Category Archives: Spirituality

Opening to the new

What does it take to make a lasting and heart-centred friendship? How do we come to terms with the true purpose of all those other ones that seem to pass through like ships on the water. Just thinking outloud. Continue reading

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Feedback

Receiving feedback is an entirely natural and healthy part of life but the quality of our lives can depend, quite majorly, on where we tend to seek it and the reasons why… Continue reading

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Cosmic romance

What does the almost universal, in-built, longing for the big finale, the happy moment of consummation, tell us about ourselves and the fabric of reality? What is it that we really long for? Continue reading

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Living in the everywhere

How much does our ingrained concept of time being strictly linear perpetuate the sense that “past” or even “future” is some remote, inaccessible thing with a volume of space keeping us apart from it? How much healing and other potential do we miss when we adhere to such thinking?? Continue reading

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Coming home

Where are my edges, where does my sense of self stop and other begin? What feel like the non-negotiable boundaries required in order for me to feel safe and how does modern life or the demands of my work encroach on that? How did the quieter life of the past year make me feel (better or worse; some introverts have thrived)? What does that say about my desire to keep working/living the way I used to before lockdown? What are my true priorities in life and what do those say about where I feel most relaxed and comfortable to be myself, can I make my life fit those priorities better? Is there more inner work to be done so that I can feel safe regardless and not be at the beck and call of outside circumstances the way I am? Do I have all the resources I need to feel safe unconditionally like that, even as I stand here in my socks, or do I lean too much into external factors, both for comfort but therefore also as a source of trigger when things “go wrong”? Continue reading

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My word of the year is regeneration

The practice of choosing a word of the year has power because you spotlight and commit to it. When you veer off its path, you ask yourself why and you pull yourself back towards its steadying influence. You stay more aware of daily variances in belief system and come to recognise what is old patterning dragging you backwards, compared to what is new, opening doors of perception. More and more, you crave the latter and dismiss the former, under the auspices of this one guiding word. Continue reading

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Thank you music, you keep me flowing

I really don’t have a clue how I would have go through 2020 without music so, to keep the flow of gratitude moving, I really want to share some of the most uplifting, transformational, nourishing musical highlights of my year. Continue reading

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Choosing life: Jig of Life and the Ninth Wave

“For Now does ride in on the curl of the wave,

And you will dance with me in the sunlit pools.

We are of the going water and the gone.

We are of water in the holy land of water

And all that’s to come runs in

With the thrust on the strand.” Continue reading

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Now is the moment to walk our talk

Now is also the time to invest with our full attention on what we really want, not what seems, what others talk about, what the papers say but what we really prefer and, if t doesn’t exist yet, get creative with our imagination. We need to energetically vote for the world we want to be living in, every moment of every single day. Continue reading

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Writing “ourstory” together

What comes after “history”, what (can we speculate) takes over ready to walk us into a golden future? How do we continue to tell our story? Whilst truth will always remain, to some degree, a subjective thing, the very allowing of the subjectiveness…peaceably…leads us to a new, curious, intelligent, open-minded, accepting, inclusive way of spinning stories that feeds a better future rather than always seeking to claim the victory of the past or control the future. Rather, we feed the future…together. Continue reading

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