Monthly Archives: May 2014

Maya Angelou

  Maya Angelou    April 4th 1928 - May 28th 2014   Deeply saddened to have heard that Maya Angelou has died. She has been an inspiration to me and many others for a long time. I have used her wise words in my teachings for many years and suggest that you look at the Continue Reading...

Bee yourself!

  We wanted to share this beautiful shot of a bee, taken by our good friend Rosey Moore just a few days ago. Just lovely; a sign of a wonderful Summer to follow.....we hope! Thanks, Rosey!...

The Star Thrower

The Star Thrower There's a story I would like to share with you. It was inspired by the writing of Loren Eiseley. Loren was a very special person because he combined the best of two cultures. He was a scientist and a poet. From those two perspectives, he wrote insightfully and beautifully about the world Continue Reading...

Wearing Names

One night last week, while I was demonstrating in a theatre, it was a complete night of names, both of those in Spirit and their relatives left behind. More interestingly for me was how I was able to receive those names. I’m quite used to hearing and feeling names but that night something happened that Continue Reading...

Garden of Cosmic Speculation

A colleague recently went to a spectacular garden in the Scottish Borders. It’s called the Garden of Cosmic Speculation and sadly only opens 1 day of the year.  Covering thirty acres, the garden uses innovative landscape design to celebrate nature, both intellectually and through the senses, including the sense of humour.  A water cascade of Continue Reading...

Someone to watch over me

I thought you may be interested to see this image given to me by one of the students on the course in Phoenix, Arizona. He had taken this image on his mobile phone while visiting his Mother. His father had passed a few weeks before. What appeared on the phone and what the Son (my Continue Reading...

I wish you ‘Enough!’

 Recently I overheard a Father and daughter in their last moments together at the airport. They had announced the departure.   Standing near the security gate, they hugged and the Father said, 'I love you, and I wish you enough.'   The daughter replied, 'Dad, our life together has been more than enough. Your love Continue Reading...