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Living in a River of Constant Change

If there’s one thing that is sure, it is that we live in a world of constant change. The person that gets up in the morning is not the same as the one that jumps into bed at the end of an active day. And the same is true of every other aspect of our lives. The endless cycle of seasons, the constant wheel of days and nights, the mesmerising dance of sun and moon rising and setting plays out … Continue reading

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Harv Eker, Trust and Letting Go

This past week I’ve been reading a book that’s been lying on the shelf for a while. It’s Harv Eker’s ‘Secrets of the Millionaire Mind‘. And he tells a story in the introduction which I really loved and decided to talk to you in a video about: I keep getting reminded of the need to have the grace to accept the help that comes when I ask for it. It’s so easy to put out the request for support and … Continue reading

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Learning to Step Back and Let Others Live Their Lives

Isn’t it strange? A couple of days ago I set intention to start focussing on how I can remove the boundaries between my private life and what I share in public. Then I experienced the rioting here in Bristol the very next night and wrote about fear and safety. And today something new has emerged… Pete, my eldest son, has arrived back from Australia well ahead of schedule. He had been communicating with me a lot and sharing his journey … Continue reading

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