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Beloved readers, Many of you have asked me about the ancient Hawaiian Ho’oponopono prayer and how to practise it. The practice of Ho’oponopono consists of four simple steps: Step 1: Repentance – Say: ‘I’M SORRY…’ Step 2: Ask Forgiveness – Say: ‘PLEASE …Read More

Beloved readers, These past 8 weeks I have had much time to think whilst recovering and suffering in pain, trying to find solutions and to get by each moment and each day in the best way I can. Some moments have …Read More

Dearest readers, I have had a most unfortunate experience. I had an accident in rural Vietnam in a national park whilst riding a mountain bike in July and fractured my tibia (leg), knee, and arm (dislocated). Nasty. I spent nearly …Read More

The soul is not the body. The body is not the soul. Yet they are brought together and synergise to jointly co-create the life you experience as your own. Each has its own history, personality and unique characteristics. For instance, …Read More

Who are you? Who am I? We are ONE. We are not separate. That other person is you. The myriad forms around you are a multi-dimensional mirror. In other words, every thing you see, every person you meet – is …Read More

I met a beautiful person. She was so perfect to me. Later I found it she was chronically depressed. It seemed I wanted her to be perfect. She wasn’t. She was living in her head and engulfed by sadness; she was cynical, …Read More

Wake me up! “Please stop this suffering. I’m feeling blue. Depressed. Sad. Disappointed. Downcast. I’m losing hope. I’m starved of oxygen.” The all-too familiar cry for help. Has it happened to you before – or someone close to you? I …Read More

Call yourself “spiritual” – is that a religion? Does it mean now you judge people because they don’t understand how elevated you are, because that’s what you are now, elevated. Above other people. Swami Satyananda taught regarding the uncertain concept of the …Read More

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry words echo in my heart – “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” Our history and tradition has placed a demand of women to be …Read More

I entered into a very unhealthy relationship when I was in India, when I was like a slave to an Indian woman, and she was my Master. It was only a short few days, yet still deeply disturbed me. I realised …Read More