Love is the Centre of Being

It’s the truth. Love is the centre of being. Not everyone believes that to be true for them. Nevertheless, it’s true for each and every one of us. I never knew it was true for me for a long time. I thought love came with a price tag. Was something […] Read more »

Life Loves Me

Life loves me.  That’s quite a statement to take on board isn’t it?  And yet, it’s true for each and everyone of us.  The hard part is believing it’s true for you. Listening to Robert Holden and Michael Neill at the wonderful ‘Psycology of Miracles: Learning to Thrive in Uncertain […] Read more »

Surrender versus Control

Light bulb moment – I don’t know how to surrender.  It’s quite a shock as I believed that I was quite good at surrendering.  Turns out I was wrong.  My Inner Controller has had the upper hand all along. Away from home and helping out with my grandchildren my Internet connection […] Read more »

Low v High Quality of Mind

The Sunday Express is campaigning for mental health issues to be brought out into the open, to ‘a point where people can talk about their mental health as easily as they do with their physical health’.    It’s a huge issue that affects many families across the UK, but it’s generally […] Read more »

The ‘inside-out’ vs ‘outside-in’ paradox

At last the Christmas decorations have been taken down and put away.  The mince pies, chocolates and anything edible related to the festive season has been eaten! It’s a new year which always feels like a new start.  How strange when the actual time is spent fending off the results of over […] Read more »

Truth shifting

When I log into the admin side of this site one of my first tasks is to go to the spam filter.  There’s a whole industry out there planting comments onto any blog the spammers can reach.  It usually by people who want to sell something on the Internet and make […] Read more »

What you thinking?

‘Would you like a magazine?’ I overheard the hairdresser ask her client.  ‘No thanks.  I’m fine’ was the reply as I glanced to see who was sitting next to me. What I saw was someone who proceeded to get her iphone out to amuse herself instead.  Why not?  These days […] Read more »

Treading on eggshells

Wanting to do the right thing can mean an awful lot of treading on eggshells.  And yet, why should that happen?  Once recent example that comes to mind is a friends trip to visit her sister at her holiday home in Italy. Brenda had been counting the days to see […] Read more »

The wrong focus

Oh my god I can see clearly where I have been putting my focus and to my surprise it’s not where I imagined it to be. Where is it?  It’s in all the places where I haven’t quite succeeded reaching or places I never got to.  For instance last May […] Read more »

Great quote

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your […] Read more »