Beautiful Beings – Sarah Bullock

Welcome back to beautiful beings!

I am so excited to be able to share with you the wonderful Sarah Bullock.

I met Sarah about 4 years ago, I went to her initially for a kinesiology appointment but it turned into something so much more than that.  The deep soul healing work started, and I loved it. With each healing session with Sarah I got so excited about what layer I would be uncovering next, it was hard work but well worth it. I really love  the many ways we can find our true selves and find soul clarity, through past memories, blocked energies, limiting beliefs, past lives, body work, flower essences, crystals, sage smudging, it really was my door way into what I am so passionate about now.

Over the year I worked with Sarah, I did some massive soul healing, and really started to journey into my true self and following my heart. I am forever grateful for meeting her.

So here I share with you the interview with Sarah

Enjoy

x

Sarah B

Where do you live in this wonderful world at the moment? 

East Sussex playing with the element of water everyday!

What do you do for “work”?  

I specialise in Embodied Awakening™ – a transformational program bringing self-awareness to body, mind and soul in a journey back home to self.  You can find out more on www.theembodiedawakening.com.  

I also hold Red Tent Circles for girls and women and have recently launched a project in schools in Milton Keynes where we look at body dysmorphia, sexuality, negative and limiting beliefs – I see this developing into a mentorship and rite of passage for girls so they realise their worth and beauty, taking them from being girls to women.

Very few of us, as women went through any form of initiation.  I feel it is really important to share wisdom’s with our younger generations and also to assist the mothers and other women through this themselves, we regularly go through go through rites of passage unprepared, for example, from girls to women, women to mothers, maiden to the crone so many different stages that we, as women have the privilege of experiencing, yet little is honoured. There is much richness to be found in honouring each of these transitions.  I am really passionate about this.

Tell us a little about your beautiful unique self: 

There is so much I could share but in a nutshell I am a simple, sensitive girl with a huge heart, I have a great love of animals, dance and my friends and family mean the world to me.  I am a great lover of home and being a double Taurus I like beautiful home comforts.  I can be fierce in my compassion and passion for people to stand in their greatness.    I would love to see the world a healthier, more embodied place, full of human-BEings living sensual, creative lives full joy and dancing in purpose with evolving communities, respectful of others, self and the planet.

What are your unique talents & gifts?

Huge heart. I have an ability to see through people’s nonsense they are telling themselves and assist them to living greater lives whilst encouraging them to be the magnificent beings they are here to be and to live in purpose.  I make a mean raw chocolate cake and awesome scrambled eggs…

What does being healthy mean to you?

Many things mean being healthy to me, however, one of the most powerful things I do to be healthy is I am practise mindfulness in my thoughts and the way I speak to both myself and others.   Really YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK.

Following a healthy balanced lifestyle to me, means a little of what you fancy does you good.  I believe that you should listen to your body and honour what it wants…within reason.. If I am craving something that’ may not be so good for me’ like excess sugar or salt I check in with my feelings and body to see what messages it is REALLY wanting to tell me, which emotions am I ignoring?  I acknowledge these then I feel into what I really want to eat.

Paramount is also keeping the body fluid.  Dance for me is one of the best ways to do this.  It enables me to access myself, my body wisdom, to keep fit and keep my spine mobile.  A mobile spine leads to a mobile and young YOU!.  I am also looking forward to the weather getting a little warmer so I can go swimming in the sea – it is right opposite my house and I look longingly at it daily, wet suit is ready to go!

I also try (not always easy) to limit my time on the internet, spending time with those I love and also quality solo time.  If I don’t know yourself, your body, mind and energy I can easily get lost when around others.

What makes you feel alive?

Nature.  Dance.  Great food and fabulous company.  I also feel grateful everyday for all there is, each moment is a divine gift to feel alive in.

What breakfast gets you off to a flying start?

JUICE!  Green, purple, orange, usually start my day with something freshly juiced and delightful.

What would be your perfect day?

Golly, in an ideal world I think we should make everyday our ‘perfect day’.  So much changes in each moment if we stay present to the NOW then each moment is perfect, we can see the perfections in the ‘imperfections’ and all the beauty constantly around us.  Each moment has a lesson.  Each moment a gift.  Yes, warts and all.  It is with the warts I have had some of my most perfect and beautiful moments I recognise when I look back!

What’s your top 3 foods that make you feel vibrant?

  • Vitamin L in daily doses is a vital ingredient for all..
  • Good quality water
  • Raw chocolate

What’s your favourite nourishing recipe to share with us?

Nourishing in the fact it is one of my favourite indulgent recipes that is gluten and dairy free yet has SO much flavour even children like it!

YUMMY VEGAN CAKE

  • 100g Ground almonds
  • 100g Rice flour
  • 100g Raw Cacao
  • 150mls oil
  • 225mls oat milk
  • 300g dates
  • 1tsp lemon juice
  • 1tspn bicarb
  • maple syrup, to taste

Mix all dry ingredients together, using a food processor. Cook up dates with a little water to form a smooth paste. Mix lemon and bicarb and add to milk, then add oil. Slowly add all other ingredients. Add maple syrup to taste.

Icing ingredients..

  •  Ground cashew nuts
  • Avocado
  • Raw cacao
  • Maple syrup/agave/stevia to taste. Make the icing by sight and best done in a food processor.

Bake at 180 for between 35mins and an hour. Check after 35 mins and don’t expect the knife to come out totally clean, as it’s a dense, rich cake…enjoy!

P.s. It also freezes (without the icing) really well too!

What are your top tips for happiness, health & balance?

  • Stay mindful for self, others, the planet, what you eat, what you think and your actions
  • Practise gratitude daily
  • Love yourself and others
  • Look for the magic in everything and everyone
  • Take the lessons and learn to dance with them
  • Forgive yourself and others
  • Show compassion for self and others
  • Wear colours
  • Eat fresh yummy locally grown/caught food
  • Find adventures regularly, in the smallest things
  • Travel the world and your own back yard
  • STAY CURIOUS
  • Be creative
  • Laugh LOTS
  • Keep learning and sharing
  • Give without expectation
  • Be nice to yourself
  • Wear sexy underwear and your best socks regularly
  • Buy the shoes – life is short
  • Dance and sing as much as you can

Do you have a favourite quote or mantra?

I am enough. I am worthy. I love. I am loved.

What message do you want to share?

Live life. Love. BE yourself and speak your truth always.  Know you are enough, you are worthy and there is always light even in the darkest moments.  If not there is always fabulous raw chocolate!

What is the most influential thing have you learnt on this beautiful journey called life so far?

Influential learnt thing?  To trust myself, my body wisdom – our bodies hold all the answers. Treat yourself as you would treat your beloved.

Where can we find you?

WEBSITE 

FACEBOOK

 

XXX

YOU ARE A BEAUTIFUL BEING!  IF YOU’D LIKE TO BE FEATURED IN THIS WEEKLY FEATURE. CONNECT WITH ME : INFO@HOOKEDONHEALTH.CO.UK

 

 

 

 

 

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