This is a place to explore Goddess-based pathways of healing and transformation.
I mainly discuss spiritual approaches to challenges I’ve personally faced such as: chronic ‘invisible’ illness, depression, anxiety, mental illness, obesity, food addiction, body image issues, and breast cancer.

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More than my meatsuit AndartaRowe.com blog

More than my meatsuit

I remember the day I walked away from the 30-year war against my own body. In the fitting room of a department store, I was confronted by the reflection I usually tried avoid, and the all-too-familiar fear and disappointment bubbled up. I felt completely out of control of my body. I had not chosen to…

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How to stop beting angry at your body AndartaRowe.com blog

How to stop being angry at your body

It’s so frustrating to have poor health, to be in pain, or to have a body that doesn’t work. I know what it’s like to feel angry with my body. It betrayed me by not allowing me to do the things I wanted to do – even rest comfortably. And I was aware I didn’t…

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How to transmute fear AndartaRowe.com blog

How to transmute fear

I awoke in terror. Today was the day of my operation. I shuffled to the kitchen, and in the dim light of the early dawn, I could see an affirmation written in pink glitter pen and stuck to the cold steel of the refrigerator: ‘All is well.’ All was not well – I was gripped…

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About Me

Hi, I’m Andarta. I am devoted to learning to embody Goddess consciousness. In the past few years, I have applied spiritual practices to transforming my health, body and life purpose.
For 30 years I suffered chronic illness, depression, weight woes – and then was diagnosed with breast cancer. This was my training ground for alchemising life’s difficulties into healing, passion and direction.
Now I am alive with joy and enthusiasm and confident in handling my emotions and following my intuition. The emotional healing techniques I have learned empowered me to overcome food addiction and lose 100lbs (47kgs).
If you relate to any of these struggles, I would love for you to join me here. I’m going to share some ideas that worked for me, and offer you support and encouragement along your journey.