Something small.

Take some time, even just 10 or 15 minutes, to go outside and sit on the ground crosslegged (anyway that feels comfortable to you as long as your back is straight). Whilst sitting there notice the mind begin to tell you some sort of story, don't try to change this just notice it happen. As... Continue Reading →

Taking time to be outside.

“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.” ― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations One of the most powerful and simple practises I've been implementing recently is taking an hour or longer to sit outside in the evenings. I feel this can be really powerful to clear my mind, relax and reset. I... Continue Reading →

Embracing your right nowness.

Felt like talking a little bit about lightheartedness. When we're committed to stuff in life, whatever it may be we naturally develop ways of making that stuff manifest, maybe you're something of a hard worker and you believe that with enough hard work you can grasp the world in your hands. Maybe you take a... Continue Reading →

Time for a change (2 week update)

“It’s only after you’ve stepped outside your comfort zone that you begin to change, grow, and transform.” ― Roy T. Bennett So, 2 weeks ago I posted a little something titled Time for a change. In the post I talked a little bit about how I feel like I'm beginning to head in the right direction overall... Continue Reading →

Swimming in an ocean of nothingness.

“Sometimes happiness comes not from what happens but from what doesn’t.” ― Khang Kijarro Nguyen Today after my shift at Beyond rest floatation I decided to have a float, I hadn't submerged myself in one of the salty spaceships for a few weeks so I thought why not? Beforehand my friend who I was working with gave... Continue Reading →

Paint on the canvas.

“Life is the dancer and you are the dance.” ― Eckhart Tolle If we pay close attention at any given time, any given circumstance there is existence before thought. Imagine if your thoughts were like paint, endless splashes of paint thrown one after, a massive and impressive dance of colours constantly intermingling, merging and moulding together to... Continue Reading →

The power of a stroll.

“Now shall I walk or shall I ride?'Ride,' Pleasure said;'Walk,' Joy replied.” ― William Henry Davies I want to share what I consider to be one of the more powerful habits that I've picked up along my journey. When I was younger I would often find that it was pretty easy for me to get stressed out... Continue Reading →

Deep love in shallow water.

“The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” ― C.G. Jung Yesterday I did some floatation and decided to try something a little different than a meditation technique or just observation, recently ive been playing around with self love/self acceptance practises and have been finding them really helpful for gaining better insight and acceptance over some... Continue Reading →

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