Holistic Day

DSC_0023On Sat 23rd May, Mind Detox Tunbridge Wells, in conjunction with Reiki Mark Cross and Jikiden Reiki Health hosted another of their popular Holistic Days.

These days are a chance for those that are interested in wellbeing and health to experience new things, meet new people and have a day on enjoyable self care.

DSC_0022The morning started with a talk by Ishaya Monk Garuda on the experience of peace. Garuda shared how with the right tools this can be very easy as all the mind ever wants is to rest back into its true infinite nature. His talk comes at a great time as we are hosts to a First Sphere course here in Mark Cross on 10-12th July.

DSC_0035After a short break, our next session was lead by the gigglicious Caroline Hart – a local Life and Laughter Coach who lead a session of Laughter Yoga.

Caroline showed us how easy it was to bring more joy and laughter into our life as she walked us through all the different laughter sounds, laughing for no reason, bill laughter, gibberish compliments and two gibberish interviews, culminating in free-fall laughter where you literally roll around on the floor laughing for no reason at all (so much easier than you would imagine!).

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The afternoon was given over to Reiki Swaps with several people having the opportunity at experiencing and giving healing for the first time. The idea that the simple laying on of hands brings positive benefits to others can be a bit of a revelation for some – but it is true – you can! With a fair few people considering training to be Reiki Healers as a result.

DSC_0020Some £165 from the event was raised for the charitable cause, Ren’s FMT procedure, which I have received a heartfelt thanks for. If you, or anyone you know would like to make an additional donation to this cause and relieve a financial stress for someone very lovely, you can do so here: www.gofundme.com/boywhocanteat

DSC_0007 (2)The next Holistic Day is on Sat 26th September, 9.45am-4.30pm. The day will start with a session with the fabulous HorseSense UK therapy horses, followed by a talk on life coaching by the inspirational Hazel Addley of Hazel Addley Coaching. The afternoon will be given over to Reiki treatments and a chance to receive and have a go at giving healing yourself. Tickets for this event can be purchased here: www.eventjoy.com/e/holistic-day-2047399

We look forward to you joining us!

Do you practice self-compassion?

I have this fantastic Tuesday morning meditation group and we talk about all sorts of things like our week and our experiences, but mostly the focus is on helping them to get into balance with what is going on in their lives.

selfcompassionOne of the topics that comes up is their outer projections on the world around them and how they feel about themselves.

Today we talked about depression and the stigma that goes with it. Almost everyone in the group had experienced depression at some time and all agreed that it wasn’t particularly pleasant. What the group however didn’t know and realise was that depression is actually a positive sign – a side effect of being in a relatively good space and the body using that opportunity to do something about old issues and heal.

Depression is defined as feelings of being sad, miserable or low for either a short period, or in the case of clinical depression for a longer period of time. It tends to make people want to withdraw and participate less in life, or can create erratic or excessive behaviour to cover up the feelings of being sad. It has many causes such as diet, trauma (job loss, death of a loved one, a relationship ending), side effects from medication or as a result of another illness so it requires a little bit of sleuth work to determine from where the depression may originate.

Historically, I believed depression to be a bad experience – one to be resisted and avoided through keeping busy, maniacally trying to control my outer environment and through avoiding my trigger stimuli. However, all my training and more recent life experiences has turned thoughts and feelings about depression on its head. In order to become a therapist you must first go through hour own learning experience. I trained in three key practices – Mind Detox, Reiki healing and Equine Assisted Learning. Each of these gave me a fascinating insight into the mechanisms of depression and how it really wasn’t the bad experience that I had come to judge that it was.

First of all, Mind Detox taught me that all feelings and emotions in the body comes from beliefs. If I have the belief I should be loved (should is a judgemental word) and I wasn’t then I would create an experience I would likely try and resist. This belief is likely to create an emotion, in my case it was sadness, and I will go through life looking to find more and more reasons to prove my belief right. Go back via the Mind Detox Method to determine that belief and emotion I can see that despite not being loved as much as I might have liked, I was loved enough to still be here and that whole belief system isn’t serving me so I can choose to change it to something else like “well done me, I survived and have come good even though times were tough, I rock!”

The Reiki taught me a lot about creating a safe and supportive space for people that are going through difficult experiences. It also taught me that all positive experiences come from a place of love, so by providing that space of love for myself and others I created an environment in which I would thrive and I would be able to heal and provide healing to others, whatever that journey was.

