Sea Connection

After moving to Cornwall and living close to the sea, I discovered the ocean played a significant role in the reason I came here. Working with the sea energies has produced remarkable results in my work. I have researched the connections between the moon, the tides, the shore life, the plants and most importantly the history of ancestral wise women who worked in unison with the sea spirits. It is fascinating to read about the myths and legends of local merfolk and sea monsters.

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Nothing compares to the wonderful taste of sea salt on your lips, the feel of sea water on your feet and the cool sea breeze blowing through your hair. The sea speaks as the waves crash against the rocks accompanied by the haunting cry of seagulls which  is beneficial for the body, mind and soul bringing about true healing.

Full moon at Lamorna Cove. Image – John Isaac

 Lamorna, Sennen and Penberth Coves in West Penwith are sublime.  Fowey, Mevagissey and Polperro hold special childhood memories. Tintagel, St Nectan’s Glen and Boscastle are fascinating places I regularly frequent, the spectacular views around Tintagel and Boscastle are a wondrous sight!

Image - Stuart Wood

Image – Stuart Wood