Co-counsellors: Sharpen up your skills from your sofa!

September 7th, 2017 by Tonya

Doors closing on Early Bird rate for first Online Refresher Programme! Wanting to get back into co-counselling, but lost confidence in your skills? Ready to commit to a refresher course, but haven’t been able to find one nearby? Look no further, as now – regardless of where you are in the world – you can refresh your skills without even leaving your sitting room. With our Online Refresher (starting October 5th), you’ll get a regular online class (Thursday evenings), daily support on our dedicated Facebook group and free entry to a live, two-day co-counselling event in London where you can meet course participants and other members of the worldwide co-counselling community (a small contribution is asked for this event if you are attending the course at our concessionary rate). You’ll get a range of benefits not found in our in-person Refresher, including new tools for building your co-co practice – and creating a ‘safe space’ – online; tools for creating community and a new module on the growing role of co-counselling and peer support in our society – Co-Counselling: A Tool for our Times Read More...

The Little White Feather cleanse – is it for me?

March 6th, 2017 by Tonya

The countdown to our annual 21-day 'conscious cleanse' begins tomorrow. To give you some idea of whether you'd like to join us for the cleanse, here's what it entails. The diet consists of gradually taking out of the diet all those foods - and drinks - that may be 'fighting' with the body, ie, pretty much anything that doesn't occur in nature or that may be difficult for your body to digest Read More...

Time for a spring clean?

March 5th, 2017 by Tonya

We're 12 days away from the start of our annual 21-day 'conscious cleanse' on Little White Feather – join us, if you can – and so I thought it was about time to start talking about what we're going to be doing - and why we're doing it. For me, lapses of energy for no apparent reason, pronounced mood swings, feeling uncomfortable in my body, aches and pains Read More...

Anchoring the energies

February 7th, 2017 by Tonya

I have the joy of living in a little mini-community of friends at the mo' and we all share a real passion for life, a trust in its constant unfolding and a desire to live as close to the earth as possible. One of the things I love most about living with these friends is our early morning meetups around a candle Read More...

One day tenderness will move the world

January 31st, 2017 by Tonya

You know, a number of people have asked me recently, 'What do you feel 2017 is 'about?' And, what with the 'fallout' that's taken place since a certain US president took his seat, the volatility of the situation in parts of the Arab world and with the effects of climate change becoming more pronounced and unpredictable in many corners of our beautiful planet, it's clear to see that it's going to be both a radical and a challenging one Read More...

Co-counselling taster day gives boost to Brighton community

November 11th, 2016 by Tonya

We have 15 shining souls signed up for our Brighton co-counselling taster day tomorrow. Should be a fun - and hopefully inspirational event. Any last minute takers, please get in touch! Trained co-coers wanting to practice their skills can join us for the afternoon peer group session at 2 (bring vegetarian food to share if you want to join us for lunch at 1 Read More...

Finding the light within

November 2nd, 2016 by Tonya

There's a kind of dread that descends upon much of the UK population when the clocks go back at this time of year. Many fear the long, dark nights and look forward with anticipation to the Spring. Some refer to their low mood as seasonal affective disorder, or 'SAD', and attribute it to having less light available to the brain in winter months Read More...

A window on a world in 5D flow

October 7th, 2016 by Tonya

I was driving a couple of weeks back and switched on the radio to hear a news report on an incident that had happened earlier that week (excuse me if you already know this story... I don't follow the mainstream UK news as much as many Brits). Anyway, the story goes that a woman (with a baby asleep in the back of her car) had slipped into a diabetic coma while driving along the M1 motorway and, though the car kept course quite magically for a while, the vehicle was progressively veering off its path and bumping into the central reservation, creating a hazard for others driving on this busy road Read More...