Monthly Archives: July 2014

Eavesdropping

Travelling back from Edinburgh on the train yesterday, in the Quiet Coach, I started off annoyed at the loud voice of the student chatting so noisily on her mobile phone. But as I listened to what she was saying - how excited she was to land her first job, to get in to concerts for Continue Reading...

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre, Edinburgh

It has been a treat as always to work with James Van Praagh this week. We’ve been teaching and demonstrating at The Arthur Conan Doyle Centre in Edinburgh and I urge anybody within commuting distance to make an effort to get here. It’s wonderful for Scotland to have such a prestigious Spiritual Home.     Continue Reading...

Soul Midwives

I was flicking through the August edition of Soul and Spirit today (for which I write a regular column) when I came across an interesting article on the Soul Midwife movement. Soul Midwives provide holistic and spiritual companions to anyone at the end of life to ease the passing of the dying and to ensure Continue Reading...

Nelson Mandela

NELSON MANDELA Born 18th July 1918, died 5th December 2013 Nelson Mandela was one of the most influential men of our time who touched the hearts and souls of many, especially the oppressed and those fighting oppression. His life was an inspiration to everyone the world over; a man not afraid to stand up for Continue Reading...

Tears of Joy

    Tears of Joy For this single Mum the last few years had been hard – a messy divorce, several house moves, Asperger’s and ADHD diagnoses for her sons. Despite the hardships, Friday night ‘dinners’ are a tradition she keeps faithfully. On a Friday night out at  a local pizza restaurant her kids were loud and Continue Reading...