Cindy has been a practising healer, counsellor, psychic diagnostician and workshop facilitator for many years. She has worked with a wide variety of serious diseases of mind, body and spirit, and given many talks throughout the country to both orthodox and alternative practitioners, ADD, including the Steiner Centre, London and Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institute. She is a published writer and has also appeared on national television on numerous occasions in her role as a healer. Throughout her work, Cindy became increasingly aware of just how devastating it is to our health, when we neglect our divine state of child consciousness. Indeed, the resulting loss of joy seemed to be the very catalyst for disease to kick in. For Cindy, the problem came into much clearer focus after a particularly challenging period working at Bristol Cancer Help Centre. Consequently, she decided to build a magical healing grotto to begin, what became her life crusade, which involved nurturing the inner child in both in adults and children.
Never blessed with good health herself due to difficult childhood experiences, Cindy tested her theory by using the inspiration of the ‘inner child’, as the main focus of her own self development, as seen in The Sleeping Giant.
Her heightened sensitivity, which derived from those earlier circumstances, turned out to be her greatest gift because she was still able to see the wonder of creation through the eyes of a child.
It is this rare quality, together with her natural enthusiasm and sense of fun, that breaks through our defences and undoubtedly makes this book a powerful and unique teaching guide to self-empowerment.
Moreover, both Alchemical and Christian texts teach us that innocence and simplicity can succeed where the greatest minds fail.
With unbounded generosity of spirit and openness of heart, Cindy invites us to share freely the hard won riches of her inner wisdom, presented in her book ‘The Sleeping
The journey on which we are taken is like an Aboriginal Dream . There are clear resonances with Pagan and Biblical acts of creation. ‘Except ye become as little children, ye shall not enter the kingdom of Heaven’. In Jungian terms the highest truths are couched in myth. Thus Jack climbs the beanstalk to face the Sleeping Giant of his own consciousness.
If a world can be seen as a grain of sand, a soul laid bare reveals infinity, in word and image her work is in the visionary tradition of William Blake, a projection
of identity with the Cosmos.
To give of oneself is the greatest gift, it is a dream tapestry . Story threads of the finest rainbow gossamer are woven into the canvas the of the author’s life journey.
And as with an intricate tapestry, the grand design only becomes apparent as we see the work nearing completion. Alchemical transformation of spirit, can only be achieved by the refining of f ire and grinding pestle. Thus the essential gifts of spirit are released.
‘Do you know how much loneliness it takes to find your Giant?’ we are asked. Cindy leaves us in no doubt that she achieves what she set out to do.
This is truly beautiful work. It is reminiscent of the work of William Blake. You are one of only two western women who have completed an authentic alchemical journey as well as recording it, you must get it published.
Famouse Czech Alchemist, founder of ‘Trigon Publishing’ (nominated for the 2005 Czech National Prize for Literature), who translated a priceless collection of ancient hermetic manuscripts at his famous bookshop in Prague, planned to place some of Cindy’s work in his own monthly journal, ‘Logos'
Cindy has seen and drawn a whole intricate cosmology, including the unfolding of beings in the process of creation, that are remarkably like Julia Sets, whilst her writings bear an uncanny resemblance to the ‘Implicate Order’ of physicist David Bohm.
Professor Chris Clarke
Mathematical physicist, former head of applied mathematics at Southampton University, UK, and contributor to ‘Journal of Scientific and Medical Network Review’, (with whom I wrote an article: What is the World like? Response from two modern mystics, issue 1362-112, Summer 2013, Bridging Science and Mysticism)