Greetings everyone and nice to be back in Australia after an amazing journey seeing only a small part of what the world has to offer. I know that the doors have been opened I will continue on to see more over the next few years hopefully.
England was great for the facts of history as there are so many places to visit and explore throughout the whole country. The many castles, the small villages, and beautiful cathedrals. I found the English very courteous and helpful in many ways.
As many have heard me say I loved the Arthur Findlay College and those that came with me have all decided to go back and learn more as many doors opened for each of us in many different ways in helping us to move forward in our never ending journey as mediums/healers. The college itself if you look on line is definitely Hogwarts style with many passage ways, stair ways and is known as the calendar house and I will let you research that as it is very interesting. It also has secret passageways and beautiful gardens and a cemetery where many great mediums/healers are buried including Arthur Findlay. Many people from all over the world attend this college as there are many who are not as privileged as us to have centres or teachers who can offer those weekly lessons or centres where they can go and watch other mediums work. I had not done any trance work in years so it was great to have the opportunity to sit with other people who were at the college and see how others worked and interesting to hear people speak in their own language and of course would have been great to hear it in English but it takes a lot of energy to translate from one language to another and is not really fair for the channel to do this
We have always sat in meditation as that is what we were always taught but for a long time now in the college people are taught to sit in the power and blend with the energies from spirit and I found that I really enjoyed this exercise and I have taught this to my students and it is amazing how it enhances your mediumship messages and flows more smoothly
We as a large group experienced transfiguration one of the better ones I have seen over the years and the connection made with loved ones from the other side was very comforting to those who were privileged to have family members “appear”
Each of my students found their own paths that week whether it was trance communication or trance healing
After leaving the college my husband joined us for the rest of the journey in England which involved going to a crop circle down near Salisbury just so happens this was right in front of a shop that was making a nice little profit. How convenient.
We were also invited to a spiritualist church in Bournemouth which was very interesting a little different than what we do but I thought the medium was very good with his messages to those that attended. We were invited back if ever we were in England to do a service for them
We also went to other places of interest in England and I loved the Kensington Palace, at each place we went to I felt I just wanted to sit and take in the moment the country side there is beautiful and the people take full advantage of the beautiful gardens and castles
Robert and I left the group as they were heading home and we ventured to Switzerland for five days and I think we packed a lifetime in there. What a beautiful country where the modern world has not touched many of the villages. Most don’t allow motor vehicles in so there was lots of walking and going up very steep mountains to touch upon the snow. Every mountain was like a sanctuary where you could just become one with the universe. We were very lucky to have an ex student from this country welcome us into his home (we have maintained a close friendship for many years) and to take us on this amazing journey. One place we went to I felt so at home in the mountains by the lake and the incredible foliage I did not want to leave. We found our inner child here as we played in the snow, swam in the cold, cold lakes, ventured up into the mountains and just enjoyed the many hours talking, laughing and experienced many new foods etc.
On to Vienna by train and how lovely was that to finally sit and relax and just watch the scenery go by. Vienna was very hot just like being back in Oz and unfortunately we only had one full day here so we did the city tour and the hop on hop off bus and visited the Opera House which was very interesting indeed. Definitely on the list when I go back as too much to see in one day
On to Prague and felt right at home here as the energy for a city that has a lot of negative history was I felt very comfortable and loved it from the start. And I was happy when I found some lovely little markets and a place to buy a pair of colourful shoes. (if you know me you know I love shoes)
The history here was fascinating goes back a long way. We went off on a tour of the city, we caught a bus to the highest point and started our walk with a guide for the next 6 ½ hours visiting all the historical places including a cruise up the river and lovely lunch at a restaurant coming all the way back to the town square and unbeknown to us it was only 7 mins from our hotel where we were staying. Needless to say we were knackered when we got back to our hotel. We needed to rest up as were booked for a tour of the streets to hear the grisly details of who got murdered and where. The next night we went to the underground tunnels to see part of small area of a house that still exists underground. Of course there are spirits there and I was lucky enough to see one hiding in the corner in one of the rooms. This too is a place I would love to come back to and research the history of and spend more time sampling the beautiful wines they have here and as my husband says they have many centuries to get it right. We met some great people on our journey and most were from Australia.
At last home but not as the mind still wanders back to the holiday but life here gets busy as we get back into the swing of our routines
Photos are the tower of London
Leonie Vita and Robert at the train station
Cant go to England and not experience a hot choc