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What’s next?

Being totally engaged with the present moment is important to me. Whether it’s practising some very simple mindfulness or being in flow, I am more fulfilled when I’m not rushing ahead, whether that’s physically or mentally, to the next thing. … Continue reading

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One perfect moment

Picture this. It’s a beautiful blue sky, golden light day here in Venabu. It’s cold but we’re wrapped up warmly and moving fast so we’re pretty toasty. It’s quiet here on the forest trails and we’ve seen hardly anyone all … Continue reading

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Learning from strong landscapes

I mentioned in The path to learning that I’ve been reading ‘The Old Ways’ by Robert McFarlane. Another line that struck me was this: … we should ask of any strong landscape …’what do I know when I am in this … Continue reading

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In my element

Whilst walking along the Cornish coast last week, we noticed four or five seals basking on the beach below us. We must have inadvertently startled them and they set off towards the sea. They were so ungainly! They hitched themselves … Continue reading

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