The new year gives us the fresh opportunity to look at our lives, look at what we have created around us and see if it still resonates.

Does your job still call to you?

Are your relationships aligned with your core values?

Do you have any voluntary commitments that just aren’t lighting you up anymore?

If the answer is no to any of these questions, take the time to reflect on that. Changes don’t always need to happen immediately but see if there are some golden opportunities to invite more love into these situations and move towards who you really are and who you want to be and what you want to create, seize them at every opportunity!

In Chinese medicine creativity is an aspect of the feminine. Our creative spirits are often overlooked, ignored and suppressed in our logical analytical society. We need to spend the time to tend to our creative hearts and help them bloom. I believe every person to be an innately creative being, even if they think they ‘can’t draw’ as I so often hear, as if there is only one way to express your creativity!

See how you can cultivate your creativity in your day-to-day life. It can be through the obvious means such as creating art, dancing, cooking, making clothes, singing, the clothes you choose to wear etc. It can also be done through a more subtle yet powerful way by the words you choose and the choices you make. Our creativity has no bounds; every action we choose is creating our reality, so think hard, what do you want your reality to look like? Be aware of the language you use talking to others, and to your self. In the words of Neale Donald Walsch: ‘If you don’t like what you’ve created, create again.’

There is no limit to our creative potential!


Optimising your hormonesLauren Curtain is a qualified Chinese Medicine practitioner, with a strong passion for all things Chinese Medicine, fertility and women’s health. She has been with Angea for over 2 years now, and her treatment style is known for patient empowerment and education. She creates a warm, loving and judgement free environment, and also provides realistic guidance both in diet and lifestyle. Her treatment techniques include a combination of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, cupping, gua sha, moxibustion, Tui Na (Chinese Remedial Massage) and other TCM principles. Contact us on 9510 3700 to book an appointment.


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