Three simple and [almost] effortless ways to grow spiritually every day for budding Buddhas . . . 5

  Continuing on from part 4 . . . Your teacher, guru or your master knows you are not neurotic. Your teacher knows that all you have to do is sit . . . . meditate, sit in stillness or contemplation, practice with honesty and integrity and your Buddha nature will awaken – your Divine self…Read more Three simple and [almost] effortless ways to grow spiritually every day for budding Buddhas . . . 5

Three simple and [almost] effortless ways to grow spiritually every day for budding Buddhas . . . 4

  Continuing on from part 3 . . .  "You come to the teacher or Master on his or her ground: and they will allow you to have evolved a little more every time they see you."   Step two today:       Give up one weakness and grow one strength every day: You…Read more Three simple and [almost] effortless ways to grow spiritually every day for budding Buddhas . . . 4

Three simple and [almost] effortless ways to grow spiritually every day for budding Buddhas . . . 3

  Continuing on from part 2 . . . To become your own Master is your journey to maturity and freedom. So, 3 very simple ways to grow and evolve on a daily basis: step one today . . .         Read daily inspirations: Choose a source of inspiration that you can…Read more Three simple and [almost] effortless ways to grow spiritually every day for budding Buddhas . . . 3

How do I get my Flow flowing?

When we talk about “going with the flow” , we talk about “being in the moment” or about this feeling of somehow being in a natural state of grace. When your Flow seems to go, it can feel like a great big block in your life. . This is my inspiration for you: “We are…Read more How do I get my Flow flowing?

India Taught Us Forgiveness . . . here’s how.

Empowered by the then social unrest in India, and wishing to add something positive and supportive I taught a Youtube streamed Meditation class in February of 2016. I experienced that it was a very raw time. For me, as a teacher, I consider that India with her traditions, practices and teaching in an Ancient Eastern…Read more India Taught Us Forgiveness . . . here’s how.

Harmony In The Universe . . . How Does My Intention Help?

I'm revisiting a book I published 20 years ago, a wellness book for women, with a view to a re-write and a re-publish. It was such a positive book, and it's a pleasure to read to myself now how important my intentions were at that time. Here's an extract: “You have to know exactly where…Read more Harmony In The Universe . . . How Does My Intention Help?

Living Simply with Yoga and Balancing your Life

When I posted a former blog, Balancing Your Life by Living Simply with Yoga on my Speaking Tree India blog and had the most amazing responses asking for greater clarification of some of the steps to living simply the message was clear : simplify the teaching and elaborate on the writing. And I hope this…Read more Living Simply with Yoga and Balancing your Life

Silence and the Bodymind.

Modern living requires a ceaseless cacophony of traffic, cell phone rings, email bleeps, buzzers and blares. The noise pollution that fills our daily lives can be washed away with a regular practice which restores wellbeing by stepping away from the stimulation, and its resulting emotions of anger, fear and anxiety, and allowing the spirit to…Read more Silence and the Bodymind.

There are 2 Parts to Inner Harmony . . . Karma and Bliss

This is taken from my Satsang in my weekly Youtube meditation class, Class 20 Sacred Sound and Harmony, and it follows on from my Further Than Yoga blog Moving with the Universe . . . with Forgiveness . . . and what I said about the Divine experiencing Balance from all the opposing forces which…Read more There are 2 Parts to Inner Harmony . . . Karma and Bliss

Yoga’s Eternal Gifts . . . three receptive postures

I tell you a little in this blog, about the early community origins of yoga practices prior to an energy shift to a more masculine dominated practice. Being is a tricky concept for human beings. And the ancient Yogis knew that being human, incarnate in a human mindbody is difficult for the spirit, that part…Read more Yoga’s Eternal Gifts . . . three receptive postures