Finally, the Equine Facilitated Learning taught me about authenticity. Unlike humans, horses don’t have well developed egos. If a horse feels down they have no qualms in showing it. This fearless authenticity opens up a space for others to share and express how they really feel. It’s not uncommon for those with hidden challenges to express their emotion to a non-judgemental horse in a way they never would to a human. Horses also value balance, so given a choice and the offending stimulus removed, a horse does not stay depressed for long. They are fantastic self-regulators and have no issues asking their herd or humans for healing or for help.

In order to restore ourselves to balance when we experience depression we must address the cause of our depression. If it is emotional, this requires us to feel our sadness fully so the imbalance may be acknowledged and dealt with. This could be a change in our thinking, or receiving the positivity, love and nurture required not experienced at the time to offset a difficult experience.

Seeing as symptoms of depression only come up when the body is in a position to heal they are actually something to be grateful for. Far more worrying is the person that pushes themselves hard to ignore how they are feeling that ultimately ends up in a far worse way. You wouldn’t ignore a warning light on your car or a rapidly extending mountain of debt, so why ignore your accumulating sadness and ignore your mental health? Trust me, I’ve tried – it doesn’t go away!


There is also a positive side to the way depression makes us behave. It forces us to retreat within, which stops us from experiencing more harmful stimuli. It is also a sign to our tribe around us that we are hurt and in need of help and love. In the horse herd, depression is treated by other horses staying close, mutual grooming and extra attention from the most nurturing mares. It is a herd responsibility to deal with the emotional wellbeing within the herd as survival depends on it. Now contrast that with how some humans treat and reject depression – ouch!! Depression is difficult enough, let alone when you add an extra burden to it by labelling it as bad.

And this is why I ask, do you practice self-compassion? When you are depressed and down, do you love yourself enough to stop and deal with those feelings of sadness? Do you know when something is bigger than what you can handle on your own and let others know you are in need of their kindness? Or do you judge yourself and say you have failed and it to the list of things that make you feel down?

In my experience, as people work through their sadness and put their light of consciousness on it the depression eases and their symptoms naturally go. For some this is a small task, and for others it is larger. What is left is a deeper sense of strength and an inner resilience.

I have a lot of respect for anyone that is willing to deal with their reasons for depression because I know how much courage that takes. What I hope I have done today is taken away a little bit of the myth that depression is bad and something to be ashamed of, and that there is no one out there that understands or would help. It is true, no one has had your unique experience of depression except you – you are special in that sense, but there are others out there that understand its mechanism and what the body is trying to tell you and that want and know you can be well. My entire mission in life is to create a safe space so that others and I may heal.

So make it a mission to practice self-compassion, which is patience and loving kindness to yourself and wherever necessary reach out for help. Depression isn’t just your problem, its responsibility actually lies with everyone.

Do you set an intention for your relationships?

I used to live in a very reactionary fashion prior to my learning about the ins and outs of relationships, which meant I was at the mercy of my unconscious mind and lived my relationships through the filters of my past. This made them volatile and insecure, success was by complete chance and I had no power of getting the outcomes I wanted.

Now my experience is very different. I understand that what I focus on I will get more of, which means if I am in a situation I don’t like I must focus on what I want. So if someone is not listening to me, I will focus on that person listening. If I want to build a deeper connection with a person, perhaps because I want to do a piece of work with them or I would like to spend more time with them and get to know them better I might focus on that person trusting me or having that person’s respect and enjoying my company.

This frees me up to take the inspired action I must take to get there and fills my body with positive biochemistry, which is enabling, rather than negative biochemistry, which shuts the body down.
By focusing on what I want rather than what I don’t want I know that even if I have to take a very obscure path and wait for the other person to come round to my way of thinking, I have at least given myself the best chance of getting there.


Try it! If there is someone you would like to have different relationship with, ask yourself, what do you want? Now visualise yourself with that final outcome. Now here’s the critical bit, by keeping one eye on the final destination you must start by deciding what the next small step is in front of you. It may be that it is only one thing you have to do to get to where you want, and in other situations it is many many steps. There are no shortcuts, only what you are capable of at the time, but the focus must be on the here and now.

