I already can’t remember how bad it was, I can’t remember the day-to-day details, but the headlines that drift into my consciousness tell me enough: duvet days turned into duvet months then duvet years; shoes collected dust and slippers wore … Continue reading
I keep thinking I’ll be well enough to write soon, but eighteen months has passed and soon has not arrived. When I was last here, I mentioned that bitch payback had showed up. Well, she had much bigger plans than … Continue reading
You know those warnings you get before certain TV programmes?: ‘This show contains scenes that some viewers may find disturbing?’ Well, I feel I should start this post with a warning. Not that what you’re about to read is of a violent nature, or sexually graphic, but more that I am in danger of drifting into areas which may initiate the eye roll manoeuvre. So, be warned: ‘You are now entering a zone where words such as journey, spiritual, and awakening may be used, words which some readers may find nauseating.’ I understand if you need to step away – immediately.
You see, there is an unexpected, and rather pleasant, twist to my current situation. If I was to use words without feeling self-conscious, I would say I am on a spiritual path (I did warn you), but to say that makes my own eyes roll, let alone yours. When Continue reading
Today I am delighted to share with you a guest post from Dr Lesley Phillips on meditation. Dr Phillips is a speaker, author, workshop leader, meditation teacher, healer and clairvoyant reader.
Well, I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t mind some superpowers, so I’m very intrigued to see where this article takes us… Over to you, Lesley. Continue reading
As I open the curtains and patio doors, the sunlight floods into the apartment. The only noise is the sound of the birds chatting away and me going about my morning routine. I find the quiet comforting and my morning rituals meditative. I am not ready to let in noise, and as I sit down to savour my fresh coffee, I am happy to spend time alone with my thoughts about the day ahead.
But fast forward to the end of the day and I don’t find silence as comforting. I am not one of those people who falls asleep as soon as Continue reading