November 2018 Indigo Newsletter now available

The latest newsletter, for November 2018, is now available here to download or browse.

Indigo Newsletter November 2018

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Detained in a mental health facility – for questioning 5G!

Have you seen anything in the mainstream media about a lady called Susanne Small, who was detained in a mental health facility in Farnham, Surrey, recently? Probably not. The reason she was put into a room with bars at the window was that she dared to link her headaches and other symptoms to wireless radiation, and question a new mast that had been erected, to beam out 5G. Her doctor would not look at the pile of research she presented, and Ms Small was escorted from her own home.

I forwarded a 30-minute radio interview to Brian Stein, head of the charity Radiation Research Trust, as a result of which Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe, a medical doctor very much involved in this field, spoke with the facility herself, to explain more about electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and the mountain of research showing the health risks associated with it. The lady was released the following day, but the story has not ended, I feel sure.

Link to the interview here:  (you can also find it on the Facebook page Indigo Umbrella).

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What’s on in October and November 2018

All of the information about our regular meet-ups and special events is listed in the regular monthly newsletter – but of course not everyone wants to click through to those, so here is a list of what’s coming up in October and November:


Tuesday 2nd INDIGO BREKKY,  Harvester at Beech Hurst Gardens, Butler’s Green Road,

Haywards Heath  RH16 4BB, 10am – 12 noon

I am away for this meet-up, so Robert Torry has very kindly agreed to lead you through a couple of hours of conversation about who knows what!

Regulars will know that Roarbert is highly knowledgable about all sorts of mystical, esoteric, interesting things, so it will be a lively session!

No need to book, just turn up, find the private room at the back of the restaurant and join a group of like-minded souls.


Forest Lodge Veterinary Centre, Station Road, Forest Row  RH18 5DW

(all the way to the end of Station Road, past the café, then on the left)

10am – 1pm              tickets £25 include refreshments

Barry is a professional – and highly-experienced – health dowser who has recently

received a special award from the British Society of Dowsers for his work in the

specialist area of dowsing for health.

In this talk he will briefly explain what dowsing is and how it works. He will also

outline the 15 key lifestyle choices that affect our health and wellbeing!

At a time when we all need to take responsibility for this, it is a great opportunity

to listen to and learn from a master of his trade.

Info and Booking:   May Esler:  01903 812 134 or

I shall be there, and would encourage you all to come along.

Please do contact May and confirm your booking – if not, it will have to be

cancelled, and that would be a great shame.


Sportsman pub, Goddards Green, BN6 9LQ,                                7pm for 7.30pm

Tickets £27.50 includes 3-course meal with tea or coffee, and live entertainment

A good friend of mine – and a regular Indigo – Lyn works with
Rommie Rescue, a locally-based charity that re-houses small rescue dogs from Romania. Lyn’s house is their first home when they arrive in the UK, before going
to their “forever home”.

Lyn has organised this dinner to help raise funds to cover vets’ bills and other costs involved in caring for these dogs.

I’ve eaten at the Sportsman, the food is great – and you certainly would not get a delicious 3-course dinner for just £27.50 there (or many other good-quality places,
to be fair!

There will be vegetarian and vegan options through the menu.
Would you like to join me for dinner, and help a good cause at the same time?

It would be lovely to have an Indigo table or two for a nice social evening.

Info and booking:  Lyn Howes on 07933 353 200 or


A light-hearted Play-Shop for the Now Age


Burwash Common Pavilion, Ticehurst Road, Burwash, Etchingham  TN19 7NA

10.15am – 4pm          £38 including refreshments, bring your own lunch

Léonie has been a Reiki and Sekhem Teacher for some 18 years, and she has

also worked for the NHS and Social Services in various roles. That Reiki found
her was a surprise, as was Sekhmet arriving into her consciousness! Robert is a former research scientist and engineer. He now calls himself a Student of Life and a Spiritual Scientist, applying the rigours of the scientific method to his pursuit of arcane teachings about the Spiritual Nature of our Being.

The Play list will include:

**  ancient Egyptian mystery mastery teachings, together with guidance in

ritual magic for connecting with the Four Elements

**  acquaintance with Sekhmet and the importance of the Leonine Energy

**  the esoteric teachings of Yeshua ben Pantera (Jesus son of Panther)

**  changing times – the mystery of Time and living in the Now moment

**  Down to Earth – Living and Loving with Nature in the Here and Now

**  Self-healing techniques for re-awakening to your multi-dimensional nature

including guided meditations and associated experiential work.

Info and booking from Robert:  01342 825 789 or

before  20th October.



