Life has thrown me a few curved balls of late to which the alignment of the chain of events involved in my story has been nothing less than Divine intervention. I often say that God/Creator/Universe has a sense of humour, thankfully I can see the funny side of life.

Being blessed with the gift of transformation and resilience I am able transcend the events of my life (that could be perceived as traumatic) rapidly and begin again.

My Process

I feel the emotions that I experience in relation to the event/situation, I explore the story I have about the event/situation, I acknowledge the pain, I cry, I laugh and I express myself (to myself primarily) and I let go. The letting go part is sometimes the most difficult.

My process allows me to create a space for something new to show up for me, and believe me it does show up and very quickly!

Once I am through to the other side, my heart is open and sometimes it feels like it has literally broken open, and I experience a deep sense gratitude for this experience, I focus on love and forgiveness and I then put my attention on the next thing/event/situation. see also: The hooponopono Prayer

A yes mentality

Rather than resisting what shows up for you in life, embrace what shows up. Slow down, breathe and expand into the new experience fully.


I must also mention that there is a strong spiritual element to my life. I am deeply connected to the Divine, some might use the word, God/Universe/ Creator. I have an innate knowing that I am divinely guided and protected no matter how messy things look from an outsiders’ perspective.

Gratitude and Love

I am grateful for the many chapters of my life. Here is a small snapshot of my life so far….

Let go and let God

I currently have six court cases on the go, three in the Supreme Court and three in the Magistrates court all of them are centred in defending my right to travel in peace on the Kings roads of the Commonwealth.

It hasn’t been an easy journey. The WESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE
[ABN 91 724 684 688] have stolen my car four times, extorted money from my estate, they crushed my Hyundai Accent because I didn’t pay the extortion fees (this car was registered on the PPSR and I was listed as the Secured Party Creditor), and because I wouldn’t remove it from the PPSR crushed it, they stole my private plates six times, they kidnapped me twice and even threatened to smash my window late last year. I have been deprived of my liberty and assaulted by court security twice!!!

These experiences have made me stronger and more knowledgeable regarding my rights in relation to the law. I am not fearful of the police, Magistrates or Judges.

I am grateful for the court challenges, not to mention the many other challenges I have faced over the last few years including COVID. Through this, I have learnt so much about who I am, where I stand and where I get my authority from.

Through every challenge I experience the depth of my strength, courage, integrity and resolve. Not to mention the many facets of who I am archetypically. Alanis Morissette – I’m a Bitch sums it up.

If you are struggling in the face of your challenges, take some deep breaths and connect with your heart. When you feel a release (you may feel lighter) allow yourself to smile and expand into the fullness of who you are. Have faith and know that you can do this!

I am who I am and that is enough

I am enough. Needing to be nothing more and nothing less brings a deep seated sense of peace and expansion. Resting in the calm chasm of self. We stop trying to be more than we are, or wanting more and we sit in the moment fulfilled.

I know that everything happens for me, not to me and when I argue with reality I only lose 100% of the time. See The Work

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mantra (n.)

1808, “that part of the Vedas which contains hymns,” from Sanskrit mantra-s “sacred message or text, charm, spell, counsel,” literally “instrument of thought,” related to manyate “thinks,” from PIE root *men- (1) “to think.” Meaning “sacred text used as a charm or incantation” is by 1900; sense of “special word used for yoga meditation” is recorded in English by 1956.also from 1808

divine (adj.)

late 14c., “pertaining to, of the nature of, or proceeding from God or a god; addressed to God,” from Old French divindevin (12c.), from Latin divinus “of a god,” from divus “of or belonging to a god, inspired, prophetic,” related to deus “god, deity” (from PIE root *dyeu- “to shine,” in derivatives “sky, heaven, god”).

The weakened sense of “excellent in the highest degree, heavenly” had evolved by late 15c. The phrase divine right, indicating one conferred by or based on ordinance of God, is from c. 1600.

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