Smiling In Britain there is a tradition of smiling as a way of covering negative feelings. Perhaps it’s been influenced by the saying ‘Smile and the world smiles with you. Cry and you cry alone’. When he was a young boy, if my husband was... Read More
Society has a big investment in busy-ness. At networking meetings, one of the first questions is ‘Are you keeping busy?’ Presumably, because if you aren’t you’re probably not making much money and therefore could be deemed a failure. ... Read More
Garden Meditation Journey - 6 July 2016One of the key questions I get asked by clients before I teach them to meditate is: 'Does meditation mean having a blank mind because if it does, I won't be able to do it because my mind never... Read More
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