Christmas is time PEACE, LOVE, JOY and HAPPINESS.
Christmas is a space in TIME and a space in the Australian culture, a true space in our hearts.
No snow, yet we share the outdoor feel of the Australian summer.
It’s a time NSW Christmas Bush to flower – a time for joy – a time for sharing – a time for being PRESENT in the HERE and NOW – a time for sharing GIFTS.
Continue reading Christmas Story – Be Present – giving and receiving Gifts
Australian Essential Oils far outway the ones that most Australian’s buy in the supermarket.
OH! that will do, for Health, cleaning and for the first aid cabinet.
Education about what you actually need is a priority.
Fact or Fiction? TV now warns us of the ‘Superbug” resistant to drugs. MRSA.
Some and only sum pure, unadulterated Essential Oils are not resistant.
Just the words Tea Tree and Eucalyptus do not mean what you think they mean.
Unless you see the BOTANICAL NAME.
Other than that they may smell nice and may just kill something or another:
Non Botanical Named Oils are OK for cleaning although will still have an affect your health.
Learn first to seek the purpose, then seek your solution.
Plug ins and candles are nice, yet pure essential oils have a different purpose.
Heating of essential oils can also destroy the healing benefits of the molecular structure.
Please, if this means anything to you and your family then look for the Botanical Name, because if it does not have one what are you risking?
Tea tree: Australia’s oldest medicine
The Macleay Museum holds a significant collection of objects representing the rich diversity of Aboriginal cultural knowledges relating to Australian history. Continue reading Australia’s oldest medicine
Nation salutes the strong, silent type
Bob Beale – Sydney Morning Herald
March 29, 2008
Paul Keating is right: Sydney was tapped on the shoulder by a rainbow when it got its amazing Opera House. We are right to celebrate it and be super-sensitive to its conservation and the integrity of its setting. Continue reading Gum Trees the silent keepers of Sydney Opera House
On 18 January 1788 the First Fleet arrived at Botany Bay, which Joseph Banks had declared suitable for a penal colony after he returned from a journey there in 1770. Continue reading Sydney for $5