Contemplating stillness in a busy world
There's no doubt about it; breath-focussed practices like pranayama can be 'just the thing' to bring us back to a quieter sense of self when we've been rushing all day, all week...all year. In clinic, I often suggest pranayama or the breathing practices you can find in many meditation apps. This week, Adriene Mishler shared... Continue Reading →
I love that meandering on the interwebs may lead us to unexpected and delightful things. Yesterday was one of those happy occasions. This danmala is for you. It was created by Kathy Klein Visit her site, see her gallery. Allowing the eye and mind to alight upon natural beauty is a kind of therapy in itself,... Continue Reading →
Brisbane acupuncturist Margi Macdonald thinks that Jon Kabat-Zinn's definition of healing is beautifully explained here.
Here's why... I tree-changed out of the inner city, and now more than ever before, notice the seasons and the light, and more stars in the night-sky and native birds in the trees. I have trouble dragging myself back into the city. I decided to live without a telly, a tumble dryer and a dishwasher... Continue Reading →
Late 2010 – early 2011 A 21st century multi-media, interactive, self-paced course of ancient wisdom and sensory cultivation will be available by subscription. This is a very special project, possibly one of the first of its kind, and I’m developing it now. This course is for you if: You're interested in truly knowing your own... Continue Reading →