About Me


Emma Farry 

Emma works to spread love, wellness, and appreciation of self and life. 

She acknowledges the great gift of Maori wisdom, kaitiaki (guardianship) and manaakitanga (hospitality) in Aotearoa/New Zealand. She also draws strength from her rich Lebanese heritage as well as the Scottish determination and love for nature she inherited from her kiwi mum.

Emma's books 'Beloved' and 'Freedom Song' are a representation of her values through her words. Her journey of loss and grief and finding ground through the chaos has helped her understand the importance of acknowledging challenging emotions and finding peace within.

Emma is a businesswoman and author who believes in bringing integrity to all her endeavors. She was brought up in a family that valued service to others and spread kindness where possible. She uses these core values to inform her creative and business life. Her motto in business and in life is 'spread the love'. Her words and art exist in order to accomplish this mission. This all sounds very lofty and earnest but Emma enjoys a good laugh, often at her own expense.

Watch this space:

Emma is working with Ayesha Asif, her Communications and Marketing manager on a series of Podcasts "The Wreck Room". Giving people the tools to access their inner riches. The podcast aims to teach the act of self-kindness and shares tool that help us to connect more deeply with ourselves and our world. how to connect with yourself.  

Emma and Ayesha

Some Facts About Emma:

  • Her first novel "Redemption" was published in New York by Face to Face Press in 2002. You can still buy it on Amazon
Redemption
    • Emma is a keen photographer and all images on her social media channels and those featured in her book 'Beloved' are her originals. 
    • Emma has meditated every day since March 9th, 1997, and still feels like a beginner in this practice. The deep benefits she receives from meditation are something she wants to share with the world.  She teaches meditation and mindfulness courses at the Auckland Women's Centre and at various Women's Refuges around Tamaki Makaurau. Look out for the next course starting in October...
    • She was working as a temp at a TV station called MSNBC in New York on September 11th, 2001. Seeing the CFO standing at his desk crying while watching the carnage unfold on his TV screen was one of the many memories of that day.
    • Emma and her friends started Saama, New Zealand’s first multi-cultural talent agency. 
      The promotional video of Saama filmed around 1995
      Saama Team photo
      Emma and her friends who worked on Saama.
      • Emma is a Reiki Master. She had all her business cards printed when she realised that it was herself not "clients" that needed healing. She recently threw away those 250 business cards and smiled at the different ways the healing energy had manifested in her life.
      • After her post-graduate diploma in journalism, she worked at her first newspaper job at the Otago Daily Times in Dunedin covering the social welfare around. Back then journalists wrote their stories on typewriters, people still smoked at work and the bosses were all male. 
      ODT Newspaper
      • Emma spent a few years working as a freelance researcher on lifestyle television shows, like NZ House and Garden”, “Maggie’s Garden Show” and “NZ’s Got Talent”

       

      Emma made this video for a friend in Paris who wanted help to start a meditation practice. Give it a try if you need some help on the inward journey.