Uncharted Waters

When you no longer see the point to anything anymore, its a tough place to be, it feels like you are drowning. There’s that sinking feeling every day in the pit of your stomach, it means you feel you have lost your purpose, or a purpose that gave you a reason to keep going before.Continue reading “Uncharted Waters”

Two Simple Lessons

Two simple lessons – when we let fear be the governor of how we live, we create a prison of eternal suffering for ourselves and others. When we let love be the foundation of how we live, eternal love and joy overflows for ourselves and others. Dos lecciones simples: cuando dejamos que el miedo gobierneContinue reading “Two Simple Lessons”

First Steps to Trauma Recovery

Deep trauma and loss takes a few years to recover from, about 3 years of your life or more. There’s not much you can do to try and speed up the process. In a world where people demand instant results, this is not possible, you have to learn to be kind to yourself and nurtureContinue reading “First Steps to Trauma Recovery”

Losing Social Connection is an Emotional Trauma

  ”Man cannot live alone. He must satisfy certain natural basic needs in order to survive. He has to enter into relationships with his fellowmen for living a life. No man can break the shackles of mutual dependence. This begins perhaps between the embryo and the mother and continues till his last breath. The needContinue reading “Losing Social Connection is an Emotional Trauma”

Hamish Miller: The Development of Earth Energies and Healing

Hamish Miller, one of the major influences on my environmental and energy work over 22 years ago before when I set up an NGO, he founded Parallel Communities and Transition Towns, his vision was way before  Ubuntu,  and  Contributionism, or others that later followed. I was fortunate to have written to him and he  sharedContinue reading “Hamish Miller: The Development of Earth Energies and Healing”

Pet Bereavement

Some people may be surprised to read that losing a pet such as a dog or a cat or even a bird or a hamster, what ever the form of your furry companion, can put someone into a state of severe grief, just as devastating as if not more so than losing a person. ThisContinue reading “Pet Bereavement”

Smash the mirror

I am writing about a couple of observations this week in communication and observing other peoples dialogue with people (not with me directly) on popular social networks, It saddens me to see people who get stroppy, aggressive and defensive, when others do not agree with every single thing that they believe to be true. OfContinue reading “Smash the mirror”