Autumn Equinox 2017 Newsletter

It is wow, just to be alive and breathing, isn’t it? And, actually, that is sometimes as good as it gets. During the Cyprus Retreat some of the group made a trip to Pathos to see the mosaics, others chilled by the pool or beach and I found myself with the afternoon free! I went scuba diving and felt firsthand the beauty of my own breath. I became totally absorbed in the sound of my inhalation and the feeling of the bubbles leaving my mouth on the exhalation. It was intoxicating. I didn’t realise I was slowing my breath – apparently a good thing in yoga is a not-so-good thing in scuba – still it was fun and so relaxing at the same time. I had a similar experience snorkelling on the day of our boat trip, seeing the beautiful fishes made me feel at one with creation.

I am so grateful for this year and the experiences it has brought me.

The beginning was tough, still rockingfrom  the karmic clear out of 2016 and dealing with its aftermath. That energy held me until mid-way through the year. Things had kicked off about 12 weeks after I did Primal at the Osho Meditation Centre in Pune in January 2016, the ensuing roller coaster ride continued until I seemingly completed the cycle with the Tantra Course at Osho Afroz in Lesvos this July. For me the 2 courses and the 2 places were utterly different. Afroz was something else – the people I met and how we lived felt so blissful and full of love. I experienced a profound healing there, made great friends and took sannyasin – committing to live life in totality. The name I was given on initiation is Deva Upchara which means divine healer – I love it.

It was a soul journey in every way. My “transit” was in Athens where during morning ablutions, I noticed that I had managed to grow a “belly”. This wasn’t food intolerance induced bloating or a winter 12 pack but solid, unhealthy-in-every-way, belly fat. How did that happen! I switched on the camera –
see “Granny Gut Busters”) and made the commitment to get it gone. I had already researched belly fat and stress, belly fat and lack of sleep and absolutely knew that in my case the big belly was the inheritance from the stress and huge karmic lessons of 2016.

I began losing weight of course. This is always what happens when you reach the moment of acknowledgement and acceptance. But that was not the only thing that changed.

Athens was the perfect transit. After the granny gut vlog, I had just enough time to go for a walk, a swim, eat breakfast, take an hour in the sun, pack at leisure and make my way to the airport. But before that it seems it was time for the multi-dimensional, cosmically directed experience of Malacca Beach.

The story of Malacca Beach although recorded,, and shared at dinner on the retreat, is staying under wraps for now. The experience embraced all the questions I had been asking around womanhood; divine femininity, sexuality, sharing our gift with the world and getting direct guidance from spirit right there, right then in multi-colored, multi-dimensional, multi-media foreplay. It gave me everything I needed to live the next decade of my life and the media upon which to share my life

story. Pivotal and in divine timing. I want to dive deeper into all these subjects, if they interest you and you would like to hear the story, are willing to share a story of your own – any story or anecdote join me for:

Eat, Talk, Meditate

Love; life; lust; womanhood and divine femininity – how does it all work?

Thursday 2nd November at 6.30pm Chez Vicki, Aboyne

The synchronicities have continued in parallel to the demise of my belly.

In Lesvos between the vegetarian diet, the very active meditations and the emotional letting go, my body got a complete wake up call. From Lesvos, I took the ferry to Avalik and the bus south to Datca, and my dear friend, Seda. We had an amazing 10 days of holiday just to ourselves. I caught her on the way out of a detox which was the perfect entry point for me. You can see her famous smoothies in my emails and on the Detox Tips Videos. Granny was getting a nudge.

September always hosts The Me I Want To Be: Retreat and marks of a new season of workshops and tours. This year I managed to get a room with the group at the Natura Beach Hotel and the chance to explore this totally, organic eco hotel. I was so impressed that I am working on a different style of retreat for next time we visit, one more suitable to the natural surroundings, peace and diving deeper into self-reflection and self care. From those realisations about allowing and letting go in ease which in these times is the only thing that can set us all free it also became very clear that The Me I Want To Be: Retreat, was meant to go up a level, to be my second tier retreat. With it’s fusion of hypnosis, NLP, yoga, meditations, and ancient Egyptian wisdom it cuts to the core of what needs to shift. It is a retreat only for those absolutely ready to change from the inside out and from 2017 will only be available for those who have worked with me 1-2-1, have been on some of the trainings like Sekhem, or have completed at least one wellbeing retreat. Seda, who has now also completed training in Yoga Psychology among all her many other skills, and I will be presenting the first one in India 2020 – more news coming soon.

So, to return to my story, I said goodbye to the last two ladies of The Me I Want To Be: Retreat Cyprus 2017 on Friday and spent Saturday enjoying a manicure, pedicure and massage, just letting go of the energy and the group. Sunday just before dawn I caught my first sight of Orion, bringing my thoughts to nearby Egypt and the winter sky I will be seeing shortly on the winter dawns of my homeland. Autumnal soup and cosy fires here I come.

Part of the changing season will be enjoying having my daughter home. Many of you will remember Ewa and will have received her messages and calls over the last 3 years. She has gone back to live in Poland. I miss her dearly and love her forever, a beautiful woman inside and out. I would like to thank her for the calm face with which she held my behind-the-scenes madness and her gift of simplifying all those things I would have complicated – thank you.

My gift in losing her of course has been having Jessica step in to bridge the gap while she starts to develop her own career. Through the combined efforts of all three of us, we have created a roll out of events for the next year that I hope you will love as much as we do.

Here is a glimpse below, I hope you can join us and until then.
Love and Light


  1. Julie says:

    You two always create such beauty when you’re on the same path.

  2. Vicki Rebecca says:

    Yes we do thanks Julie

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