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Art Every Day Month - day 3 and already I'm struggling!

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Worst Case Scenario

Worst Case Scenario

05/20/2012  |  No Comments

I'm sorry Please forgive me I love you Thank you Ho-oponopono prayer Read more...

It's not Discipline, it's Devotion

It’s not Discipline, it’s Devotion

01/24/2012  |  No Comments

...we’re doing some things we really love to do. Every day. No exceptions. Read more...

Ramdesh Kaur: Kundalini Yogini, Writer and Radio Presenter

Ramdesh Kaur: Kundalini Yogini, Writer and Radio Presenter

04/26/2011  |  2 Comments

"Give me your 11 minutes and I'll change your life in 40 days..." Read more...

Divine Birth

Divine Birth

02/08/2011  |  1 Comment

Divine Birth by Snatam Kaur (review for Spirit Voyage.com) Described on the cover as "a meditation tool to deepen the... Read more...

Crimson Sadhana

Crimson Sadhana

01/31/2011  |  No Comments

Crimson Sadhana by Gurunam Singh (review for Spirit Voyage.com) This latest album from Gurunam Singh places him firmly in my favorites... Read more...

Start the week – be yourself !!

Start the week – be yourself !!

11/30/2009  |  1 Comment

Playing The Prosperity Game last night, (Day 60 - woo-hoo!) I came across this quote from Abraham-Hicks and thought it... Read more...

Can You Kiss the Mirror Yet? (in Public)

09/11/2009  |  No Comments

Of all the things Bob Proctor taught in a 3-Day seminar I attended in London last summer, one that's stuck with me most is his attitude towards himself - he loves and accepts himself 100%. How cool is that? Paul Martinelli tells a story about traveling with Bob and walking through a section of an airport where there was a huge wall, all mirror. Bob walked right up to it and kissed his own reflection 'mua, mua, mua, I love you so much!' and not a bit embarrassed when everyone else stopped and stared. Read more...

3 Steps to Better Communication using just 3 Simple Colours

3 Steps to Better Communication using just 3 Simple Colours

08/09/2009  |  No Comments

Fiona maintains that the problems many of us encounter in our dealings with others are often due to the style of communication - the way we say things - rather than what we are saying, and that style is down to our personality type. There are many personality and style type indicators available - the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, The Kolbe Index, and the Keirsey Temperament Sorter to name a few, but to keep this simple, Fiona groups people into three main communication style colours; Red, Green and Blue. Read more...

Donna Heath: Astrologer & Educator

Donna Heath: Astrologer & Educator

07/18/2009  |  No Comments

"What you are looking for is what is looking..." Donna Heath combines Evolutionary Astrology, counseling and Kriya yoga... Read more...

The Joy of Receiving

The Joy of Receiving

06/19/2009  |  No Comments

As is normal here, the whole event was wonderfully chaotic - as parents, we filed dutifully into a beautiful new classroom, where the chairs were laid out in neat, straight rows, inviting us to sit down in some sort of orderly fashion. There was a brief attempt at this by some of us, but when the children filed in to take their places on benches at the front, the overpowering need to digitally capture some special moments of the event took hold and we all took our places at the side of the room, jostling for our turns at the front of the pack clutching our various grades of cameras, videos and pdas. Read more...

To Juan… With Deepest Gratitude

To Juan… With Deepest Gratitude

06/04/2009  |  1 Comment

For loving them. For being there for them while you could be. You made a difference. Gracias. Read more...

Stop Making Sense… Suicide and Six Year Olds

Stop Making Sense… Suicide and Six Year Olds

06/03/2009  |  No Comments

Three weeks ago, I took a birthday cake into school to celebrate Hal’s birthday. Juan was a star – he’d made a birthday crown for Hal and his classmate, Yedra, who was also celebrating her birthday. We sang happy birthday in Spanish and English for both of them and they got to blow out candles –double cake all round! It was lovely. Juan ran the party in such a way that all the kids got cake, juice, party balloons and had fun in the class, then got to run it all off outside in the patio straight afterwards. As we were clearing up, he mentioned that in September Hal will be going up to the ‘primera’ – the first class in the big school, rather than infantil. I asked him what he would do then and he shrugged, smiled and said – be here, of course, teaching the little ones – it’s what I do! He seemed fine and to be genuinely enjoying himself. And when I picked Hal up from school later that day, Juan had collated all the birthday pictures the other kids had drawn for him into a little book. It was a wonderfully thoughtful memento to give a child of their key milestones in their childhood… Read more...

5 Explanations Why you should Give More of What You Want More of…

04/28/2009  |  1 Comment

Thanks to Brian and his team at Philosopher's Notes for these great books full of inspirations. Get your Wisdom On! You... Read more...

It’s Not Funny, Is It?

It’s Not Funny, Is It?

04/03/2009  |  No Comments

laughter in my book just happens – and a lot, all day, every day– it’s not something that I’ve ever analysed or questioned before. I’ve always assumed that the world is a much happier and brighter place with more laughter in it... Read more...

How Many Snakes Can You Handle?

How Many Snakes Can You Handle?

03/21/2009  |  3 Comments

As the gap became wider, their attitudes towards playing changed dramatically - TheO realised he was way behind and started complaining that it wasn’t fair – he got cross and not surprisingly, started trying to cheat to catch up; while Hal, spurred on by his apparent success suddenly changed gear and really started playing to win. Read more...

The Magic of Thinking Big (or 3)

03/13/2009  |  2 Comments

Of course, he gets himself into trouble quite a bit, but in general his spirit and energy make him a joy to be around. And, as his mother, who also happens to be a coach who spends most of her day helping adults get over their own limiting beliefs, if there's one thing I want to encourage and nurture and see truly flourish in him, it's this wonderful fearless attitude. David J. Schwartz, in the 1959 book of the same name, describes it as 'The Magic of Thinking Big' Read more...