“I used to believe that prayer changes things, but now I know that prayer changes us and we change things.” Mother Theresa Prayer is a controversial word in some camps. Simply because it suggests religion. Or because it suggests that the divine is outside of you, and that you need to speak in a
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Category: On Living
I’m not big on the push-through-your-fear discourse. For most of us, trying to power our way through fear does more harm than good. It’s very simple, really. Fear makes us freeze up, physically, emotionally and certainly creatively. We tighten. And when we tighten, flow is restricted. And we don’t ever want to restrict flow.
I was interviewed by my darling friend and fellow creative doer, Michelle McCartan, for her Wise Women series, and it was one of those good talks, where truths are told and wisdom flows. We talked about so many important things – the path from self hatred to self love, the challenges of being an introvert
Image: Amy Judd I was going to speak to angels. I had never been much interested in that particular branch of the spiritual path – the esoteric, the crystals, the angels and the tarot decks. But something was calling me and I tentatively signed up for Amy Oscar’s Soul Caller Circle. I knew I had
Lack of time is the number one reason why people don’t go for their dreams. So many of the things we say we want doesn’t happen because we don’t have time. So much of the pressure we feel is due to a sense of not having enough time, of time slipping through our fingers,
I had a crappy day yesterday, workwise. I worked for six hours and produced a few pages of text that I could not use and a bunch of ideas that I scrapped. Maybe I managed to answer an email or two, but that was about it. Those days are incredibly challenging for me. For
I am one of the tree people At my core, solid oak Sky and Earth meet in me My roots go deep but don’t keep me from reaching As I grow I stretch the very boundaries of this world Something breaks, when the wind rattles I never mind Something new grows instead Things always
Asking for help is opening the door for love I don’t like asking for help. Who does? It brings out all those uncomfortable feelings of vulnerability, loss of independence, of being a burden. It requires a level of honesty and trust I have not mastered before. Haven’t yet, truth to be told. But I’m getting
- In search of a simpler life
- Why I ditched a beautiful career
- To Love’s defence – A letter to my racist friend
- Why I write about sexual violence on a blog about creativity
- If you need permission to rest
- Confessions of an unprofitable human being
- How to burn a little brighter. Or, the end of a favourite myth
- The power of words – a letter from the Psych Ward