Sometimes You don’t know how warm it gets inside the cage between the ribs, frantic heatwaves. Not spreading around and not escaping out no shining, but just burning. The lust, the pain you don’t know to which root these branches belong to, can’t trace down, hanging in space İ don’t know what it means to … Continue reading Don’t know why
I stood right on the shoreline. One day it’s going to hit me, this tidal wave. The pain will knock me off my feet, I will cry and scream and clutch. But when it finally hits me, that’s when I’ll be able to move on. I long for that wave to consume me so I … Continue reading Tidal Wave
a mindful poetic expression of the untangling of our mental processes, and how questioning our expectations can lead to true happiness.
So now we've discussed the basics and the importance of bringing it back, here is another little insight on to how to make this easier in your practice. As you begin your meditation you will begin to see numerous different thoughts or feelings trying to drag you off in all directions. You thought it was going … Continue reading Meditation Snippets – no.3 – noting
Today my lover took me to Crystal Castle and ended our relationship. It was powerful, and I learnt one of my biggest lessons in relationships yet. This was our contract, and for this final piece I am so grateful. When the man I considered to be my twin flame told me what we were doing … Continue reading Acceptance of a ‘broken’ heart
Nicola humorously expresses the changes with old age, but how important it is to learn to accept yourself,
In 1978, British music group The Buggles wrote and recorded a superhit called 'Video Killed the Radio Star'. It was the single that MTV, with no small amount of smug irony, chose to launch its new channel in 1981. It's a song we all know and can sing along to, even today. Its lyrics mourn … Continue reading Recommended by a friend Podcast series
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
The leaves begin to fall again, This time everything is different, Rain carries the same feelings, But now they are more distant Fruit falls from the trees, Planting new life for next year, The soil will be nourished again, As old life goes, new life does appear Old wounds mend as new lessons unfold, Time, … Continue reading Ciara Sherlock