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Natural Law - May 2022





We are all self-governing.

Let us call upon our ancestors, Elders and teachers - past and present,

to guide us in the way of the Heart.

You are all my relations. All is One.


Namaste: The Spirit in me, Sees the Spirit in You


Deep truths that have long been buried away, are coming up to surface now. These revelations may feel profoundly uncomfortable, because they are rooted in core wounds that we’ve carried for lifetimes. This is a golden opportunity to move through some thick and dense blocks, that have been significantly impeding us for as long as we can remember. To get through this time, create space for ‘presence and protection’.


Due to the significant nature of this ‘wound’ we need to cultivate stillness and faith to move through this rugged terrain. It sounds easy on paper, but when we have become accustomed to avoiding, defending and turning a blind eye, to these painful blockages, it takes a conscious and concerted effort, plus a generous cup of courage, to ‘see’ with clarity, rather than shame, and then open up to change.


The natural state of life is uncertainty. There is a symbiotic flow that occurs when we allow all the elements of life to interact and create together. When we practice meditation, magic or prayer for example, we acknowledge the mysterious, unbound, limitless, multidimensional nature of the universe and beyond. Somehow, we are filled, blessed and buoyed by an intangible, yet undeniable, felt sense of trust and faith – “whatever happens, everything will be okay”. When we engage in these practices daily, we are protected, as if by magic, from all the problems our mind worries about. We create an impenetrable strong and powerful container and we stop trying, resisting, controlling and forcing life.


Light a candle, meditate, journal. Be still each day and your mind will bother you less, and, your heart will feel more at ease. Presence and protection. This is the medicine for these troubled times. Magic over Mind.


I am practicing Reiki from Happy Mountain in Wollongbar. Come along for a reset and realignment. Bookings via my website www.yemayacentre.com.au



You are all my relations. All is One.


Blessings of Love & Light,

Miss H (Helene)



The Yemaya Centre is open!

Following the recent floods, the Yemaya Centre is currently open at Happy Mountain: 58-62 Simpson Ave, Wollongbar. Reiki treatments available. Reiki Courses coming soon! Visit my website to book.



MARTHA REGNAULT - 0447 669 679

· Yogalates on Zoom, Tuesdays 6-7.30pm

· Qigong on Zoom, Saturdays 10-11.30am

· Yogalates in Rosebank, Private sessions by appt

· Craniosacral Energetics in Rosebank, by appt

LISA JONAS - Endorphina Creative

· Online Astrology Readings

· Inner Wellbeing Sessions

Bookings here or email welcome@endorphina-creative.com

LIINA FLYNN - liina.flynn@gmail.com

· Beginners Yoga on Girards Hill, Monday 5.30pm

· Hatha Yoga on Girards Hill, Tuesday 5.30pm

· Special class to relax the nervous system

Commencing dates to be announced. Contact Liina to express your interest.


MIREK OPRZEDEK – Earth Shiatsu 0412 294 917

· Shiatsu Massage available now at Happy Mountain in Wollongbar



www.yemayacentre.com.au for more information.


Helene Collard is a first generation Australian, with ancestral roots in the island of Mauritius. She is a qualified and experienced trauma-aware, culturally-fit, strengths-based facilitator (B. Trauma&Healing: Indigenous Studies (Law&Justice)), Reiki Teacher & Practitioner, and has completed Leadership Training Levels 1 and 2 with the Rites of Passage Institute. Helene has been designing and facilitating wellbeing workshops since 2009 – including Moon Circles, Secondary Trauma and Self-care Workshops, Reiki Circles, Reiki Courses, Reiki Meditation Events, Evolve Events, Women’s Vision Ceremony and more. In 2016, Helene founded the Yemaya Centre for Reiki and Wellbeing, in Lismore, NSW, which continues to offer an array of holistic wellbeing services and support to the community. From 2017-2021, Helene worked as Lead Facilitator for Aboriginal Trauma-informed organisation, We Al-li. Helene has delivered workshops in metropolitan, regional and remote areas of Australia, including in NSW, Qld, Vic, NT, WA & SA. Helene has also presented at conferences, forums and staff development days. Outside of work, Helene has two children which keep her laughing and active, a supportive partner, and a large extended family who mostly live in Melbourne, where Helene grew up. Not surprisingly then, Helene is a lifelong and vocal supporter of the Collingwood Football Club, and is a great lover of music and the arts. For information, enquiries and bookings visit www.yemayacentre.com.au or phone 0405 656 797.

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