I am delighted to share with you my TEDx talk on Reclaiming the Feminine. I spoke about my understanding and experience of “the Feminine”, and why I believe that the most important thing we can do today for our individual and collective sake is to reclaim that energy and power in our lives, whether we are women or men.

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A conversation with Ziada and Mary Ann about The Heart of the Labyrinth, and my reflections connecting our abuse of the planet with our discomfort with feminine values, how the book was written and what is next for me as an author and woman passionate about creating change in the world.

  • The Sacred Feminine in our Lives – online conversation

What is the sacred feminine? How is is different from talking about women, or from notions of feminism? And why is the sacred feminine relevant to our lives today?

In this online conversation, I explore these questions and share my reflections on how to cultivate our relationship to the sacred feminine and how to find inner and outer balance.

You can listen to the audio file here:

If you’re curious about why I wrote The Heart of the Labyrinth, what parts are my own story, what parts are fiction, and my experience as a first-time writer… I reveal everything in this lovely conversation with Lucy Pearce from Womancraft Publishing:


  • In Conversation with Paulo Coelho, in Davos, Switzerland

The Heart of the Labyrinth received a warm welcome at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, perfectly adding another voice to the experiential arts installations, inviting participants to bring their whole selves – body and mind, heart and soul – to the challenges debated throughout the week. Paulo Coelho’s wonderful introduction and moderation of the discussion added the final spark!

Book Reading: The Heart of the Labyrinth: Paulo Coelho and Nicole Schwab


  • An Interview with Robin Johnson of Great Mystery

My first interview about The Heart of the Labyrinth, where I talk about some of the main threads and messages that are woven through the story:


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