Perhaps for many of you, discussing back to basics in the first snippet would have been more useful. But thats what you think! As your practice progresses on further, you will find that bringing yourself back to basics is always necessary, so if you begin this way you'll continue forwards knowing that you are never … Continue reading meditation snippets no.2 – Back to basics.
Four years ago I was working for Network Rail as a telecommunications engineer. I worked for them for 6 years. Everyday i'd go to work and complete the same boring mundane tasks over and over again, thinking that that was my calling in life. It was secure, paid great money and I wasn't "smart" enough … Continue reading Peter Lilly
See your glass.
From an early age we are told that there are two types of people in this world. Those who see their glass as half full and those who see it as half empty. Many of us strive to be the person who sees their glass as half full. We want to be a positive person. … Continue reading See your glass.
The forest is as invigorating as the mountains empowering. But to be with the ocean, is the greatest healer. To sit and watch the dance of the sea; deep, elemental and free. Is it the breathtaking openness? Or the awe of the boundless power. The yawn of the ocean as it opens its mouth to … Continue reading Laura Karimloo
Experiencing extended sadness is new to me. I’m normally optimistic and easy-going. right now though, grief has wrapped its numb, dull body around me. This collection of images are an attempt at communicating how grief feels. The photos are taken between 2015 – 2017, between Berlin, Portugal and Italy. There is a layer between my … Continue reading Georgia Ginnivan
'Selfish', 'self-absorbed', 'narcisistic' and 'ego driven'; often the responses or feelings highlighted towards the concept of self-love. For many of us self-love is a distant and unimaginable notion, with societies general view on it being a little skewed/completely and utterly wrong. You're not the best person in the world and you certainly aren't better than … Continue reading Love Thyself.
The Language Farm
From April to October I would find myself away from the stressors of the modern world, immersed in a place of which nothing else outside it existed. In the heart of Germany a little country of its own has been formed, where the English language is preferred, fires keep you warm at night and technology … Continue reading The Language Farm
- Yvie Ratzmann
The human being is fundamentally alone, he can not escape this truth. We try to flee this thought by building relationships with other human beings, we disappear within the other to distract us from ourselves. But our solitude is unavoidable and when that relationship falls apart, we fall apart. The fatality of death and loneliness … Continue reading FRAGMENTS
Cuteness comes at a cost..
With a quarter of dogs owned in the UK now being classed as ‘Brachycephalic’ (short-faced), vets around the UK are more than ever, being faced by a rising problem – helping dogs to breath. I have been a qualified veterinary surgeon for just over 7 months and have already been bombarded with the problems these … Continue reading Cuteness comes at a cost..