Hello and welcome to this month’s newsletter on peace, prosperity and reaching Sylvaheim.
It has been an exciting month! Not only have people purchased copies of Shadows of
Sylvaheim for the young people that they live or work with, but they’re beginning to see its
value as a teaching and counselling tool for all ages.
Sylvaheim (pronounced silver-heim) is the name I give to the place of inner knowing.
According to Carl Jung, we reach this inner place when we become more conscious of
what’s in our unconscious. How can we achieve this? There are a variety of ways we can
reach Sylvaheim. For me, it begins with personal reflection.
For example, I recently celebrated a milestone birthday. A supportive family member had a
beautiful cake made up as my book and had to travel a long way to pick it up. As I reflected
upon the magnificent cake, and the actions of the person who travelled far to get it, I
realised several things:
- I am loved. What a precious thing it is to have people who know us so well, yet still
- I am fortunate. Surrounded by family and friends on my birthday weekend, I realised
how fortunate it is to have these special people in our lives — people who take time
out of their busy life to support us during a special time in ours.
- I can still be surprised. I had never seen a cake like this before. I was delighted to find
that you could get a printer that spits out edible ink in a pattern just like a normal
printer. It is nice to know that at any age, we can still get surprised!
Take time to reflect upon and enjoy the mythic moments in your life. And may you reach
your version of Sylvaheim… whatever that is for you.