British actress Sarah Miles has opened up her home to those in need by creating a healing centre at her house in West Sussex, England. The Ryan's Daughter star, who received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her role in the 1970 film, is offering a range of treatments from a two-hour 'healing and guidance' session to retreat days and a 'show and tell' evening during which guests can show off their artistic talents. She tells Britain's Daily Mail, "Perhaps you sing, write poetry, drum, fire dance - whatever your talent we would love you to share it with us around the campfire." The actress, who previously admitted to drinking her own urine as a daily pick-me-up, claims the 11th century house, set in 12 acres of woodland, has healing powers and helped prolong the life of her screenwriter husband Robert Bolt after he suffered a stroke in 1979. He passed away in 1995 and is buried in the grounds. Miles, 71, maintains she has her own powers of healing and is keen to use her special skills to help others adding, "Healing gives me far more joy than writing or acting - or indeed receiving my Oscar nomination."