Books by Catherine Green
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Top Posts & Pages
- #AtoZChallenge – Day 19 – Simon Bunce and Sally Frost
- Children's Book Prize Winners & Booker Prize List
- Support Your Local Charities #WATWB
- #AtoZChallenge - What’s Your Vice?
- My First Ghost Hunt: Ordsall Hall, Salford
- What is Reiki and how does it Work?
- Ghostly Giveaway Free Books for #Halloween
- My Second Ghost Hunt: Rileys Snooker Hall, Oldham
- Hot Girls and Ladies in Hot Books!
- My Ghost Adventures Remembered #paranormal #ghosthunter
Tag Archives: nature meditation
Meditation is a wonderful tool for self-care. Years ago, before I learned about this powerful healing practice, I thought meditation was something that wouldn’t work for me. I didn’t know how to meditate. I couldn’t sit still for more than … Continue reading
Spring is finally in the air after our “Beast from the East” that ravaged the UK during the past few weeks. Today we had heavy rain in the morning, but now the sun is shining, and the air feels fresh. … Continue reading
With newspapers informing us that more millennials are turning away from religion than past generations, it is soothing to know that the search for the spiritual remains strong. Younger generations may define themselves as “spiritual but not religious,” but many … Continue reading
I feel a deep connection with my Celtic heritage, and through years of meditation practice and communing with kindred spirits, I accept the way I feel when I see traditional Celtic symbols and designs on jewellery and soft furnishings. These … Continue reading
Last weekend, my eldest daughter and I set off on a fairy quest. We took her dad and younger sister, and the dog, to Queen’s Park in Crewe, Cheshire. This is a beautiful place to visit. I love its history … Continue reading
We have just returned to school following the half-term holiday here in the UK. I was looking forward to a break from routine, and even hoped that I might find time to rest with my daughters as we prepared for … Continue reading
I am a witch. It took a long time for me to accept this label. I’ve always loved the romantic notion of a witch, I lapped up the pop culture when I was younger (Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Morticia Addams), … Continue reading
The past few weeks have been fairly tumultuous for me. Well, I suppose the past 9 weeks really, and before that, as I dealt with a very uncomfortable pregnancy, a surprisingly quick birth, and now being mostly home alone with … Continue reading
As my fire vision quest continued through the night, I learned a lot about my place in the land around me. Rather than feeling detached, unsettled and confused, I am now completely aware of why I am here and what … Continue reading