This great stone circle is a sacred place of personal healing and balance,

and Candace guided us around the circle and the processional path, pausing

to check the energies, leaving us time to connect with the stones on our own.

Her strong connection allows her to share higher wisdom, to tap into the

changing energies of the place, and to talk to the stones. Part of the day is

a personalised channelled reading with the stone of your choosing.

Fee £55 for the day.

This will be the last workshop in Avebury this year – more next Spring.

Info and booking from Candace


Forest Lodge Veterinary Centre, Station Road, Forest Row  RH18 5DW

10am – 1pm        £25 includes refreshments

Richard is a professional dowser and healer of many years’ experience, and

an internationally-renowned expert on geopathic stress and earth acupuncture.

Richard will explain what geopathic stress is; how it can affect the health of people and animals; and how earth acupuncture can resolve the problems.

I strongly recommend Richard and his work – this will be a fascinating, insightful, talk about energies that are probably affecting most of us right now.

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October 2018 Newsletter here

The October Indigo newsletter is a bumper fun edition – lots of events coming up, lots of news and views.

You can browse or download it here:

Indigo Newsletter October 2018

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Indigo Update for September 2018

There’s a lot happening over the next couple of months – get your diaries out and check the dates here:
Indigo update September 2018

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September 2018 newsletter here

September already! The latest newsletter is here for you to download or browse:

Indigo Newsletter September 2018

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Three international scientists get together in the Sussex countryside

The Making Waves events in May brought together three eminent scientists – Dr George Carlo from USA; Professor Olle Johansson from Sweden; and Dr Dimitris Panagopoulos from Greece. They have co-authored several scientific papers but had never been together in the same place at the same time before, so it was a very special occasion.

Saturday was dedicated to people who are already electro-sensitive and Sunday was for those who wanted to know more about the health issues related to microwave radiation. The events were full to the brim, and everyone enjoyed not only listening to the speakers but meeting each other and sharing stories.

There will be other events – watch this space – the issues will not go away, we all need to make lots of noise and raise awareness.

Here is a photo of me with the scientists in the beautiful ballroom of Sedgwick Park House where the events were held.

From left to right:  Dr Dimitris Panagopoulos; Dr George Carlo; me (Judy Sharp); Professor Olle Johansson.

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ES-UK Social this weekend

Details of the annual ES-UK social here – if you would like to know more, please contact Sarah Dacre direct on:

ES Social 18-19 2018

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Brian Stein talks about Electrical Hypersensitivity

This is a link to Brian Stein’s talk at the 2017 Glastonbury Symposium.

Brian, a former high-flying CEO of a major company, became electrosensitive due to prolonged use of his mobile phone. His story is one of our times, and should serve as a warning for all of us.

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August 2018 Update


Hello Indigos

The Algarve is a golfers’ paradise. There are dozens of courses spread the length and breadth of the region, all boasting immaculate greens, shimmering lakes and impressive clubhouses. It’s big business, so no wonder it attracts those looking to profit from it.

Once upon a time while I lived there, a stranger rolled into town claiming he had a revolutionary way to teach golf, one that would make good / better players of everyone with the time, patience (and money) to follow his methods. He was pointed to me as, at that time, I was a marketing / PR consultant who could open doors for him.

I gathered a small group of people, golfers and non-players (like me) for an introductory lesson at one of the main practice ranges. He lined us up, gave us a pep talk, and gave us all different tasks. I was standing opposite a cigar-shaped lake.

“Hit the ball over the water,” he said, so I did.

“Hit the ball over the water again,” he said, so I did.

“Hit the ball over the water one more time,” he said, so I did.

“Why do you keep asking me to hit the ball over the water?” I asked.

“Because most people have a mental block about hitting a ball over water,” he explained, “they see it as a barrier, and they can’t do it, but you don’t seem to have a problem. Let me see you do it again – hit the ball over the water.”

So I hit the ball – and it plopped into the water.

All the time I didn’t know that there was a problem, that it was difficult, I just did it. But as soon as he told me how hard it was, I took that on board, and reacted accordingly.

We all do that, don’t we, in different ways. Right from childhood when we are told, “you’ll never be able to do that,” or “that’s not for people like us,” – we take that programming on board, we believe it, it becomes part of who we are.

That sort of programming can be reversed , but you first of all you have to understand that it is programming, and then you have to work on tracing back the root cause and clearing it. What is “yours” and what has been laid on you by other people? Cut the cords, clear whatever it is that is holding you back.

