Chrissie Junge is a Brisbane based children’s author and illustrator of Alfredo, the tale of a courageous parrot’s wild journey home to his human family.
Alfredo’s sales raise money to rehabilitate and rehome injured or mistreated pet birds in Australia.
Chrissie wrote and illustrated Alfredo as a child, later refining the work in her early thirties while living in a self built tiny house in the back of a truck.
Pip Coleman is an Author, Reiki Master Coach, Advanced Angel Intuitive / Medium and Meditation teacher based on Phillip Island, Victoria.
In her 12 years of experience in Spiritual Coaching, she’s tried all of the techniques that she teaches. This means that you will gain value from her trials and successes. She has been uninspired, unbalanced, and exhausted. She has also over-given to others and not taken care of herself.
So, when she works with you to feel more connected, energetic, and balanced, she will be authentic and real. Nothing is hidden. Transparency and integrity are especially important to her. In her courses, therapies and books, her focus is on offering simple and practical skills to honour and fully accept yourself, using Reiki Energy Healing, Angel Therapy, Psychology, and Meditation.
“When I teach my courses, coach clients, and conduct treatments, I only work with people I know that I can help, so if you’re a fun, open-minded person who is willing to try new things, are prepared to take action and learn how to heal yourself – that’s perfect.”
Her new book ‘Finding my Soul at Sea’ was launched in 2019. It’s a spiritual story in a very non-spiritual space – working on cruise ships. She found her soul by teaching others to find theirs.
Jenny Old has written two amazing books – ‘Back of Beyond’ and ‘Innocent Nurses Abroad’.
She was brought up on a comfortable farm in the Riverina, and travelled to Europe via the Fairstar cruise ship to have many adventures with a group of fellow nurses.
She fell in love with Rick Old and went to live and work with him on his property, McAllister, in the Gulf of Carpentaria. There, she faced incredible hardship, living in a hut with not even basic necessities. Her only contact with the outside world was a two-way radio. In this vast empty landscape, she battled drought, flood, fire, and cyclones. For eighteen years she and Rick struggled to stay on in the Gulf, eventually triumphantly turning McAllister into a thriving oasis.