Monthly Archives: August 2012

The gift of failure

We fail , it starts as a child learning to walk. We fall tip, slip and yet we constantly pick ourselves up and try again. Often encouraged by our loved ones to stand, arms reach out to encourage us to … Continue reading

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Shiva lord of the dance

This morning in my yoga class I taught the Shiva Nataraja pose. It always delights me the way a class of older people immediately become childlike, fun-filled as their innocence shines forth I prepare the students for this by asking … Continue reading

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The Ripple Effect

The late Phone call sent us into a spin, How to deal with the fact a loved one is in hospital in a far away city? The sense of distance often called the tyranny of distance here is now so … Continue reading

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