Acceptance and Surrender. These are not states of disempowerment.
A few moons ago I wrote about the life calendar (see here). A 90-year calendar broken down into weekly boxes. It was a visual aid to help put into context where one had been and possibly where one could plan their future desires.Since then, I have been contemplating a lot the duration of life, and … Continue reading The Power of Intent
I’ve nabbed this wonderful image above from the very intricate and in-depth workings of Tim Urban’s Wait, But Why website.Most things that leak out of Tim’s Mind are profoundly interesting, personal and well researched.This particular blog is both sobering and inspiring.The premise we have here is that if the average life expectancy is 90 years, … Continue reading Welcome to the Life Calendar
A creative meditation to relieve yourself of all the things that are currently defining you and understand who you truly are and what you truly desire.
What shape is your container?
"We are constantly in transition with peaks and troughs intersecting the journey." - Joya
It seems odd to come in with pain in your back and to be lying face up being stretched in positions that make you want to cry, however, it is the first stop in the journey.
The western Mind does some great and crazy things. One thing I’ve noticed as I continue to study, practice and grow is that with our constant drive for the next benchmark, more abundance, more comfort, more more, is that we often miss the most simple, most nourishing, most beautiful things and moments. In fact, every … Continue reading There is no Guru.
Immunity. Our amazing bodies are constantly looking after our well being. A constant flow of foreign bodies enter our systems, creating disharmony within, as our body works to maintain equilibrium. It's a full-time job, requiring energy and resources. In order to supply fuel and resources, it is our responsibility to nourish ourselves in … Continue reading Immunity
The Art of Experimentation "Don't trust a word I say. Go out and discover it for yourself!" - said every Sage ever Recently I've been thinking a lot about the experiential nature of Life. Much of what we think we know has been spoon-fed to us and over time and repetition becomes Belief, rather than … Continue reading A Life of Experience