Last week I facilitated a beautiful Art of Connection weekend and one of the things that came up strongly, and that I love working with, is: setting a clear context. A clear context is an important part of what makes Circling into such a powerful relational practice, and it also is a powerful practice in day-to-day […]
If you are in any way sensitive like me, you will know – and have felt – that these are intense times. I cannot even remember when there were not intense times. Listen to intuitives, check astrology forecasts or just look at the world stage: things are moving fast and not subtly.
I want to share with you a practice and a way of being that has really lit up my life recently and has given me so much: Really, fully and truly receiving Fully receiving all the gifts that come my way has been a doorway to magic in my life. It has been a true practice […]
As I have been diving into blogging, I have loved exploring the subtleties of relating authentically to myself and to the people in my world. And yet, I woke up a few days ago and realised I had never shared some of the gems that lie at the heart of authentic relating! In other words; the basic […]
This blog is about a recurrent theme in my life, a continuous practice, and one that only this week proved it’s value, yet again. Owning my anger Or in other words: taking responsibility for my anger. Anger has never been an emotion I feel comfortable with. And yet I used to be angry a lot. Learning to accept, […]
Or, in other words: how I opened a door in myself I really wanted to keep closed up until then. Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants […]
Follow your curiosity. What happens in you when you read that sentence? Is there excitement? Hesitancy? Confusion? Anxiety? Something totally different? For me, that statement holds both a feeling of excitement, a hint of unchartered territory, and a sense of stepping over a line, slightly uncomfortable and a bit scared. And yet, from all the things I […]