The Call of the Soul

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I find myself sitting at the airport awaiting the journey to the Himalayas and wonder what she will have in store. Over the past week I have noticed an intensity arise during meditation. Each day, the eyes close and the awareness is immediately drawn inwards without distraction. “I” have done nothing to invite this intensity or feeling and part of…

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Perception Now.

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Many factors define performance and yet perception is perhaps the master key. Human experience is a cocktail of thought, feeling and action and our level of perception correlates with our access to the now. The best baseball players decide where the ball will go before the ball leaves the pitchers glove. The best footballers know which way the goalkeeper will…

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Drink From the River of Silence.

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Moya Howard was an inspirational woman. She was a female entrepreneur long before this was within the realms of possibilities. She single handedly raised £60k for charity after her retirement.  She looked straight into the face of suffering many times and managed to laugh. She was also my Gran and following her last exhalation on this Earth recently I have…

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Taming the Monkey Mind for Life.

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Working with an International footballer many years ago, the subject of the present moment came up. I had encouraged him to be fully present and he had no idea what this really meant practically. I encouraged him to become more curious about his moment-to-moment experience. Notice thoughts as they drift through the mind and notice the body. The body is…

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Looking for Bliss Without Eyes

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Sitting on the tube this week, I became curious about the nature of the way I was ‘seeing’ the world. My eye was drawn to specific colours, movements and people. I became aware that the mind was following the eye. I was looking for something to focus and the mind orchestrated this process in a mechanical way. I was simply…

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