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8 ways chanting creates clearer thinking, calm and focus

Practical Tips For Overwhelmed Mums. 8 ways chanting reduces mum overwhelm Continue reading 8 ways chanting creates clearer thinking, calm and focus

8 Ways To Ease Grief – The Book of 8

8 Ways to Ease Grief for the Book of 8. My father passed away in April 2019 , my business partner in December 2017 and my best friend in 1988. These are techniques I use to ease the pain. Continue reading 8 Ways To Ease Grief – The Book of 8

Distrackted

A Random DiaBlog How Often Do you Notice you are Dis-Trackted? Our path in life is not always clear, actually it’s pretty unclear for most of us. For those of you who have worked out your main route (congratulations), you might notice though how often you get side-tracked, dis-track–ted, or even lost, but that’s all just perfectly how it’s meant to be.   Sometimes, it maybe just a little tiring not feeling on track,  it might be like being pulled in different directions and even trodden on. When we do slow down and take time out, how easy do you … Continue reading Distrackted

The Possibility of Courage

Take 2 Did you know that simply sitting for 2 minutes each morning and exploring a  a little quiet time to check in with you can make a big difference to your day.  You may enjoy meditation, journalling,  listening, chantingc  whatever works,  go with your flow, nobody is watching. 🙃 During this time maybe set an intention for how you would like to BE today in the busyness of your day. I enjoy creating a word of the day and today, it is ‘courage’.   It’s None Of My Business There’s something on my mind and I’m going to say … Continue reading The Possibility of Courage

Solving World Problems One Mum at At Time : A Family Visit to Kagyu Samye Ling Monastery

A family trip the Kagyu Samye Ling Monastery in Scotland Continue reading Solving World Problems One Mum at At Time : A Family Visit to Kagyu Samye Ling Monastery

Walk Slowly – Random Notes of Wisdom

In 2014 whilst trekking in the Usembero Mountains in Tanzania, I decided I’d like to explore meditation more, so I said out loud: ‘Dear Universe, I’d like to find a meditation mentor please.’  The next morning I was up really early to go on a dawn chorus/bird spotting walk, in these stunning mountains. I got chatting to  a lady called Elizabeth from Belize who I’d had a few conversations with back at the huts, and found out she was a Yoga and Meditation teacher. She truly was. She embodied all that was beautiful, peaceful, and kind about the practices and … Continue reading Walk Slowly – Random Notes of Wisdom