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The WHOLE News - May 2017

Moontime Diary - for gardeners, astrologers, mothers, health professionals and pagans!

Moontime diary coverIn the last ten years the Moontime Diary has become one of the most loved moon diaries on the Australian market. This lunar diary is a wonderful companion guide to those people who are seeking a life more in tune with natural seasons and cycles. They found that being aware of the moon's cycle is helpful every day, like dealing with others (children, partners), gardening, daily chores, health and wellbeing treatments, projects and much more.

Gardeners dig the Moontime Diary because they always know where the moon is. Beginners are inspired by the daily tips and information which is easy to understand and follow. Mothers love it because they can anticipate or explain their own and their children’s behaviour, plan ahead and be more efficient with their chores. Health and wellbeing professionals appreciate it because they know of the moon’s influence on our emotional and physical wellbeing.  Astrologers can’t do without it because they find daily planetary positions, aspects and interpretations without turning on an electronic device. Pagans and white witches love the Moontime Diary because a detailed ‘Wheel of the Year’ helps them prepare their celebrations.

Next year, we are inspired by Lily Moses beautiful cover and Johfra’s full colour zodiac illustrations. And! US Astrologer Larry Schwimmer (Huffington Post) contributed five pertinent relationship questions for each zodiac sign. Find out the answers and you definitely know how compatible you are.

Spoil yourself and others and put some goodness into your life with the Moontime Diary 2016.  

Ask in your favourite Book – New Age and Health Food Stores or purchase online:

re Watch A Human Being Emerge From A Cocoon!

If you haven't read my recent blog post, 'Watch A Human Being Emerge From A Cocoon!' you'll find it here. It's attracted a few comments, including this very moving one...

Hi Liliane,

I’ve read with interest your recent article.

I want to give you feedback – not exactly as you’ve asked ... about what you do ... instead I want to give you feedback on who you are, in my opinion.

One thing comes to mind:  “I liked you even before I met you”.

In my opinion, my cousin, June Smith, is a very good judge of character, and I feel anyone she’s impressed with and inspired by, must be pretty impressive and inspirational, indeed.  

Some time ago, June spoke of her creative writing teacher.  As June spoke about her teacher, June’s face became even more animated, and she seemed to become illuminated from within.  I could see in her actions and hear in her voice the admiration she felt for her teacher.  Her whole energy seemed to shift to a lighter plane when describing things that happened in class and the enjoyment she was getting from both the classes and the process of creative writing.  

When I first met you at a CCCI event, I was drawn in by your crystal clear unguarded eyes, your colourful speaking style of combining light and shade all while maintaining clear annunciation (an elocution teacher would be proud) and your engaging story.  There is also an air about you of confidence, expertise and humility.  It’s a captivating combination, and one I got to see at greater length when we met up for coffee.

And, of course months later, I worked out the connection ~ that you are in fact June’s teacher.  Yes.  I can see why June continues to be so inspired.

I realise this isn’t exactly what you’re after, but I hope these words can join you in the cocoon and may you keep some of these traits I’m sure many others find inspirational too.

I look forward to reading future developments from within and beyond your cocoon.



- Thank you, Trish. I feel doubly blessed, this being a double endorsement.

Community Announcement: Film about Education & Creativity

Tomorrow night Wednesday 17th February is Suburban Sandcastles’ next film screening. The film is 'Most Likely to Succeed’, and it's all about the need for creativity and innovation in education, and how the current system is failing our children. (That’s conventional ‘speak’! We know that there is no such thing as true dysfunction, right? It all serves in the end, in having us develop the responses and solutions that will support our evolution.)

 'Most Likely to Succeed’ features interviews with education visionaries such as Ken Robinson and Sal Khan of Khan Academy. See more, including the trailer at the website

To book into this event, go to:

(Usually about 60 people attend - great vibe - great exhibitor stands -  interesting discussion after the film - yummy wholesome food available prior.)

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The Mastery Club Tip of the Month

"If you tell somebody stories about high achievement just before they perform some test or exercise, they will perform better than if you had not told them those stories. If you merely use the words, 'succeed', 'master', and 'achieve' in a sentence, they will do better."

- David Brooks, The Social Animal – A Story of How Success Happens

Find previous months' tips here