Materialism: So you think you’re not hooked?

‘Understanding ourselves, we come to understand all things, but if we seek to understand all things without knowing the nature of our own awareness, great will be our calamity.’ David Frawley What does addiction have to do with a simple and sacred existence? How can owning it in ourselves lead us to our authenticity? You […]

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A Day of Radical Hope…

Some friends are involved with this promising programme in Bristol which I hope will appeal to those of you within easy reach: Climate Psychology Alliance presents Radical Hope and Cultural Tragedy: A conference to highlight the complex pressures within our collective mind in the face of dramatic climate changes Location: Bristol Folk House, 40a Park […]

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Creative Problem-Solving in the Face of Extreme Limits

  What kind of entrepreneurial solutions and innovations do we most need in a rapidly changing world? How do we face local and global challenges whilst also being kind to the planet? In this captivating presentation, Najiv Radjou outlines the main principles of frugal innovation – creating more economic and social value from limited resources. […]

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Evening Rise

To honour the end of the year, I’d like to share with you the most beautiful arrangement and rendition of the song: ‘Evening Rise’ that I’ve found. Here are the lyrics: Evening rise, Spirit come Sun goes down, the day is done Mother Earth awakens me with the heartbeat of the sea We might view […]

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The Gentle Art of Goodwill

The festive season is looming. Everything that simple phrase engenders in a materialistically driven culture might leave us feeling cynical and resentful. It can seem troublesome to attempt to focus on what is sacred and joyful about this time of year. ‘Peace and goodwill’ is a phrase that I’ve noticed commonly associated with the Winter […]

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