This is a part of a series. If you’ve just walked in, you may wish to start here.  // Serendipity & Self-Healing // When you almost sell someone a handbag, and instead you become a healer. Without further ado: at this point in the story its the 3rd of January, 2013 and we’ve landed in Dubai. The land of sand. There were many practicalities to handle, namely, moving out of what I called the ‘sad house’. Cristiano had lived in an empty apartment with only a bed, sheets, an assortment of odd pillows and a few bath towels. Empty spaces outlined where there might have… View Post

This is a post in a series about how I started to follow the Shamanic Path. You can read all of the prior posts here: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Get settled in – this post goes long and deep. After a few months working with my Shaman, I decided to take the plunge and try working with ‘the plant’: San Pedro. I knew going into my first session that I wanted to work with ‘the plant’, I just had no idea what that the hell that actually meant. I had tucked the practical realities about plant medicine into the… View Post

You would be a clever Trevor to start off by reading Part 1 and Part 2 of this saga. Learning to meditate really changed my life, and while I know loads of people will roll their eyes at this statement, I still stand by it. Meditating is not for everyone, and while I used to be a jerk that ran around espousing the benefits and miracles provided by achieving mental stillness, I’ve since learned that not everybody needs to follow my path. I’m a bit of an energetic sponge, so it really suits me, but for others it might be… View Post

If you haven’t already, I’d recommend heading over here to read Part 1 of How the Woo-Woo Found Me.  Last Night a Dinner Party Saved My Life If you’ve read Part 1, you know where we are at this point in the story: insecurity, self-esteem issues, some work success, decent money and a mediocre relationship. Greasy fingers on the slippery cliff. Yee-ha. Around this time, I joined a women’s group, The Sorority. Headed up by the super fabulous Lisa Tse, who definitely fits my definition of what it means to be a serious Woo-man, The Sorority was a great place… View Post