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Comfort Zones

April 19th, 2013
5 rhythms

Comfort zones are an interesting one – in January of this year I decided to try something new and started a 5 Rhythms class. This is definitely a good way to experience discomfort and push through it! I remember the first class – I spent the first 15 minutes “warming up” extensively before starting to get into the swing of it; not long after I was lost in the experience. What is 5 Rhythms? It is a meditation through movement that involves five distinct phases



April 18th, 2013

We are all aware of the bombing in Boston a few days ago. The images and stories brought back memories for many people of similar attacks in other cities: New York; London; Madrid; Paris. And all the other countries where these sorts of event are far more common – Pakistan; Afghanistan; Iraq to mention the most obvious. There is a very interesting phenomenon appearing now in the coverage of the Boston event and that is a more overt discussion of “false flags”. This is the


Writers Everywhere!

April 17th, 2013

It seems like everyone I know is writing a book – my partner is writing a book (celebrity fiction), I am writing a blog and a book (spiritual / energy stuff – v worthy!), my father is dusting off his research notes to start work on a book (smutty history), and just this morning I bumped into my neighbour who is writing a book on social trends. A few of us have taken some big risks to pursue writing – one has given up his


Mind Food

April 16th, 2013
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We are all aware of the “eat right” message that the media and the health industries pump out: there are good foods and bad foods; good diets and bad diets; super-foods and Franken-burgers (aka Horse-burgers). But what about the food that we shovel into our minds every day? I read an article in the Guardian the other day about how the news has no beneficial effect on human-beings; in fact the news increases levels of stress and anxiety. So what information are we feeding on


What is Spiritual Intelligence?

January 31st, 2013

There is a new term doing the rounds of management speak – back in the day, we had regular intelligence, which we all know as reason and rational thought. Then along came emotional intelligence in the 1980s which measured our ability to understand and relate to others emotionally. Now the new kid on the block is spiritual intelligence, or “SQ” for the purpose of management training programs. What’s it all about? On Tuesday 29th January 2013 I attended a lecture for the Alumni of Henley

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