And finally, only you can decide whether you want to go through with your initial intention. You may find on tour journey things end up panning out differently to how you expected or that no matter how much you visualise your success the other person says no. Respect these things as you would want them respected for you as this is the beauty of relationships – they offer enormous potential for growth and I think that is something to be celebrated!

Why positive thinking is essential

I love Ekhart Tolle’s description of negativity. He describes it as ‘resistance to what is’. It describes a state of being in denial of an event or experience(s) and not allowing that event or experience to flow through or a turning our consciousness away from it.

Us Brits, we love a bit of negativity! It seems ingrained into our culture. I live near Royal Tunbridge Wells, a rather well to do town in South East England, which has this comical saying – Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells. To quote www.disgustedoftunbridgewells.co.uk:

Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells was the nom de plume of a prolific writer of letters to the “Thunderer” – the  London Times – during the first half of the 20th century. His alias became almost as widely known as the title of the Fleet Street newspaper itself, and was synonymous with diatribe. He delivered scathing attacks on organisations and individuals that came to his ultra-critical attention.

Yep, us Brits have been known to have a large appetite for complaining, it must be all the rain.

However, enjoyable as this complaining way of life might be for some, what outcome does negativity get us?

I am a bit of an expert on the matter. I don’t mind saying that I used to be well practised at negativity. I come from a high performance background, so I was very used to getting feedback on my performance. In a genuine attempt to get the best out of me I would be regularly subjected to feedback on where I needed to improve. “Must pull knees up more strongly” one ballet exam remarked. “Clever but careless” my Primary Teacher said. I very rarely got the sense was ever enough, so I started to look for my own faults so I could rectify what was clearly a failing within me. This approach gave me certainty and purpose, but most importantly it was a strategy to get me more of what I really wanted, which was actually acceptance and love.

For others, negativity is a way to connect – it gives them something to talk about with others or a way of one up-manship. Its akin to Saying “Look how much better I am than that”. It’s also a way to take attention away from our own perceived failings, because negative people are nearly always equally as harsh on themselves.

Addictive biochemistry

Each time we complain and are negative it reinforces a neural pathway, gives us more evidence to support our resisting beliefs and gives us a biochemical hit. Such biochemistry is pretty addictive, so we look to repeat it when that particular hormone hit drops low. Also, it is what we know – so it feels normal to us, we see no need to be any different.

That biochemistry is also telling our body how to behave. The only outcome I can possibly imagine comes from negativity is the command to the body to “shut down, the end is nigh”. This is felt or experienced in different locations according to the reason for the negativity and with what it is in relation to. For example, resisting what you see has in my experience resulted in sight loss, resisting what you hear I have noticed creates hearing loss and not wanting to digest particular ideas I have seen show up as gut issues.

POsitivity Creates

There is also another element to this equation. If negativity takes something away, then you are also not doing the counterpart – you are not creating the positive things that would support you.

We live in a creationary world. This means, we literally create our world through our conscious, and far more importantly, unconscious thinking. Most of it we don’t know about, because we never stop to listen, but its ticking along there in the background doing its thing creating our body, our behaviour, our physical environment and our circumstances.

So if you are in the habit of negative thinking not only are you systematically destroying your life, you aren’t creating anything new to replace it with. This is really very significant indeed because we create our wealth, we create our environment, we create our healthy physical bodies and we create our relationships.

I know of people that have had experiences that are so difficult for them to process (and they have therefore resisted) that they literally can’t get out of the house, or even get out of bed. They react to unseen stimuli, which makes their body freeze or steals away all their energy, and they have no idea why. Through the Mind Detox Method and other techniques we have started to unravel the thoughts and emotions behind these behavioural patterns to start to unlock what is going on in their mind, so their body and life can return to balance. Each tiny step towards letting go of that resistance opens up the natural flow of life and provides an opportunity to move forwards and creation again to take place as homeostasis returns.

I know from my own experience, this is an exceptionally brave journey to take. To do so is to let go of all you know and you have to embrace a new way of being with no idea or guarantee of the outcome. What is particularly brave is when things are at their worst, and this is usually where we have resisted them to a point we now simply have to take action, we are usually in a situation that we are terrified whatever we change to could be worse than what we have now, and we simply can’t cope with anything worse so we feel even more vulnerable and helpless.

Where does stuck-ness come from?

