Fiona Faery is an Irish Psychic Medium who unites people regularly with their loved ones in spirit & also offers psychic guidance with her Faery oracle card readings. She is a regular on Irish radio & has monthly columns in various publications. Fiona is known for her optimistic no-nonsense approach to life. She teaches workshops on mediumship and helps 'baby' mediums build their confidence & step into their power. Her spiritual poetry has found a home on her Facebook page; Fiona Faery where she posts a daily poem. Her poetry is aimed to motivate & empower, as Fiona believes in helping people connect with their soul purpose.She reads internationally through her website www.fionafaery.ie which will be relaunched in July.
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The stars whispered To my heart Told me secrets I will never impart The moon bathed My spirit in sanctuary Allowed me to taste Serendipity The dark winds Danced Across... Read More
Reader, writer, dreamer.
Friend, lover, believer.
Exploring, sharing; life.
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My family inspire me, Each and every member. My children, who see the world anew, And remind me to ask questions, Because I don’t always have the answers. My children,... Read More
With over 10 years experience as a Personal Trainer and Holistic Therapist working in the UK and in Thailand, Stephanie is passionate about leading a healthy lifestyle and assisting others in reaching for bigger and better heights with their overall fitness. She offers her Personal Training services to ladies in and around the East Sussex and Kent area.
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When & how did you get started as an artist? I am self taught and actually started drawing in the early 90’s as a way to pass the time as i spent many an hour on my... Read More
Harriet is a writer, home educating mother and solicitor (practising under the name Harriet Balcombe). She read English at Cambridge University and went on to gain several other academic qualifications. Her particular interests are human rights and freedom of thought. She also encourages women to celebrate mid-life and question assumptions.
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Life is full of problems. Wouldn’t it be easier, wouldn’t we feel better, if we could just eliminate or solve all of our problems? Unfortunately, most of us eventually... Read More