Who I Am

Christine Moginie

I have had a rich and varied life so far, and wish to offer you the skills and knowledge I have gained throughout my life, to help understand and deal with your “uh oho” moments.
Some of my “uh oho” moments include bringing a child up on my own, dealing with the death of many friends, including my parents in my late twenties and early thirties.
Supporting family and clients to speak out about sexual abuse through the Family Court system, supporting homeless women and children, and victims of domestic violence working for St Vincent de Paul.
Dealing with miscarriages, menopause, and divorce, supporting friends, family, and clients through drug and alcohol addictions, and dealing with my own illnesses, and self development while raising a family, setting up, and managing my own business for 30 years.

Life transitions are never easy to face but always offer opportunities to grow into more of who we truly are as human beings. What has helped me through these times is my increasing trust in the ever present help of the spiritual world, and learning to trust my intuition through my studies in Anthroposophy, meditation, art and art therapy, and organic/Biodynamic gardening.

My practical down to earth attitude and sense of humour has been helpful when dealing with my personal challenges so far.
I also acknowledge the wonderful friends, teachers, and professionals who have been there for me when I needed help and support.
Learning to ask for and receive help from others is often one of the biggest stumbling blocks for many people.

I have learnt we are never alone, we can’t sort everything by ourselves, and the gift of love and healing from another human being is the most valuable and wonderful experience in life.