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Change Is Always Possible

What a Wonderful World.

I have the very good fortune to have a lovely conservatory and this is where I sat to practice meditation this morning. The sound of the birds tweeting helped call me back to my breath. Our minds love to wander and it is useful to have something to help us return to the here and

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Change Is Always Possible

Middle of the Night Mind Bending

I love Tara Brach. She has been a companion of mine for the last 5 years or so, though she doesn’t know it. I started listening to her when we were away sailing and while I was recovering from CFS/ME. I used to lie down in my little cabin and listen to podcasts of her

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Lessons From A Tree, Part 3 – Tree Mindfulness

Tree Mindfulness That little birch tree (Lessons From A Tree – Part 2), taught me such a lot as I sat in my chair wondering if I would ever get outside again. Intellectually I understand much of what she has to say but emotionally I often take a while to catch up. Nonetheless there is solace

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Create some space

Create Some Space

“Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space lies our freedom and power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom.” Victor Frankl At one time I never even knew there was a space.  I moved seamlessly from stimulus to response with not even a hint that there might

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