of books has been taken from Doing It with Love! by Mary Marko. 

I am always on the look out for interesting books, so I thought it might be useful to provide a list of books that have made me think over the years.  The main criterion I have used is that the book has been thought provoking, not necessarily enjoyable or beautifully written.

The Celestine Prophesy by James Redfield - it is so simple but profound as well.  I very rarely re-read books but over the years I have read this book about eight or so times and always got something out of it.  I have not read it for a few years so I might have to give it another go soon.  I have read other books by this author but they did not have the same effect.

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy - Tolstoy writes so beautifully, you are instantly transported and his philosophy of life is very interesting.

The Idiot, Crime and Punishment, Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevksy - I really enjoyed The Idiot.  Brothers Karamazov and Crime and Punishment were interesting and provided lots of food for thought but were not as enjoyable.

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle - a great reminder to live in the now and be present.

Essential Energy Balancing by Diane Stein - the first of three books that I have found amazing - this book has helped me realise that I can do it myself.

Soul Psychology by Joshua David Stone - I have read a few of his books and they are very interesting.  His focus in Soul Psychology is on integrating all aspects of yourself and transcending your negative ego.

Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela - this book is very inspiring.

Anastasia by Vladimir Megre - the first of eight books that are really fascinating.  The main concept is about establishing a Kin's Domain.  I am really excited about starting plans for my own Kin's Domain.

Zen and the Art of Motorcyle Maintenance by Robert M Pirsig - the whole issue of quality is one that really intrigues me.

Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell - this book really disturbed me for a long time.  I remember staying up late one night to finish it and being absolutely devastated - what is life without hope.

Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter, The Prime of LIfe by Simone de Beauvoir - a very interesting woman.

The Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand - she has an interesting philosophy.  I read these books in my early 20s - they were from a friend's mother.

Perfect Health by Deepak Chopra - a great book about Ayurveda and living in tune with your body type.

Cave in the Snow by Vicki Mackenzie - about an English woman who spent 12 years meditating in a cave.

The Road Less Travelled by M Scott Peck - a fascinating book that was given to me as a gift many years ago.  I will have to re-read it again soon.

Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder - a mystery story that is also a history of philosophy.