A New Reality
Vera is faced with a new reality.
Her kids have left home, and there’s no more need to be ready and available all the time with food, washing, support.
Home is peaceful and quiet. Her partner is at work or out doing whatever he does.
She’s no longer interested in the old world, the 9-5, the routine.
Are you living your Soul Mission?
Recently I had a client come to me for a full day intensive. That’s right; he was so ready for help and grace that he didn’t want to leave until this problem was solved and a new strategy put in place. Usually, I only do this work on my retreats because it needs the space to allow unfolding and getting used to listening to our inner world.
India and The New Spirituality
What do you fundamentally desire? What stirs your soul? What do you feel you may be missing? Do you ache for anything? If you could get past your attachments and fears, what is it you would want for yourself?
The Beauty of Spiritual Transformation
Driving along the highway to Agra right now, with time to think about the year, what I do, what is going on here in India and the all the conversations I’ve had…. what the strongest theme is the emergence of a new and ‘merged’ spirituality.
Curious about meditation?
Most of us are familiar with personal development. I would guess that most of the people I know and work with and hang out with have a thing for transformation. We get to a point in our lives where we ‘wake up’, we know that something must change in order for us not to be in this place ever again and it’s going to require some kind of discomfort to get there as we evolve and change.
Some Truth About Detachment
Many of us have lives that are very demanding, if even only for a period of time. Take, for example the corporate executive with a project to deliver in tight timeframes and budgets or the mother of three children under three.
Business Intuition Formula
Something that is a spiritual truth is that even the most incredible tools and practices have a shadow side in the wrong hands or our lower nature. They can be used poorly and let’s admit here, most of us have been there on our journey.
The She-Monk, Who is She?
As spiritual beings living out our life business purpose and karmas, it’s important to remember we can and need to do things differently. As we use our spiritual practice and business venture to reach the same outcome – healing, peace, going home, we remember the golden rule – spirit first, world second.
Be On the Edge
She is supremely herself.
She is eternally free.
Nothing or no-one owns, dictates to or controls her.
She has the wisdom of a monk, the devotional heart of a Gopi.
She is a modern mystic.
We don't have to renounce life to be free
Stand on the edge my Darling.
Stand and breathe.
Feel the uncertainty.
There is nothing here.
Spiritual Mentor for Entrepreneurs
No matter what spiritual background we come from, there comes the point where all that matters is that once we discover our spiritual nature, we find a way to become seriously anchored in it - realise our Self in presence, and take that vision, that attitude to the world.
Being Good and the Road Home
'What the hell is it she does?'
Would you like to know?
Everything I stand for is so simple.
Stop Window Shopping
For most of us, our taught ideal of what a spiritual person at their peak is, self-realized, comes from the Saints of the Church or Abrahamic traditions. Usually, they are poor, pious and the epitome of good, as we know it.
Finding Grace in a Rough Patch
Are you a spiritual window shopper?
Is it Love or Fear or Just Love?
A girlfriend of mine asked recently about how to move through tough times with grace when you have an inner knowing that you are working towards something bigger, even though it has not manifested yet. A delicious question on a topic I’m passionate about and as can happen contains all the answers within it.
My Book Cover, Stylist and Divine Intuition
We hear that there is love, or there is fear. Makes perfect sense. But personally, that’s the 2nd step of the story. I think it’s giving way too much cred to fear being put in the same category as love.
This week I had the most fantastic day with my daughter as we drove off to the other side of Melbourne to meet the publisher’s photographer at their studio for the formal photos for my She-Monk book cover.
Creating Sacred Space
I heard recently a ‘spiritual’ academic say that the worst thing anyone could do is to make money from their spirituality. The way they said it was a throwaway comment, but it was loaded with an idealist theologian smelling judgement. What they didn’t realise was how hypocritical it was for what they are doing and how damaging it was for others who have the calling to take their spirituality to the world.
From Anxiety to Grace
As a She-monk, committed to liberation and deep spiritual immersion in the Self while being in the world, one of the key areas of success is by creating our own sacred space.
Anxiety impacts I in 3 women and 1 in 5 men in Australia today. Seven people will commit suicide each day. Everybody will have some experience of anxiety in their life at some stage.