how the light gets in 2018

Highlights from How the Light Gets In Festival

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This is me laying down in Hampstead Heath on the weekend after a whole day of being in Walthamstow Wetlands, seeking the most naturelike places in London, yas 😍

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Some of my highlights from attending How the Light Gets In festival last week 💚

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✨Watching the circus twice from front row - human circus. I forgot how much I love watching aerial performers. They make it look so easy and effortless when it really isn’t. I admire them.
✨ Getting all my clothes and pillows wet and surrendering to the fact that our tent flooded two nights in a row.
✨Sitting around the bonfire staring at the fire for ages flirting with a guy realising I am now actually single.
✨ Watching debates, observing their body language when they disagree with each other. So fun, my daily dose of drama 💁🏽‍♀️
✨ Feeling grateful for having such a wonderful sister in my life Amanda, how we’re a great team and also we’re great at asking stuff from each other.
✨ Giving a breathwork journey while keeping a small kid away from the space of women shouting and stomping the floor - he didn’t succeed in getting into the space.
✨ Realising I like comfort. I love going into forest staying there for few days but eventually would love to come back to my warm house, bed and hot bath. I’m a true Libra, I like balance in life ☯️
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Thank you Emma Bonnici Kanga Yoga for having me there to give sessions and workshops 🙏🏼
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Thank you How the Light Gets In festival for offering a diverse experience of what a festival can look and feel like ❤️
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What was the best memory you had at a festival you attended? Share one below 😍👇🏼
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Loads of love to you 

Few days ago at the How the Light Gets In festival, I joined Amanda’s shamanic drumming circle. 

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This is a festival right next to the river, in nature. At the drumming circle I was laying down on the ground in a dome tent and was literally feel my body merging with nature. Instantly I was in it, it was so powerful, beautiful and I felt connected to myself, nature and women around me.

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It’s so easy to get sucked into go go go energy of London and not rest, not connect with what you want, what truly matters to you.
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I saw once again how important it is to create time and space for you to connect with nature. To get out of your normal routine that allows you to see things from a different perspective.
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The Integrated Feminine Retreat is an opportunity for you to pause things, get out of your normal routine and dive deeper into yourself in nature. If you’ve been working on yourself for a while its an opportunity to go even deeper into emotions to feel and release them, to feel alive in your body and to deeply connect with your true essence.
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It’s an experimentation lab where you get to explore your authentic expression knowing you won't be judged or shamed, only loved, held and celebrated for who you are.
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The earlybirds end this Saturday the 2nd ✨
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If you’d love to be there, you have two options:
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1. You can make a full payment through the link (https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3434972)
2. To book the earlybird price you can pay the deposit through the link before the 2nd. Message me if you’re interested and we can arrange instalments for you.
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If you’d love to be there, just come. You’ll leave feeling empowered, connected and alive on a whole new level 🔥
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Any questions you have, feel free to message me 🙏🏼
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Loads of love to you 💚
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I held a Goddess Circle yesterday at the Hay festival 🔥 

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It was beautiful to see women feeling safe allowing themselves to express whatever their bodies need to express.

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It’s an interesting experience for me when I give workshop in different spaces without seeing the space. I worry a little about how the space is, if its warm, will the door be open or closed etc. Then I show up and find out its all good 😃 This time it was in a dome tent. I loved it though, it allows me to adjust to different situations on the spot and improvise a little ✨
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Festival here is a mixture of loads of talks about meaning of life, meditation, research studies, circus, bands, food and a wellbeing area where Amanda and I are giving workshops and sessions.
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My expectation was to have a sunny weekend laying on the grass. That happened for like 3 hours yesterday when this photo was taken and now we’re back to pouring rain and I’m back in my warmest sweatshirt walking around attached to my umbrella 😍
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Next workshop I’ll be holding here will be tomorrow at 12pm, a breathwork journey for men and women. Come along if you’re around Hay-on-Wye. Message me if you’re interested 💙
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Sending you loads of love 💛✨
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Roadtrip! 😍

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This weekend, I’ll be at the How the Light Gets In festival, world’s biggest philosophy and music festival, near River Wye. I’m giving a Goddess Circle workshop and a Freedom Through Breath breathwork journey, also offering 1-1 intuitive guidance sessions.

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Amanda and I came to WALES all the way from London. I didn’t actually think it was this far but we made it.
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The festival is literally at the border between between Wales and England 🔥
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And it’s super cold here 🙈 So cold that we can’t stop laughing at how cold it is. The festival space is coming along beautifully and we’re nearly unpacked now.
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Come join us this weekend if you’re around here! ❤️
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Loads of love 💛
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