Lines for autumn


I’ve been waiting to share these delightful few lines from Gideon Heugh for a while. And now is the time. Enjoy the smile. LINES FOR AUTUMN Leaves make their golden turnunhurried,then in cooler airwaltz to the damp groundand in sweet-scented crowdmake happinessfor wellington boots. + Gideon Heugh, from Devastating Beauty, 2018

Beyond our mind – knowing with all our senses


Looking at the gorse flowers, can you smell their pungent coconut scent? Can you feel the damp mist on your hair and face? And what about the sound of the distant brook? Are you smiling? What does it remind you of? And where does it take you in your imagination? I wonder, what do you … Read more

Cultivating our capacity for exploration


Yesterday, in my post On exploring our unique resonance, I may have been a little too cryptic… The resonant note in the tunnel was the B below middle C. Yes, it was B, and I chuckled at the joke… To be requires yielding to a stillness deep inside. It’s the resting place before the doing … Read more