Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning

Do you feel wiser now than perhaps you did about 5, 10 or 20 years ago?  Do you have more knowledge, wisdom, understanding and experience now? I expect you said yes!  As we go through life we can’t but help learn from our experiences or even others’ situations.  I...
Letting Go

Letting Go

In this fast paced world of immediate results and targets it can be a challenge to let go of what we want and desire.  Do you remember SMART goals?  This is a mnemonic acronym to help set out goals that can be achieved, in other words the goals were Specific,...
Habits or Rituals?

Habits or Rituals?

I expect without thinking you get up washed and dressed in the same way each day.  You possibly eat the same breakfast each day, sit in the same chair to eat and watch the same programmes. These habits or routines are great in allowing us to do them automatically so...
Trees – A Personal Connection

Trees – A Personal Connection

Trees have been on this planet before humans evolved and since then they have been crucial to our continuing existence. This blog is my way of expressing gratitude and deep thanks for their beauty, grace, support and power that we have all come to depend upon and...
Togetherness

Togetherness

Togetherness over the past few years has been a mixed bag of emotions.  At times, due to the pandemic, not being able to be physically together but possibly feeling a sense of togetherness as we all go through the tough times. Have we over the decades lost a sense of...
Winter Solstice – what can we learn?

Winter Solstice – what can we learn?

We have all heard of the winter solstice which this year was on 21 December 2020 and represented the shortest day of the year.  A day where daylight is shorter than any other time, but also a time when the sun rises and sets in the same place over 3 days. For us in...
The Panic Cycle

The Panic Cycle

Over the past few weeks I’ve been working with clients as individuals and in groups who can get caught up in a panic cycle.  I’m not referring to full blown panic attacks or a clinically diagnosed panic disorder but low grade panic/stress that really hampers progress....
Samhain – end of the Celtic Year

Samhain – end of the Celtic Year

Samhain is the time of year between the Autumn equinox and Winter solstice which is mainly seen in the Northern hemisphere as the month of Halloween. For our ancestors they saw this time of the year with death and darkness as essential to move into rebirth and...
Autumn Equinox

Autumn Equinox

As we head into autumn the energy starts to settle and quieten down as we start the preparation for the winter months.  We have the autumn equinox, in the Northern hemisphere in September, a time once again where day and night are of equal lengths.  We start to notice...