I suggested it, you wanted it and now you're gonna get it! Except for the people who didn't vote on my online poll and are in no way responsible for Audrey's new 'monthly faves' feature... and will also have no idea what I'm talking about. Anyways, here's my loves of September: TV Show: 'Babylon Berlin' I can't remember how I came across… Continue reading Loves of September
It's funny how, sometimes, everything seems to support a certain thing. Despite being really busy lately, so much that I've read or come across has led me to contemplate a particular question (and one I first verbalised at nine months old): 'Why?' 'Why' is a question that constantly bounces amongst my brain cells. I have an insatiable… Continue reading Why?
I've been working on a post about Nadis and Chakras, the body's energy centres. Today I can't bring myself to write any more about it - it's like poking an open wound. At the weekend I went to physio for my hip. To put it briefly, the muscles that should support my hips in their sockets… Continue reading Broken Safety Nets
I think about letting go a lot. Sometimes it's hard to tell when to let go and when to hold on. 'Let go' is something I hear a lot. Releasing that which no longer serves. Letting go of the things that we are better off without. Negativity, tension, stress, anxiety, worry... the list goes on… Continue reading Let go
I love the line, 'Second star to the right and straight on 'til morning', in Peter Pan. But maybe the question isn't 'Where's my North Star?' but, 'Will I follow it?'. I've been reading The Chimp Paradox by Professor Steve Peters. It's an amazing book and I genuinely believe it will be incredibly helpful - if not… Continue reading ‘Second star to the right and straight on ’til morning.’
The response to last week's blog post has encouraged me to write a post I've always wanted to write. It's about a true love of mine - darkness. Last week someone noted how things can't always be rainbows and butterflies. Not only is this true, but it's wonderful. Life is confusing, arduous, painful... but this… Continue reading Dwelling in Darkness
Is anyone else as fascinated by the four elements as I am? The way that human characteristics can mirror certain aspects of them? The way that we can be inspired by them? I've arrived at the element I find most inspiring: Air. It's funny, but I noticed that my post about Earth seems quite grounded. In… Continue reading The Element Of Air