In my experiences the negativity comes from a significant trauma to the individual, one that has threatened their sense of self and been in deep contrast to what they know. This can be a one off shock experience such as witnessing an argument or physical violence in a normally happy home, a sudden loss of love, a physical trauma such as severe illness through to prolonged neglect or bullying. If there is not enough support at the point at which the trauma happens and no chance to process it, the body and mind must resist it, so it remains trapped – most often in the unconscious mind. Whilst it is trapped it creates the biochemistry that shapes our life and our behaviour producing symptoms such as loss of sight, hearing, digestive, and breathing, issues, slow wound healing, poor cell regeneration, low/no-immunity, inability to do what is necessary to bring in income, relationship issues and family breakdowns.

It is the role of another blog post to look at what exactly needs to happen in order to turn negativity and resistance around, but simply put it requires the opportunity to do what is necessary to bring things back to balance and let the body and mind come back to normal. This might be a physical intervention such as chiropractic or massage, talking therapy like Mind Detox to address emotional issues or spiritual support like Reiki healing or religious practice.

Whatever the trauma, it is my experience that it is possible to recover. My own ongoing journey shows me this, because I have come a long way from someone that hadn’t the energy to get a job and slept through most of my lectures at University to someone that is busy and active and has a fond love and appreciation for life!

If you, or someone you know is experiencing a lot of negativity – please show them this article. It is my experience that our health conditions can be so misunderstood as our bodies failing us, when in reality they are doing what they must to survive. It is after all, our true nature to grow and balance and health is our birthright.

bec_murph_200x280Becci Harvey is a Mind Detox practitioner, Master Reiki Teacher and Equine Assisted Learning Facilitator. From her base in Mark Cross, East Sussex she helps hundreds of people locally and all over the world overcome their life, emotional and health challenges to fulfil their potential.

To find out more, or find out what up and coming courses are available you can visit Becci’s professional profile here.


Outcome focus vs problem focus

Do you live with a chronic problem? Ever imagine what it would be like if it was gone?
They it is said what you focus on you will bring more of to you, so by focusing on your problem you give your problem more energy!

Instead, if you want change you must focus on your outcome.

Personal journey

Imagine this: if your problem was represented by a red square at one end of a room by focusing on that square you are oblivious of anything else. Your outcome would be to remain on the red square.
To effect change and move to a new outcome you must create and define what that new outcome is. Let’s say your new outcome is to be healthy, which in this instance we shall define as a blue square at the other end of the room. Now you have a new focus, an opportunity for change and a journey to take.

To reach your goal you must take the steps to move towards your desired outcome (the blue square). This requires you to leave the comfort of what you know and go on a journey.
This journey will require commitment, faith (not hope!), perseverance (to severe ties with the old), a willingness to move forwards and overcome any obstacles that arise and most vital of all, keeping one eye always on the final outcome.


Such a journey requires you to constantly ask, does this mindset/behaviour/action take me closer towards or further away from my ultimate goal?

The journey is sometimes easy and sometimes it takes a most peculiar and challenging route, but your best chance of success is to keep a focus on the final outcome so you may constantly move towards it.

You may find you can do this journey on your own or you may find you need help along the way.
Things like Mind Detox are a vehicle that may get you through a tricky patch and help you dismantle any walls, obstacles or protection mechanisms that keep you stuck. Things like nutrition and meditation will help you shed off unwanted baggage and be in the best possible health to move forwards. Even medication may have a place if it enables the journey to even happen in the first place.

The key part is, what you focus on you will move towards and being present is critical to keeping that journey going.

What does the blue square represent for you? What realistic goal could you set yourself, which may or may not be part of a bigger picture?

My goal is to provide the best possible service to my customers. By that I mean to be knowledged and experienced, to be connected to all there is, present, hold an image of my clients in their perfection, encourage and cheer them along the way, provide them with vehicles such as Mind Detox, Reiki, Horse Assisted Learning, Meditation and Holistic Days and Weekends as necessary and know this is their journey – not mine. That is my blue square, what is yours?

bec_murph_200x280Becci Harvey is a Mind Detox practitioner, Master Reiki Teacher and Equine Assisted Learning Facilitator. From her base in Mark Cross, East Sussex she helps hundreds of people locally and all over the world overcome their life, emotional and health challenges to fulfil their potential.

