Five steps to dealing with Brexit grief

Whenever we lose something important to us (a job, an object, someone we love) we experience grief. In general this comes in five stages. First there is denial, then anger over what Continue Reading →

Diwali and the Churning

Diwali is an ancient Hindu festival, the “Festival of Lights”. Preparations and rituals typically last for five days, centred around the third day when people offer prayer rituals, or pujas, to Lakshmi, the Continue Reading →

Finding the opportunities in the refugee crisis

As thousands more refugees continue to enter and walk across Europe so the crisis deepens. But a crisis often contains an opportunity. It was the petri dishes that ‘failed’ which Continue Reading →

Manifesting ourselves in the world

An inspiring story here from the South Side of Chicago, about a man who has bought a disused bank and turned it into “a stunning cultural centre.” In doing so he has partly Continue Reading →