Vivid Conversations – Take Heart – An Interview with Anne Ortelee

Vivid Conversations – Take Heart – An Interview with Anne Ortelee

Vivid Conversations is a weekly podcast for women at midlife hosted by Bronwyn Simons and Annagrace Kaye of Vivid: The New Menopause. This week is a rebroadcast of Bronwyn’s 2014 interview with wise, witty, and wonderful astrologer Anne Ortelee. We talk about the practical and the esoteric in astrology, working deeply with the moon cycles, […]

Sensory Weekend: Take Heart

Sensory Weekend: Take Heart

A Vivid Menopause February Playlist: If your heart is beating, alive, and your own, then I’m positive that it’s also complex and one of a kind. In other words, it craves love and understanding and it does so in its own unique way. In lieu of a February playlist full of cookie-cutter radio romance, here […]

Menopause Wellness – Homeopathy for Menopause

Menopause Wellness – Homeopathy for Menopause

Homeopathy is a gentle energy based medicine. It works on symptoms rather than diagnosed “conditions” or “diseases” and as such is perfectly placed to gently ease the symptoms of menopause that can be uncomfortable. Homeopathy unlike herbalism works with substances that are not just from the plant kingdom but from the animal and mineral kingdom […]

Wisdom Wednesday – Wisdom for Menopause and Midlife – Imbolc

Wisdom Wednesday – Wisdom for Menopause and Midlife – Imbolc

Today is a special day – called variously Candlemas, Imbolc, Brigid, it is a “cross quarter day” in the solar calendar – half way between the Winter Solstice and the Vernal Equinox. The cross quarter days are magical, they are the liminal days, the days when the energy goes through a subtle but profound shift. […]

Sensory Weekend: Deeply Rooted

Sensory Weekend: Deeply Rooted

A brand new year, fresh and clean and largely blank usually inspires in me a rush of happiness, the excitement of all unbroken things. I am prone to wake on the first day of a brand new year with relief at whatever happened in December being done. I am used to feeling rather like Anne […]