Tag Archives: resilience

Falling Deeper

October 17, 2014

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I am on a sleek, white boat moving silently on the emerald green waters of a beautiful bay between rocky cliffs. Four other traveling companions are with me to guide my journey. The eldest, a crone dressed in deep blue with silver hair and clear eyes is leading us all. The boat moves quickly and […]

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Bridges & Fires

December 31, 2013

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Well, what  a ride this year has been… As I typed the title in the banner it occurred to me that for the past seven years I have been living in a town full of bridges, including the one in its name, and it then just felt clear to me that this year has been, […]

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‘Filomena balla…’

June 13, 2013

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I have wished to write this post in Italian first, in honour of its theme and my roots. If you would like to read it in English, please scroll all the way down where I have added a translated version.    Ho un rispetto immenso per la tradizione, quando questa non comporta l’oppressione della dignita’ […]

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Nomads & The Evicted ‘Teacher’

October 3, 2011

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Lately there have been more news from the world about nomadic populations being evicted, oppressed, scape-goated, used as human shields in conflicted territories. This has struck a chord with me as just in these past weeks, I have been shown some beautiful teachings by a nomadic tribe I crossed paths with, in an unexpected way, […]

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WHAT IS FLOW Anyway?

September 11, 2010

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…All this musing, speculating, workshop-ing and dreaming, and I have never quite stopped to write about what I mean by ‘flow’! Intersting, isn’t it? ‘Flow’ – in the way I use and intend this idea – is a quality of experience, which can be compared to the fluidity of water, moving with, along, through, above, […]

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