Celebrating the Feminine

By | May 7th, 2011|Changing Habits, Environment, Film, Masculine/Feminine, Relationships, Uncategorized|

For many years the 'feminine' has not been celebrated.  In this moving film, Dear Woman, men talk about their desire to change that. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_uRIMUBnvw&feature=player_embedded Do let me know your thoughts. Speak soon ......

Our words shape our reality…..

By | April 14th, 2011|Anger, Changing Habits, Environment, Film, Habits, Peace|

Our words matter.  What we say has an impact not only on ourselves , but on everything around us. Our words can literally shape our reality. Watch this extraordinary film to see what I mean.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAvzsjcBtx8 Speak soon.....

What if the World ended in 2012?

By | March 1st, 2011|Being in the Now, Environment, Peace, Relationships|

If you knew that the World was going to end on December 21st 2012 what difference would that knowledge make to your life right now? It's easy to stumble along imagining that  'day in day out nothing much changes'  and take people and the planet for granted; but what if you were told that you, or someone you loved, was going to die tomorrow?  In that instant everything would change. I can only imagine that if everyone shared the belief that 2012 was the end of civilisation, people would start working together, after all what would be the point of a war, there'd be nothing to fight for? This is not about scaremongering or wanting anyone to panic, but really  to [...]


By | December 4th, 2010|Being in the Now, Environment|

My twelve year old daughter and I were playing in the snow yesterday,  and I was really struck by the beauty of snow, and how amazing snowflakes are.  I decided to google snowflakes and I came up with 3 interesting facts. 1. Every snowflake has it's own unique shape and is different than all other snowflakes. 2. The average snowflake falls at a speed of 3.1 miles per hour (5 kilometers). 3. The largest snowflakes ever recorded fell in the state of Montana in the United States of America.  The snowflakes were 15 inches in diameter. In Britain the subject of weather generally seems to feature high on peoples agendas.  The state of the weather can of course affect our choices, [...]

What will the next generation thank us for?

By | February 4th, 2010|Environment, Film, Relationships|

There is no doubt that we are where we are due to the efforts of past generations. I'm sure that if some of our ancestors were alive today they would be shocked at the way civilisation has changed. We have much to thank previous generations for, after all millions died so that we could be 'free': but what about the next generation, will they have much to thank us for? We don't have to 'suffer' in order to contribute to the next generation, on the contrary we can contribute by being joyful, peaceful and loving. There are lots of people who believe that they're separate from the rest of humanity, living in 'their own little world' but the reality is that [...]

We can all make a difference

By | January 22nd, 2010|Environment, Film, Relationships|

I received a film today from a dear friend of mine. 'You Are The Light Of The World' is  all about making a difference. It's really easy for us to forget that each one of us can make a difference. Even the smallest thing, like a smile, can change someone's day.  A kind word in times of crisis can even change a persons life. Remember that you can make a difference where ever you are and who ever you are with, right now! The film is less than 5 mins long, so when you have some time, do sit down, watch it and enjoy. http://www.lightmovie.com/ Speak soon ....

Be the Change

By | January 18th, 2010|Environment, Film|

For those of you who don’t know me, my passion in life is supporting people to either make the changes they want to make, or relate differently to the changes that are happening in their lives. Last weekend I went to a symposium called BetheChange. The symposium ‘takes a fresh look at our most critical current concerns – environmental sustainability, social justice and spiritual fulfillment – and explores and exposes what connects them.’ Although a lot of stuff I heard at the Symposium wasn’t new to me, the way in which it was presented was.  For the first time I was able to connect on an emotional level to what was being said, in a way that I never had before. [...]

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