Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen Dipl. Des.

The Journey, Communication Designer
Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen

Being a creative person, my life has a lot of variety in it.
There are a lot of different hats in shape and colour to wear, which I all love wearing.
I am an author, an artist, a coach and a Journey practitioner.

THE JOURNEY is internationally recognised as one of the best healing processes. Thousands of people have been successful in freeing themselves of many emotional and physical blocks with the help of this process. Freed from your old baggage, you can start living from your highest potential and be the real you.
Benefits of THE JOURNEY: peace, freedom, contentment, health and vitality, the attainment of your own inner wisdom.

My passion is to help women transform their heartaches - low self-esteem, lack of confidence, eating disorder, body confidence and weight issues, fertility, miscarriage, abortion, loss, emotional and health issues, abuse, grief, depression, intimacy issues, relationship or family concerns - into an opportunity to reinvent themselves and have new possibilities.
I have written two non-fiction books - "Woman Rise and Shine" and "Flown the Coop", both available on Amazon.

Books Ruth has Published

Woman Rise and Shine

A simple Path for Women who want to be Themselves

This book helps you develop a deeper relationship with yourself and step into the woman you are. It's a fantastic way to connect with the only voice that matters... YOURS! The true nature of women is the innate energy of creativity, genius and love of the divine female, which connects all of life. The world in which we are competing for survival and for the rights of women is giving way to one in which interconnectedness and compassion for each other is important. Be a part of it! “Woman Rise and

Flown the Coop

A Guide to dealing with Transition hen the Kids leave Home

When the kids leave home, change is inevitable. Whether prepared for it or not, in the empty nest parents enter a new phase in their life and a whole new stage of parenting. “Flown the Coop” is a self help book which explores aspects of parenting, especially this stage of transition, helps you to understand the change you go through, takes a look at what may happen and how to deal with it, sees transition from the children's perspective too, encourages and invites you to move easily through your

Articles Ruth has Published
The Mirror is the Struggle
The Mirror is the Struggle

Over the course of 58 years, I have encountered so many women who struggle with their looks. It seems to be an eternal theme which crosses generations. We live in a culture that's about need. We are bombarded »

Over the course of 58 years, I have encountered so many women who struggle with their looks. It seems to be an eternal theme which crosses generations. We live in a culture that's about need. We are bombarded with advertisements telling us what we need to need, and what we supposedly shouldn't be able to live without. Women are indeed the perfect targets for them. Impossible standards for women to..

Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen · July 12th, 2016

Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen · July 12th, 2016

They’ve gone!
They’ve gone!

"I'm just surprised by what's happening inside me now that the kids have left home." My girlfriend nodded as she listened with compassion. I went on to tell her how I had assumed I would be glad to have »

"I'm just surprised by what's happening inside me now that the kids have left home." My girlfriend nodded as she listened with compassion. I went on to tell her how I had assumed I would be glad to have my new-found freedom. It's what I had been waiting for, after all. I thought I wouldn't worry about the kids. I thought I would be completely laid back. I thought I would go with the flow and pick up..

Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen · July 6th, 2016

Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen · July 6th, 2016

I Used to Think I Had Control
I Used to Think I Had Control

There are things I can control. Like how much sleep I get, what I eat, what I say, to name but a few. If you'd asked me if I could control my life when I was in my twenties, I would have said an unequivocal »

There are things I can control. Like how much sleep I get, what I eat, what I say, to name but a few. If you'd asked me if I could control my life when I was in my twenties, I would have said an unequivocal yes. And I would have thought you were wrong if you'd said no. I guess I was a bit of a control freak. My life was on the right track, and I intended it to stay that way. Then I had a baby. I was..

Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen · June 29th, 2016

Ms. Ruth Bleakley-Thiessen · June 29th, 2016