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Words Saved Me

Messages tend to fly into my awareness at any time of the day but especially when I go walking with my Scottie dog, Charlie. They come in thick and fast, pouring from my soul and into my presence. I love them, adore their tone and comforting reminders on being human. I feel so grateful when

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I Had It All the Time by Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen is a new author to me and I Had it All the Time left me light as a feather. As soon as I finished it, I wanted to read it all over again. I have found many ‘spiritual’ or personal development books from the 90’s to be of incredible worth. This one was

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Doubt

Doubt is a strong word and one many of us face daily. Doubt in yourself, in magic, in possibility or even in the human race. Doubt can lead to a huge amount of conflict and suffering. The word popped up in my mind when I was meditating. I was having a wild idea that the

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Synchronicity & Coasters

Synchronicity is one of those words that ignites my inner spirit and soul. Why? Because it shows there is so much happening behind the materialistic scenes we experience daily and that there is so much out there that favors you and your journey. Last night we were out in El Born, the heart of Barcelona,

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Raw with Words

“As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live.” – Goethe My daily challenge is seeing the good, seeing the best in any situation and accepting the moment for what it is, especially in myself… My greatest suffering is seeing through a filter of ‘lack’ and wishing I were different. In my

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My Vipassana Meditation Experience & The Art of Living

Here I am going to talk about: My 10 day Vipassana Meditation Course A book review: The Art of Living: Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka by William Hart   My Vipassana Meditation Experience Since 2007 when I was told anti-depressants would be a must for the rest of my life, I have been

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Quote by Andre Gide & Discovery

One doesn’t discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time. – Andre Gide This quote fills me with happiness because it’s a gentle reminder of what taking a risk can bring. If we were born to stay put in our place of birth, what would the world

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Internal Vs External Image – Which is Real?

I had a thought, as I do, about image, identity and especially around the subject of this playing a role in my daily attitude to life or living. When I look in the mirror, the person I see is not who I think I am. When I was heavily depressed I remember often looking in

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