This May Jez Le Fèvre and I are going to be hosting a retreat in the beautiful mountains of Tuscany. This experience will give you the chance to step out of your normal ‘stuff’ and into something different. We’re not trying to sell a package holiday here – this is a chance to really step out of […]Read More The Clearing
There is beauty in everything but it is important to acknowledge that hard times happen. They do! Most people deal with these alone. And in many ways it is a lonely journey, because growth can only happen for you and these feelings only happen to your personal journey. But, actually they also happen to every […]Read More Always a River
Brenee Brown is amazing. She specialises in shame. It’s such a powerful force in this world and well worth being more aware of. For example, normally I would feel fear and shame posting this kind of thing because I would fear being judged by friends. This has held me back for too long. I have […]Read More Vulnerability
I’ve been wanting to share about Shadow Work for a while now. What is Shadow Work? It’s acknowledging and integrating of those parts of us which we hide from the world, for one reason or another. I have taken a course in shadow work these past months and the results have been fantastic. I have […]Read More Facing The Shadow
I am all for a beautiful image and metaphor concerning nature. However, at this moment in time there are a host of people making serious money from the abuse of the natural world; whether it’s the camera crews that head out to the all but forgotten parts of the planet, risking everything for that slo […]Read More The Natural Bridge?
When I was a kid, I loved TV. I would watch anything. Whatever TV had, I was ready to consume. All 2 channels worth of it. At the time we had only RTE 1 and Network 2. Two whole channels of indiscriminate TV. It was, in some ways, a major focal point for our family; […]Read More TV- Gimme a Break!
I grew up in a different time. Time literally was different. People had time for each other. Things happened slowly. Growing up in a rural community, it wasn’t always easy to get the right part for the job. Parts for tractors and farm machinery were sometimes improvised; people weren’t so bothered about replacing original lights […]Read More Do We Live in a Monoculture?