To find out more, or find out what up and coming courses are available you can visit Becci’s professional profile here.

To heal or not to heal?

Hello lovely people!

Well hello and welcome to the May newsletter from Mind Detox Tunbridge Wells!

Summer houseI am sat in my summer house as I write, listening to the birds, some lambs bleeting and the wind and enjoying a garden that is just coming into bloom. As you can see Daisy the cat is sat with me, which is lovely – I love how my cats hang out with me whilst I work. I am sure they are a very big reason I am self employed and work from home – they intend it that way!

Sharing this picture is two fold – because it also gives you an idea of where we hold a lot of the events we run here. My Tuesday morning meditation group, theAscension Weekends, our June Detox Weekend and the Holistic Days all make as much use of my garden space as much possible. I am also well know for setting my Reiki couch up in the garden in summer and giving barefoot treatments from there too!

I am enormously lucky to live where I do, and I don’t take it for granted for one second. I also love making it available for others to share and experience, so they may be uplifted in the same way I am daily. The chance to walk bare foot on freshly cut grass, the sound of birdsong, being surrounded by nature is enormously healing – and has long been a passion of mine to bring into the work I do. I have long felt that people would overcome sadness, depression and anxiety so much quicker if they could connect into the rhythm of nature and life and be reminded of their inner beauty and true essence. So here it is, here is my garden, I’ve not long cut the grass, the birdsong is amazing and there are flowers in bloom, will I be seeing you in it soon?

What is healing?

I wanted to talk a little this month about ‘healing’, what it is and why some are so interested in it.

The best description I have ever seen for the concept of ‘healing’ is that it means:

to make whole

Personally I came into the concept of healing from two angles – one was a deep sense of knowing of what it was and how it operated and the other was kicking and screaming because it went against everything I had ever been taught.Whilst having a peripheral interest in healing, it wasn’t until I found myself with crippling M.E. in my 20’s with limited future prospects that I was drawn to look at the concept and educate myself on the topic. The concept of ‘healing’ was the only thing that offered any scope or potential at all to solve a seemingly insolvable illness like M.E. that has no obvious physical basis.

They say you are never given more than you can handle and that things are meant to test us and help us evolve and grow and that is exactly what M.E. did for me. Ironically I was ahead of my time when in the early years of my illness I asked my GP to see if there was a mind-based cause for my M.E. When the standard Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and counselling approach didn’t work for me it took a leap of faith to return to it 10 years later and explore it via the Mind Detox Method. Thankfully the Mind Detox Method is set up to work specifically with the Mind-Body connection so it came as no surprise that I left my first ever consultation finally free of the last of the M.E. I had be doing for the last 28 years.

My use of the word ‘doing’ is very deliberate in that last sentence. It is my experience that our illnesses are a reaction to the environment we live in and created by our mind as a way to survive. This might be our:

Physical environment, i.e. chemicals, moulds, temperature, food, security
Mental environment, i.e. thoughts, beliefs and self-talk
Emotional environment, i.e. anger, hurt, sad, guilt, fear
Tribal environment, i.e. family, school, workplace, culture
Spiritual environment, i.e. the karmic lessons and journey we bring with us

I had literally be ‘playing dead’ for 28 years to avoid an emotionally destroying situation. However, when I revisited it 28 years later I was emotionally mature and secure enough to see the experience from a different perspective and ‘make whole’ the memory by seeing the balance and the side of the equation. Most importantly I was able to tell my body and mind that that experience was now over and I no longer needed to respond to the stimulus, I could come back to the present moment. This huge release of stress saw me simply bouncing out of the session and committed to becoming a Mind Detox Practitioner!

Mind Detox wasn’t the only thing that helped me. Before I did the last piece of the puzzle I had seen and tried many different approaches such as acupuncture, herbs, nutrition, diet changes, chiropractic, meditation, spiritual healing, Reiki healing, past life regression and of course I’ve been around horses all my life – though I didn’t know it at the time, I was getting healing from them too. Reiki, meditation, nutrition, being in nature with horses and chiropractic are the ones I have stuck with – not because I am still sick but because I know what I need to do to remain in balance and stay well. Plus we are all a work in progress – so even now I continue to heal and grow and the more I do, the more incredible and richly rewarding my experience of life becomes!

