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Be An Island – Tracy Cochran

Be an Island Click on the above link to visit Tracy’s own site for this helpful piece, which we found through Parabola Magazine on Facebook. Some of the fundamentals around mindfulness practice, presence and gratitude. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter … Continue reading

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Charles Eisenstein on The Difference Between a Money Economy & a Gift Economy

  Click on the link for this clip of Charles Eisenstein on Sustainable Human’s Facebook page, talking about the qualities of a gift economy, and the adverse impact on us and our cultures of ascribing value primarily in monetary terms. … Continue reading

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‘The Poet and the Shepherd’ by Joshua Boettiger

https://parabola.org/2017/01/31/the-poet-and-the-shepherd-by-joshua-boettiger/ Click on the link to visit Parabola Magazine for this astonishing article by Joshua Boettiger:- ‘We could say the search for meaning – which is a holy search – becomes imperiled whenever the poet-self and the shepherd-self are out … Continue reading

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How To Create A Homemade New Year’s Ceremony – Elizabeth Gilbert

The writer agrees with Liz, on the importance of ritual and ceremony, on its unhelpful neglect in our cultures, and on the ‘how’ of creating our own (arising from within, not imposed from without). Don’t be put off by missing … Continue reading

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The Voice of Your Own Soul – John O’Donohue

Click on the Facebook link for these beautiful and deeply person-centred words from John O’Donohue:- ‘All holiness is about learning to hear the voice of your own soul.’ Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling Exeter since 1994

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Hello self-loathing, my old friend – Elisabeth Svanholmer

Hello Self-loathing, my old friend… Click on the link above to visit Elisabeth’s website – http://www.livinglifegently.live – to read this post. The writer experiences regular turns of this wheel herself, and so do most of those she works with. Elisabeth’s perspective … Continue reading

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Pema Chodron on Relaxing with impermanence (on her 80th birthday)

Click on the link to see this little film of Pema at 80, speaking about the fear of death and how we may learn to approach our dying. ‘When the appearances of this life dissolve, may I with ease and … Continue reading

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