Ezzie Spencer

Lunar Abundance


Flourishing with the cycles of the moon

Dr Ezzie Spencer trained as a lawyer, went on to work in government, nonprofit and research sectors and earned her PhD in women’s wellbeing and justice after violence.

Feeling that something elemental was missing in the intellectual world of law, Ezzie began to explore the correlation she noticed between her feelings and the phases of the moon.

Her concept, Lunar Abundance, marries intellect with intuition and has reaped results for many women, through Ezzie’s one-on-one coaching sessions and through the support of a flourishing online community at www.lunarabundance.com

The moon is a mirror, Ezzie says, for self- awareness and offers a valuable means of practising self-care and enhancing our wellbeing. But perhaps its greatest gift is abundance – showing us a way of giving and receiving, a means to invite more goodness into our lives.

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In this Podcast Ezzie shares

  • Her personal journey from training and working as a Lawyer, to completing her PhD and how, through noticing the patterns in her own life she developed the practice she now calls Lunar Abundance
  • How applying the Lunar Abundance principles helped Ezzie to grow and shape her business
  • What “Abundance” actually means
  • How she works with all eight lunar phases and the Yang and Yin energies
  • What we can expect from her upcoming book, An Abundant Life: Flourishing with the cycles of the moon
  • How she applied Lunar Abundance to joyfully write and publish her book
  • Where to start on your own journey of abundance



Resources mentioned in this podcast

Download your FREE 2017 Moon Phases Calendar

Connect with Ezzie

To get a copy of Ezzie’s book An Abundant Life: Flourishing with the cycles of the moon head here

Live in Australia and eager to attend the An Abundant Life Book Tour? You’ll find more information and tickets right here

Ready to start working with the phases of the moon to cultivate greater abundance and joy? Sign up to Ezzie’s Lunar Abundance Salon

Want to hear more from Ezzie? Check out her Podcast

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Gluten Free Fruit Mince Pies

Recipe by Lola Berry


The tree is up, the presents are (just about) wrapped and fairy lights illuminate houses all through my neighbourhood – The festive season is in full swing!

One of the things I love most about Christmas is coming together with my nearest and dearest and creating magical memories over epic food! Extra points are awarded when that food is delicious and nutritious (although I’m a sucker for my Mum’s Pavlova which is definitely more naughty than nice).

If you’re looking for healthy festive feast inspiration then we’ve got you covered with these delicious Gluten Free Fruit Mince Pies from the incredible Lola Berry.

We asked Lola to share her favourite festive season recipe, tell us what she loves about Christmas and share her fondest festive memory.

SSC: What is your favourite thing about Christmas and why?
LB: I’m a pressie nerd, I love the whole gift giving thing, not so into receiving, but love surprising people and giving them something magical! I also love the food! Fruit mince pice, pudding, gingerbread – i’m a mega sweet tooth so I love recreating healthy takes of the traditional treats!

SSC: What is one of your most fond Christmas memories?
LB: I’ve had a chrissy in New York which was just as magical as you’d imagine; ice skating in central park, snow, carols, the lot! Deffo so glad I’ve had a white chrissy, but, I also love being home and cooking up a whole big feast for my family and this year I’m volunteering at the salvos with my Dad so I think it will be a special Chrissy indeed!

SSC: What makes this Christmas recipe so special and what are the health benefits of it?
LB: Well it’s a healthy gluten free version of my all time favourite treat. I love slices and sweet things so fruit mince pies tick all the boxes and they make the cutest pressie ever!
This recipe was inspired by my Dad who loves fruit mince pies as much as i do!


Lola’s Gluten Free Fruit Mince Pies

I wasn’t even meant to put this recipe in my book but I had to because it’s me and my Dad’s all time favo treat in the world and each Chrissy we taste test that many fruit mince pies that it’s become quite the tradition, so this recipe is defiantly dedicated to my Dad!

Serves: 12-14 mince pies


For the crust:

150 grams of almond meal

70 grams of unsalted chilled butter

4 tablespoons of coconut sugar

zest of one orange

Scraping of one vanilla pod

¼ cup of almond milk (I sued unsweetened but use whatever plain flavour takes your fancy)

2 more tablespoons of almond milk for brushing just before they’re cooked

For the fruit mince meat:

1 grated granny smith apple

the zest of one orange

the juice of 2 oranges

a good old pinch of allspice

1 teaspoons of cinnamon

¼ teaspoon of nutmeg

100 grams of raisins

50 grams of sultanas

50 grams of dried cranberries

50 grams apricots, chopped

50 grams or any other dried fruit that takes your fancy; dates, dried blueberries are ace, even dried white mulberries or golden berries would work, which every takes your fancy the most.

2 tablespoons of brandy (optional.. but hey it’s Christmas)


First up, make the filling; pop all the mince meat ingredients into a bowl, give them a right old mix up then pop in the fridge for the dried fruit to soak up all of the lovely juices and flavours going on for at least a few hours but preferably overnight. Now for the pastry; mix the butter into the almond meal with your fingers so it starts to look like bread crumbs, then add the coconut sugar, orange zest and vanilla, to that add ¼ cup of almond milk, then start to gently work it into a dough. Then wrap in cling film and pop in the fridge for a few hours. Now preheat he oven, pull the pastry our and pop it between two pieces of baking paper and gently roll it out. Then get your muffin tin, cut into 12 circle big enough for the pastry to go up the side of the muffin tin. Then with the extra dough I like to cut starts. Place a circle of pastry in each mould then add a nice scoop of your fruit mince, then top with the start cut out. Brush with a little almond milk then bake for 20 minuets or until they’re nice and golden. Allow them to cool, then enjoy! Fingers crossed these one’s pass Dad’s test!


