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Thursday, August 29th, 2019

Tick Tock….Tick Tock….

‘Where has the year gone?’ or ‘I can’t believe we are at the end of August.’ I have heard that quite a bit recently, it is very easy in my experience to get caught up with this conversation classic. However, what some people really mean is …. ‘I haven’t done what I wanted to do […]

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Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Too much to do? Ask for help.

I love summer and it is one of my busiest times of year. Not just with meditation, with other projects as well and I find myself using up energy reserves to keep all my plates spinning. This year I asked the universe for more help and I am using this journal to say ‘thank you’. […]

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Friday, June 7th, 2019

Fun in the Sun… and the rain… the wind… snow….etc

I love watching people recharge in the sunshine. I am very fortunate to live in Cornwall where many people’s lifestyle choices are in tune with the climate and coastline. Cornwall is a very popular holiday destination for the reasons above and wherever in the world you may travel to for a vacation – taking rest […]

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Saturday, May 4th, 2019

Connectivity. Community. Tribe.

This month’s journal is inspired by listening to some music as festival season is starting. Festival culture is such a hub of creativity. Having worked at many festivals over the years, the people you meet, their talents, their passions, what you learn, what you exchange, the vibrancy, the freshness is exhilarating. One of my favourite […]

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Thursday, April 4th, 2019

Spring has sprung!

April showers mixed with gentle sunshine lifts the soul and excites the senses. I do tend to get giddy in Spring, with all colours and change. This is always a good reminder to look for the new. When I get stuck, a gentle reminder that change is Nature’s constant, shows itself. A signpost for me […]

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Monday, March 4th, 2019

The Misconception of being Separate

I chose the quote for this journal entry as I keep regularly hearing the phrase ‘ I just don’t know what to think…’ In time of political distraction and manipulated jargon where do you put your attention, who or what is social truth? How you navigate that storm can be exhausting. If you feel powerless […]

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Monday, February 11th, 2019

At what cost? The Relevance of Self investment.

I am from a working class Cornish family. I don’t let that define me as I was brought up by parents who nurtured my self belief and what lacked financially in the family was balanced with an abundance of ‘you can do anything you want to do’. I am very fortunate to have that fearless […]

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Tuesday, January 1st, 2019

Gratitude

I sent a message to my students this morning saying when you finish your afternoon meditation before you open your eyes – take pause and think of all the things you can remember in 2018 that you would like to give thanks and gratitude for. The joys you had forgotten and just remembered, the smiles, […]

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Friday, December 28th, 2018

New Year Revelations

2019 is almost upon us and instead of listing all the things you wish to change through New Year resolutions – I would like to look back over 2018 and think of all the wonderful and brilliant moments that filled your year. What made you happy? What made you joyous? What did you do to […]

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Break with tradition this holiday….

The winter holiday season is nearly upon us and I have been thinking about how to look after yourself, your loved ones and someone you may not know yet. Whatever your plans are over the next few weeks, there maybe the temptation to have a real party hard attitude in order to balance against work […]

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Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

First step to understanding change

Inspired to write this after watching an episode of ‘Ways to Change the World’. I watched a person blinkered with intention and drive to become successful in his vocation. In his younger years, he didn’t see or feel the impact his community was experiencing through socio-political upheaval. Years later when he came back home to […]

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