Tuesday Calm

It’s a calm day, the water flows, as ever, algae, some rubbish, life and what we do with it, is flowing by. The clouds reflected, people waking up…

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Moving House: Emotions

I’ve written the following article for an Australian removal company’s website, I was their guestblogger:

Saying goodbye and moving on, that’s my motto of these days. I can’t say that the whole process is an easy one. Moving house means that every drawer, crate, room, cupboard needs to be scrutanised: what can stay? What needs to go?

My husband and I have been going through our house like that for the last three weeks. We’re moving mid June, it’s now the 30th of March. We have some leeway! And that is neccesary. When dealing with loved but forgotten items it takes time to recollect the memory, hold the item in your hand, go through feelings and then the big decision is there: with or without us.

I’ve been an artist for over 20 years, I’ve thrown away my art (my children were […]

Love-able Environs

It feels as if there is a change happening in my world. Would love to write here: Our World, but I can’t speak for others. If you agree with me, please let me know in the comments section below.

I feel that the ‘good’ is getting stronger, it feels that a surge of Love Warriors (how can I say that differently without using a war-like term?) is standing up and make very sure that they are counted.

As many of you know, I’m travelling through the United States teaching at two events. One was the Labyrinth Society’s annual gathering in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and the other is coming up tomorrow, at the Fellowships of the Spirit in Lilydale, New York.

I’ve been in situations – multiple flights, train rides, airports, taxi sharing rides – where fellow travellers and I shared small spaces. […]

The Man with the Hat

Broad-rimmed, dark, was his hat, his cloak reaching the ground, many folds. He suddenly walked alongside me, and very naturally being pulled towards him, my left arm was resting on his, half stretched out. We walked on a muddy path in the forest, it was very busy. I felt so supported,  there was a wisdom and sweetness in his presence that felt not of this world.

On our path through the forest we encountered people looking for an untethered lost horse. They found it quickly. There, it was standing near a copse of trees. We walked along and I saw a farmer shouting to his fair-haired toddler. The child was crying intensely. I shouted to the man not to shout to his child.

The man with the hat and I walked on. The man with the hat was not longer with […]