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Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021

Act Local. Think Global.

The blog is a bit different this month. Maharishi Vyasanand Saraswati taught my teacher and whilst listening to his podcast, his eloquence on this subject was inspiring, I wanted to share it with you. Many countries around the planet are experiencing a shift in governance; whether this is a newly elected spokesperson, a declaration of […]

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Saturday, January 2nd, 2021

Back to Basics

The New Year is usually fuelled with fresh starts, brave beginnings and a desire for change. There has been much hope attached to unrealistic promises over last year and those promises were never meant to be kept. Changes in plan. Inconsistency. Expectations not met. Speculations abound. Let this year be what has to be. Your […]

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Saturday, May 16th, 2020

Being and The Present Moment

Today on FB we spoke of recognising the common learnt behaviour of preferring to live in the past and speculating the future rather than choosing to practice being in the present moment. Romanticising the past, thinking on the choices you made and if only you opted for another because if you had, you would so […]

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Saturday, May 9th, 2020

Meditation. If you meditate it works.

Our FB live today was about why meditation is good for you, some of the benefits and why when something resonates it is important to pay attention. As the title states, if you meditate it works, if you don’t it doesn’t. The question how much stress, anxiety and the feeling of it ‘all being too […]

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Going ‘back’ to normal?

The last few months have seen a global shift. This shift has exposed areas of stagnation and we as a human species used our abilities and creativity to evolve. This shift has shone light to the importance of understanding connectivity. This shift has seen people from all walks of life stand up, take responsibility and […]

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Sunday, April 19th, 2020

The Power of Suggestion

I have had the great honour of spending more time with my students online recently. One topic mentioned regularly was an increase in external information and how to process it all. I would like to go a little deeper into how you can be more discerning in gathering the information or more precisely – knowledge. […]

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Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020

Beauty. Beauty Everywhere.

To spend your days not seeing colours, tasting sweetness, feeling love, hearing laughter and smelling roses is denying your senses of beauty. We have lives, busy lives, full to the point overflowing at the brim lives. We are focused, driven, determined. We have our checklist that must be completed and if it isn’t then a […]

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Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

Knowing Nature

As winter eases into spring, we already can see the buds, blooms and longer light gracing our daily lives. It is incremental, slowly shifting forward, always moving. We are not separate from the laws of nature and that is a common mistake we all make. We have to keep moving, evolving and adaptable to change […]

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Wednesday, January 15th, 2020

Resolution or Re-set

With it being a new year and a new decade, to ‘fix’ all the elements of what you don’t like is a common ideal. The fire in your belly carries you for a while and life takes over again and the sense of disappointment and failure develops as the well intentioned ideas are pushed aside. […]

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Saturday, December 21st, 2019

The Calm During the Storm

This heightened time of year many of us go onto autopilot, putting strain on ourselves to have a good festive period. However you like your holiday, full of family, or friends or both and for those whose preference is solitude. Those who fill it of sparkle and noise or peace and reflection. Be kind, compassionate […]

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Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

The Gift of You

A teacher of Vedic Meditation and I were in conversation when I was student, I was at that time in India training to become a teacher myself and had a deep concern about how I was going to teach. My discipline, my love of the tradition, my gratitude of the knowledge felt solid and these […]

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