Written by Jacqui Bushell.

lady_birdThe flower offered of itself
And eloquently spoke
Of Gods
In languages of rainbows
And secret silence...

Phillip Pulfrey, from Love, Abstraction and other Speculations

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

Albert Einstein

Building this website has brought together and highlighted, in one small cyber area, all the things I ‘do’. Looking at it as a whole, I realise how very many things I’m passionate about and passionate about sharing with others (and not just with humans). At first glance they may seem disparate and I have long contemplated letting go of some things to bring my focus to only herbs practice, or just cranio sacral therapy, or essence making etc; to focus in one main area. I realise to be truly proficient one needs to specialise and dedicate oneself to a key practice. This has remained a day dream! It has brought me however, to deeply contemplate what I do, my motivation and intent, and what I can’t live without…

There is no disparity. My underlying motivation and intention unites and enlivens all my practices. I really have no distinction between ‘work’ and ‘other life’. It fills everything that I am and want to express.  My aim is to live fully within that experience of deep connection with all that is; in conscious awareness of the unifying field. From small experiences of this oneness and connection, I know it can be possible to live this way, to walk in Grace moment by moment. So all my ‘work’ reflects this aim to know and share that sense of wonder and infinite support. Through biodynamic cranio sacral therapy and making essences I learn to rest in that deep pool of stillness and practice seeing things just as they are, with no agenda, simply being present in the Breath of life. Nature also brings me back to this connection. From plants, animals and land I learn about listening well, patterns and unconditional love, and I am filled with gratitude, joy and wonder.  In our rushed, material lives returning to this connection is incredibly important. So, I am in service to the plants, to nature and to Presence. My desire is to share this with others in the hope that it will be as healing and wondrous as in my own journey. May all beings have happiness!

In some mysterious way woods have never seemed to me to be static things. In physical terms, I move through them; yet in metaphysical ones, they seem to move through me.

John Fowles