Looking back, it is so easy for me to see why some of the treatments I tried worked and why some didn’t. In the beginning I was convinced I had a physical illness so focused mostly on physical treatments (and so does most of the medical profession). In reality the trauma was more tribal and emotional so that is where my efforts ultimately had the most gain. Unlike now, the help and support out there was much more patchy – whereas now some of these treatments are far more mainstream and health coaches like me a lot more available. To get through my experience (because I am a determined little so and so) I literally became my own coach and my own hero sticking with the journey till I got what I wanted and knew was possible.

In hindsight, I had no idea how unbalanced, vulnerable and emotionally repressed I was when I was younger because it was my norm. I couldn’t have even have begun to have imagined the life I had now, I had to learn what was possible from inspiring people around me and to them I owe an enormous debt of gratitude.

To heal, or not to heal? That is the question!

HealingOne word of wisdom. If you think my healing journey makes all it sound rather lovely and easy and the results wonderous then know this – healing can be very very tough. Somethings are easy to heal, but the big things are big things for a reason – you’ve probably been avoiding healing those for a while and it’ll be a bigger journey. To make an experience whole often means needing to revisit an experience albeit briefly, and that takes courage, a strong connection to yourself and a commitment to the process and the outcome. Not everyone has this in them, and it is something I pre-screen my clients to check that they have. Those that do, often have highs and lows on their journey and that is something I help support them with and guide them through. Some people get part way and stop, and that is also something I totally respect – this is their journey, so it is my job to work with them, not their job to work with me.

Now I offer the service I gave myself from age 19 when I took on responsibility to heal myself. I now have nearly 20 years of healing experience and a strong understanding of what is required to make change for a range of illnesses and disorders.

My last piece of wisdom is this. When you are ‘healed/whole’ you will not be the person you were before or during the experience. What you learn through your experiences causes you to grow and in some cases this can seem like a very dramatic change (mine was). This is not a bad thing, nor something to be resisted – but a part of the process and a learning in itself as you return back to your true nature and let go of what was holding you back.

I hope that my story and my journey provides encouragement, support and is an inspiration to others that are thinking of making something of their challenges. As I wrote in one of my blog posts recently:

Be Brave

You are not lacking, but life see’s you are capable and throws open the door and you ask – could I really be that great?
Yes you can.
Take a deep breath, puff up your chest, and put that best foot forward…

Next dates

Our full set of Meditation Dates are up on the Mind Detox Tunbridge Wells Facebook event page. Please either sign up there or drop me a reply email to confirm your place. Remember, you are welcome to join us from afar – simply sit down at the same time with the intention to connect to you inner stillness and that will be enough.

Note! I was originally due to be away on 5th May, but that course has been cancelled so the Tuesday morning group will go ahead as usual!!

Tues 5th May, 10.30-11.30am, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross
Tues 5th May, 8-9.15pm – The Salt Cave, Vale Road, T Wells
Tues 12th May, 10.30-11.30am, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross
Tues 19th May, 10.30-11.30am, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross
Tues 19th May, 8-9.15pm – The Salt Cave, Vale Road, T Wells
Tues 26th May, 10.30-11.30am, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross
Sat 23rd May, 9.30-4pm Holistic Day, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross – 3 spaces left
Fri 12-14th June , Mark Cross Detox Weekend, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross (non-residential)
Fri 10-12th July, First Sphere Meditation Weekend, The Old Farmhouse, Forest Farm, Mark Cross (non-residential)

And finally…


Those of you that read last months newsletter would have read about a fund raising project for a wonderful individual going through their own experience with M.E. Thank you to all of you that donated, that you would do so for someone you have never met really touched my heart and makes me know this is a wonderful world.

Here is the link for anyone that meant to but hasn’t got round to it yet:


And here is a link to his blog if you want to see how he is doing:

Me versus M.E.

All profits from the Holistic Day in May will also be going towards this cause.

Till we meet again, stay wonderful my friends and I wish you much love, joy and happiness.


bec_murph_200x280Becci Harvey is a Mind Detox practitioner, Master Reiki Teacher and Equine Assisted Learning Facilitator. From her base in Mark Cross, East Sussex she helps hundreds of people locally and all over the world overcome their life, emotional and health challenges to fulfil their potential.

To find out more, or find out what up and coming courses are available you can visit Becci’s professional profile here.