Prosperity, Health and Happiness
Hi, I'm Maggy and, together with Richard Creasey, I was founding producer of 360 - Changing the World by Degrees, the BBC's holistic health and spirituality community site....
...which is now defunct - so I'm in the process of trying to find up some of the old articles and see if I can submit them to H2G2
I'm the Editor of The Tree of Life Holistic Magazine which has a circulation of 5000 in the Midlands and have run workshops on different aspects of spirituality in the UK, Europe, Russia, Israel and the USA for the last decade or so.
I'm an author - my current books are: Living Kabbalah (Hamlyn), a book about the mystical knowledge of Jesus's time - a somewhat different system from the 'Kabbalah of the Famous' which is becoming well-known today. The Little Book of Prosperity (TC Publishing), a pocket guide to financial and emotional abundance; The Book of Deborah (Time Warner), a fictional account of the life of a female cousin of Jesus of Nazareth who marries Judas Iscariot and Into the Kingdom - Deborah's life after the crucifixion in the mystery schools of Alexandria and in Rome.
The third book in the 'Deborah' trilogy comes out in Spring 2006.
I'm also a Spiritual Funerals Minister which means I lead individually-tailored funerals for people who didn't have a 'conventional' faith and whose friends and families would like their funeral to reflect what they really did believe.
My personal website is The Tree of Sapphires.
I started off working in newspapers and moved on into radio, magazines and TV. I was an assistant producer for Pebble Mill at One, a documentaries producer and presenter for ITV, a newsreader on Beacon Radio in Wolverhampton and a presenter on Hereward Radio in Peterborough and BBC Radio WM. I also did a regular stint as an holistic agony aunt for BBC Radio in the Midlands. for an enjoyable couple of years.
In the DotCom age I ran an internet holistic health company called go-within.com. I've been a 'relationships writer' for Bella, used to run an holistic magazine called The Tree of Life in the Midlands.
Apart from all that, I've emigrated to the Rocky Mountains of Montana - and back; ridden on the back of a Bengal tiger, swum with dolphins in Israel - and came out the winner in an encounter with an eight-foot barracuda off the Barrier Reef in Australia. I was widowed at 33, am now happily married again and I have just moved to a lovely house in rural Worcestershire. I have a wonderful life!
These are some of my favourite websites
- Chocaid.com sells Belgian Chocolate to help the hungry (wonderful irony there...).
- The Make That Difference Site is great because it is an over-site for all the voluntary donation sites you can think of, including The Rainforest Site
- The Animal Rescue Site is on that list too, and it does just what it says it does...
- Tethered Camel Publishing publishes spiritual books that the main publishers may have missed.
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