How does your heart speak to you?

With so much noise and distraction in the world, with emotions swirling around, when you just don’t know what to do, it can be tricky to hear your heart speak. It’s good therefore to step away from situations, to breathe, be silent, still, and ask

Read More

Listen to your heart

When your world is turned upside down and you don’t know what to do, everything is uncertain, yet decisions need to be made….going into your heart and listening to your intuition not only brings a sense of calm it offers guidance. Guidance that comes from

Read More

Opening your heart

We’ve talked about how some experiences that occur through change can have us feel pain and a sense of loss, we can put up walls and then, if we judge ourself for what happened, we can become hard-hearted … and put our connection to our

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Love, love, love…

With Valentine’s Day coming up, many of us will be sharing messages of love. With “All you need is love” and “Love one another” ringing in my ears, I’m imagining the difference it would make if our world lived by these messages…what would be possible

Read More

Getting in touch with your heart

Going through any sort of change in our life, it’s good to have something to go to when you feel overwhelmed, unable to think or plan. When you feel as if you are in a fog, it’s a clear sign to get out of your

Read More

Bring me sunshine…

One of the things I love most is that time in the morning when the world is still and the sun rises beyond the trees in the garden, its light dancing through the branches. Thinking about the sun…each ray is a source of energy, an

Read More

Seeing through the eyes of your heart

Last week we talked about moving beyond appearance, seeing the significance of things and I asked the question – Are you willing to see life through the eyes of your heart and explore what is possible? When we look at appearance, we often judge and

Read More

Beyond appearance

Living in in Hong Kong taught me a lot about appearance. What d’you think about appearance? How does it work in your life? In Hong Kong where appearance was important, I always made sure that my toes were painted, my hair high-lighted, bikini line waxed

Read More

Accepting difference

Like leaves on a tree, we’re all different, and, at the same time, we each contribute to the whole. Trees have different meanings for different cultures, yet commonly symbolise strength and growth, uniqueness, harmony and balance, rebirth and renewal…and the energy is peaceful. Why then

Read More

Beauty and colour

As we look back over 2020, my goodness what a year it’s been! With so many unexpected events, it’s been challenging for each of us in many different ways – individually and collectively. How did you find a sense of stability? What is your perception

Read More

Acceptance and peace

Two years ago I wrote about how to find peace when it feels like your world has been turned upside down. Then the focus was on personal change and the turmoil that can come, for example, through relocation, the end of a relationship, ill health,

Read More

A different Christmas

This Christmas is going to be different! Often defined by tradition, with the prospect of not having that this year, it’s important to accept how things are, to be realistic … and adapt. We don’t want to put others at risk so this is truly

Read More

Emotional resilience

It’s not always easy to find resilience. When you have the ground whipped out from beneath you, it’s easy feel helpless and think that you’ll never survive. You may feel that you no longer know who you are, or, what you want in life. Challenges

Read More

Finding resilience – this Christmas

Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year… A time of coming together, sharing food with family and friends, twinkling lights, candles, singing carols…a time of joy. For many, however, the reality is… a time of dread, one of the most challenging times of the

Read More

Look me in the eye.

The other week I attended a workshop designed to help understand and support children with ‘disabilities’. As a mum with a daughter diagnosed as having Asperger’s Syndrome, as a volunteer for Riding for the Disabled, for me ‘disability’ is not something to be fixed, it’s

Read More

Courage to be you

As a child, I was small and skinny. I wore National Health Service glasses – pink plastic ones. I was teased horribly and felt ugly. I felt different, alone. I was told I was sensitive. I never saw myself as being strong or courageous. Yet,

Read More

Crossing the bridge

With everything that’s happening in the world at the moment – the conflict, the pandemic, climate change, political upheaval, terrorism – it’s clear that we’re being given a good shake and the universe is asking us to wake up, look at how we’re living, what’s

Read More

Finding resilience

Navigating change is never smooth. We can feel decidedly wobbly, think that we’ll never survive alone, sometimes feel downright helpless. And yet…it’s through change that we find our resilience, learn to be creative and find ways to do things differently. When you think about resilience…

Read More

Time to emerge and bloom?

When you look at your life, how would you describe your story so far? Is it one of fun and adventure, or, are you someone who likes to feel comfortable? What have been the greatest moments; what have been your struggles? If you’re content with

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Who in the world am I?

“Who in the world am I?”, asked Alice in her quest for identity. On the surface, a story that is considered by some to be about fun and nonsense, underneath a deeper meaning about growth and expansion. “Who am I?” – a great question for us

Read More

How does your heart speak to you?

