Category: daily joy practice

Strawberry tree

A big tree like a mighty oak, one with a wide, embracing thick canopy, but instead of leaves on branches there hang big red ripe strawberries. They smell strong and juice looks about to burst out of them. I pull branches down and begin… Continue Reading “Strawberry tree”

2019 signature

We have a busy and wonderfully opportune year ahead. Action will be at the centre of it all and the element of Earth. Less spiritual and more ‘in life’ type of energy. More presence and being with what arises day by day. Involvement, participation,… Continue Reading “2019 signature”

Naked ‘truths’

No one thinks about you as half as you think they do (everyone is pre-occupied with working out their ways around life) Emotions are not the same as thoughts (emotions are more primal and instinctual, therefore more valuable in many respects) Life is not… Continue Reading “Naked ‘truths’”

The meaning of life is…

                        Some questions are easy to answer and other questions have no answer only an exploration of possibilities and improve abilities. What about a meaning of life? For many the answer will be… Continue Reading “The meaning of life is…”

Nature as the divine expression

Last night I found myself curiously led to researching something I had never resonated with but had tried to explore on several occasions and for a moment there I felt first paying attention, then being confused, followed by feeling lost and somewhat empty. Not… Continue Reading “Nature as the divine expression”

‘Noticing’ as a path to true living

When my child says something is beautiful be it a scenery, painting, a person’s face or an experience it goes right to my heart. It is a felt experience for me to hear and know that he’s noticed something that truly touched him. I… Continue Reading “‘Noticing’ as a path to true living”

Summer and patience

What is patience? It is allowing. When things are being as they are we stand in observance of what is. I find it deeply healing, humbling and liberating when there is no fight against what one thinks should be because there’s a discomfort present.… Continue Reading “Summer and patience”