About Lola Berry


When it comes to getting the world excited about health and good food, there is very little Lola Berry won’t do. She’s convinced a TV host to swallow raw wasabi on live national television. She’s dived into dumpsters on the streets of New York (…and eaten from one!). She has also run madly in search of water after daring to munch on one of the world’s hottest chillies, and handed out actual Black Eyed Peas to celebrities at an official “Black Eyed Peas” red carpet event (…and they loved them!). Lola is very colorful, very passionate and very Australian.

With a Bachelor of Health Science (majoring in Nutritional Medicine at Endeavour College of Natural Health), Lola Berry knows what she’s talking about. She has got a secret: the most nutritious, healthy food is also the tastiest! Whether through her TV appearances, radio spots or her popular web series, Lola is reaching out to people all over the globe…and people are listening!

Once you see Lola Berry, you’ll remember both her and her message! She has a whole heap of fresh ideas and a talent for presenting them in a way that inspires people to actually use them to better their everyday lives.

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Barre Body



How To Make Your Heart Sing

Emma Seibold is a certified yoga teacher, STOTT pilates certified instructor and holistic health & wellness coach. She has trained with schools in New York, India, Sydney, Melbourne and Byron Bay. After a 10 year career in marketing, in 2009 Emma left the corporate world and founded the cult juice detox program – Urban Remedy Cleanse which continues to grow and thrive.  In January 2015, Emma and husband Matt welcomed their second child to the world, baby daughter Isla Rose, a precious little sister for big brother Xavier.

Having had a strong and dedicated ashtanga yoga practice for 8 years, Emma took a gentle approach to regain her pre-baby body by adding barre conditioning work to her yoga practice. Seeing a phenomenal change in the tone and shape of her muscles, she created Barre Body to share the technique with others looking for a strong, flowing, fun and highly effective work out.

Emma has enormous passion for all things relating to health and wellness and strives to lead a balanced life; eating well, living well, loving well and exercising well.
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In this Podcast Emma shares

  • Her personal journey from university graduate, to marketing exec, yoga instructor, entrepreneur and founder and creator of Barre Body
  • The simple words of wisdom that dramatically changed her life
  • The power of positive perceptions
  • How a simple daily gratitude practice can make a huge difference to your success and happiness
  • Living in flow and choosing love over fear


Connect with Emma

Learn more about Barre Body

Live in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane? Attend a Barre Body Class at one of Emma’s eight stunning studios

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Barre Body on Instagram
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Our Conscious Christmas Gift Guide


Our Soul Sister Conscious Christmas Gift Guide.

We all know that Christmas is just aroud the corner and of course sometimes it’s hard to decide what to get your loved ones to them to show your love and gratitude.
I have always loved getting something from smaller businesses, something with a personal touch, something that holds a little magic… a little extra love from one to another.

We thought it would be a fun idea to share with you all some of our favourite Christmas Gift ideas for all of our Soul Sister’s out there and show you just how beautiful these conscious products are. From inspiring, powerful books to sweet smelling candles, spiritual mandala jewels to vegan friendly nail polishes… there is something for everyone.

Take a look below and check out all these beautiful companies products, and I am sure that you will find the perfect conscious Christmas gift that any Soul Sister would love…

✧❁✧ Eye Of Horus Cosmetics

✧❁✧ The Fifth Element Life Mandala rings/necklaces, Oracle Cards & Colouring Book

✧❁✧ Lemon Canary Candles, Essential Oils and Mists

✧❁✧ Rebecca Campbell ~ Rise Sister Rise Book

✧❁✧ Eco Tan Tanning & Body Products

✧❁✧ Megan Dalla-Camina ~ Lead Like A Woman Book

✧❁✧ Gloss & Co. Nail Polishes

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Love Bec & Leana xx




Living With Greater Ease And Grace

Tahlee Rouillon is music composer extraordinaire at Sonesence. She offers peace seekers an easy way to achieve calm with a sonic shortcut called meditones.

After going through many difficult changes, Tahlee created The Gentle Transition for other sensitive souls struggling with change (who want to feel a whole lot better).

She also creates bespoke meditation music for wellness entrepreneurs and hangs out on Instagram a lot.

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In this Podcast Tahlee shares

  • The challenging life circumstances that lead her to create The Gentle Transition, an online program enlightening sensitive souls to move through times of transition with greater ease and grace.
  • How to sooth the nervous system during times of crisis
  • Emerging from the darkness and into a space of surrender
  • The science behind her revolutionary Meditones
  • The value of surrounding yourself with soul sisters and brothers


Resources mentioned in this Podcast

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (2013 film)

The Emotional Guidance Scale from the book “Ask And It Is Given” by Esther Hicks and Jerry Hicks

Connect with Tahlee

Learn more about Tahlee’s transformational online program The Gentle Transition

Shop her glorious range of Meditones albums + Download a FREE track by joining her mailing list

Visit Tahlee on

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