With so much noise and distraction in the world, with emotions swirling around, when you just don’t know what to do, it can be tricky to hear your heart speak. It’s good therefore to step away from situations, to breathe, be silent, still, and ask

Read More

Listen to your heart

When your world is turned upside down and you don’t know what to do, everything is uncertain, yet decisions need to be made….going into your heart and listening to your intuition not only brings a sense of calm it offers guidance. Guidance that comes from

Read More

Opening your heart

We’ve talked about how some experiences that occur through change can have us feel pain and a sense of loss, we can put up walls and then, if we judge ourself for what happened, we can become hard-hearted … and put our connection to our

Read More

Love, love, love…

With Valentine’s Day coming up, many of us will be sharing messages of love. With “All you need is love” and “Love one another” ringing in my ears, I’m imagining the difference it would make if our world lived by these messages…what would be possible

Read More

Getting in touch with your heart

Going through any sort of change in our life, it’s good to have something to go to when you feel overwhelmed, unable to think or plan. When you feel as if you are in a fog, it’s a clear sign to get out of your

Read More

Bring me sunshine…

One of the things I love most is that time in the morning when the world is still and the sun rises beyond the trees in the garden, its light dancing through the branches. Thinking about the sun…each ray is a source of energy, an

Read More

Seeing through the eyes of your heart

Last week we talked about moving beyond appearance, seeing the significance of things and I asked the question – Are you willing to see life through the eyes of your heart and explore what is possible? When we look at appearance, we often judge and

Read More

Beyond appearance

Living in in Hong Kong taught me a lot about appearance. What d’you think about appearance? How does it work in your life? In Hong Kong where appearance was important, I always made sure that my toes were painted, my hair high-lighted, bikini line waxed

Read More

Accepting difference

Like leaves on a tree, we’re all different, and, at the same time, we each contribute to the whole. Trees have different meanings for different cultures, yet commonly symbolise strength and growth, uniqueness, harmony and balance, rebirth and renewal…and the energy is peaceful. Why then

Read More

Beauty and colour

As we look back over 2020, my goodness what a year it’s been! With so many unexpected events, it’s been challenging for each of us in many different ways – individually and collectively. How did you find a sense of stability? What is your perception

Read More

Acceptance and peace

Two years ago I wrote about how to find peace when it feels like your world has been turned upside down. Then the focus was on personal change and the turmoil that can come, for example, through relocation, the end of a relationship, ill health,

Read More

A different Christmas

This Christmas is going to be different! Often defined by tradition, with the prospect of not having that this year, it’s important to accept how things are, to be realistic … and adapt. We don’t want to put others at risk so this is truly

Read More

Emotional resilience

It’s not always easy to find resilience. When you have the ground whipped out from beneath you, it’s easy feel helpless and think that you’ll never survive. You may feel that you no longer know who you are, or, what you want in life. Challenges

Read More

Finding resilience – this Christmas

Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year… A time of coming together, sharing food with family and friends, twinkling lights, candles, singing carols…a time of joy. For many, however, the reality is… a time of dread, one of the most challenging times of the

Read More

Look me in the eye.

The other week I attended a workshop designed to help understand and support children with ‘disabilities’. As a mum with a daughter diagnosed as having Asperger’s Syndrome, as a volunteer for Riding for the Disabled, for me ‘disability’ is not something to be fixed, it’s

Read More

Courage to be you

As a child, I was small and skinny. I wore National Health Service glasses – pink plastic ones. I was teased horribly and felt ugly. I felt different, alone. I was told I was sensitive. I never saw myself as being strong or courageous. Yet,

Read More

Crossing the bridge

With everything that’s happening in the world at the moment – the conflict, the pandemic, climate change, political upheaval, terrorism – it’s clear that we’re being given a good shake and the universe is asking us to wake up, look at how we’re living, what’s

Read More

Finding resilience

Navigating change is never smooth. We can feel decidedly wobbly, think that we’ll never survive alone, sometimes feel downright helpless. And yet…it’s through change that we find our resilience, learn to be creative and find ways to do things differently. When you think about resilience…

Read More

Time to emerge and bloom?

When you look at your life, how would you describe your story so far? Is it one of fun and adventure, or, are you someone who likes to feel comfortable? What have been the greatest moments; what have been your struggles? If you’re content with

Read More

Who in the world am I?

“Who in the world am I?”, asked Alice in her quest for identity. On the surface, a story that is considered by some to be about fun and nonsense, underneath a deeper meaning about growth and expansion. “Who am I?” – a great question for us

Read More