I have come up against this again very recently with a project that is potentially very exciting indeed and could well involve each and every one of you. Big project, big numbers. Daunting. Scary. A couple of people took a quick look and said, “too big, too many problems, not even you can do that, Jude.” And I took all that on board, despite a reading from my lovely therapist which was hugely encouraging and “go for it!”

In the early hours of one morning, when my spiritual Team Jude come through to me, they said, “Look at the numbers another way. Break it down. Don’t give up. Don’t walk away. You can do this.”
I realized that the story of the golf balls was right there in my mind, that I had shared it with a couple of people in the previous two days: perhaps I should take note of that, too.

All those years ago, I learned the lesson. Yes, I hit the ball into the water a few times. But then I reminded myself of the times I had hit the balls clean over – what was the problem? And I started hitting the balls clean again, right over the water.

Of course, with age, I come to understand that before diving into a project, caution is not a bad thing. But with the emerging positive energy from the Universe that is coming into full flow right now, I have to say – I’m hitting the balls right over the water again.

Watch this space, Indigos – I’m going to need your help, your support and your inspiration and together we can create something amazing!



The August discussion group is next Friday, 17th August, 10am – 12 noon or so, at the private room in the Harvester in Haywards Heath.

We were due to have a special speaker, David Bland, to talk to us about his Harmoniser. I was really looking forward to that but, sadly, David has decided to “withdraw his interest” both in meeting the Indigos next Friday, and in taking part in the Water Day provisionally planned for October. He explained that there were two main reasons for changing his mind. First, he says that I refused to meet him one-to-one. That is not quite the case – you know me, Indigos, I will meet with and talk to anyone! Secondly, he says I focused far too much on water and not on the Harmoniser. I looked again at the Harmoniser that he gave me – it is a small brown glass bottle with a white screw top, and it is full of what looks like water. Indeed, as I explained / quoted in the last newsletter, David spent more than a decade experimenting with different waters and different plant extracts to perfect the Harmoniser. So – my apologies to any of you who were looking forward – as I was – to learning more about his years of research and how he came to decide that this was the right formula.

The August discussion group will not have a special speaker, but instead I am working to arrange a “foodie” speaker for September.



Water is a topic that is very much on my radar right now. What started life as an idea for a Water Day in October is developing in ways I could not have imagined, and I am loving it.

Bear with me – I am “going with the flow” (!).



My new Cygnus Review magazine arrived yesterday. If you have not signed up to be a friend / member of Cygnus, I would encourage you to do that – they have introduced another layer of discounts for their members.

I was amazed and delighted to see that Andrew Collins’ new book “The Cygnus Key” is one of those included. Recommended Retail Price is £17.99, Cygnus price £11.10, Member / Friend price £9.99.

Andrew was scheduled to be a speaker at the WAVES conference, and I am still hoping to get him onto the calendar for next year to talk to us about his work, so I shall definitely be ordering a copy of “The Cygnus Key”.




You can come out from under the duvet now – we’ve had the three eclipses, and both Mercury and Mars are turning positive from retrograde in the coming weeks: Phew!

All this retrograde time – and most of the planets have been retrograde for a while now – gives us the opportunity for introspection, for looking at the various characteristics / traits / qualities that are represented by the planets. Do we like what we see? If so, how can we improve? If not, what are we going to do about it?

Do you see how it all ties in with the bigger picture of confusion and change? The same chaos that we see unfolding in politics, religion, big finance and the corporate world is being played out inside us. We are being forced to look at every area of our lives in turn and make choices. Do you remember that Wheel of Life from the July newsletter? Did you look at that? Did you really take time to go through the process of evaluating those areas of your life? Probably not – but that is exactly what the planets are asking you to do. Why? Because it is part of the process of aligning to the quickening energies as we move to those higher vibrations.

I had yet another conversation this morning about how there is no going back to the way things were. The only way is forward. The old rules don’t apply. It is the responsibility of each one of us to align now with our true selves, with what brings us joy. That may well mean turning our backs on familiar routine, of finding the courage to leave that comfortable rut – but it has to be done even if it seems selfish to those who are not on the same journey. There is a growing sense of urgency about this now, an impatience almost, from all those guardians and beings from the various dimensions, who are working with us to make the transition.

Our work is to put out as much positive, loving, light energy as we can at this time. As Iranian-born poet and author Sholeh Wolpe says, “darkness is not to be battled, rather we must walk into it, hearts aflame, because light does not fight darkness, it dissipates it.”

Do whatever makes your heart sing. Spend time with people who make your soul smile. Follow that joy. This is not fanciful “woo woo” talk, this is serious, energy-raising stuff.

And on that note, Indigos, I wish you all love, light and joy,

Love Jude x




















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