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Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

Autumn Joy!

Autumn is upon is and the seasonal changes are something to put to you attention on. After a glorious summer making the most of the longer days, drawing in alongside the shorter evenings, in my experience is a good thing. Gentle beach walks, unctuous and nourishing¬† foods, warmth and relaxation. Take the opportunity when you […]

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Tuesday, August 7th, 2018

Round and round in circles…

I was set on writing something else for the August entry and then I saw the quote above. Before meditation I found myself repeating the same mistakes over and over. No matter how many times I told myself it will different next time – I never took the space and breath to gather more information. […]

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Thursday, July 12th, 2018

You and your passion

It is quite the challenge getting a life/work balance and that balance is different for everybody. It is something that comes up often in conversations with students and friends – how to achieve a happy balance, so here are a some suggestions that will help. 1) Know what you want. Not what others want or […]

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Tuesday, June 12th, 2018

This Summer’s Must Haves….

Flip flops, a woolly hat and head torch. My summer’s must haves….the second two are all year round must haves as nighttime gets quite nippy where I live, no matter what time of year and a head torch is always handy. Your eyes are exposed to ‘buy this’ and ‘buy that’ and when you bought […]

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Monday, May 14th, 2018

Embracing Nature

Spring will soon turn to summer and we can enjoy the transition of the new and delicate into the vivacious and bold. When we try something new. Step through the unknown doorway for adventure there will be change. Staying in routine can be very comforting and safe, however an ever repeating pattern in life is […]

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Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Abundance

In the world which we live – the word abundance is primarily associated with wealth. However, if you put that association to one side and ask yourself the question ‘What do you believe to be abundant in your life?’ What would your answers be? Time, joy, family, laughter, love? Or would you struggle to find […]

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Friday, March 30th, 2018

Do you know what you are actually looking for?

In a world of mixed up messages, where you ought, could and should be doing everything¬† for everyone else whilst making out you are independent, strong and happy is unsustainable. What people do so they can be socially accepted and ‘worthy’ as a human is too much, just to wake up and start the same […]

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Saturday, February 10th, 2018

Meditate if you want to go …faster?

I have been working on a project over the last two days and it has been fascinating, researching what people actually think themselves capable of and specifically acknowledging reponsibility. As a teacher of meditation, something my students hear me say at regular intervals is ‘take action, take rest, take action, take rest’. It is important […]

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Thursday, December 28th, 2017

New Year Presence

The New Year – a time of new beginnings, fresh ideas and the desire to change everything you don’t like about yourself by March at the latest….. then when things lose momentum, you ‘give up’ on your goals a few weeks later leaving a sense of another failed attempt. In a society where pressure is […]

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Friday, December 8th, 2017

Glow bright this Winter!

So here we are less than three weeks away from Christmas. The usual conversations are being overheard in casual passing, where people are placing themselves on the tinselled scale of ‘nearly there’ to ‘haven’t even started’. Now I am not a ‘Bah Humbug!’ kind of woman. Bringing family, friends and new faces together, having a […]

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Friday, November 10th, 2017

Grief and Guilt

This journal entry is about grief due to loss and not just through someone passing away. Grief through a loss in a relationship, a loss of a job, professional realignment, loss of purpose, when the kids leave home. Grief comes in many guises and yet is primarily associated with death. Grief has its place, it […]

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