Natural Creativity

I love seeing these new ferns emerging in spring time. And did you know that in nature, the spiral is a very common pattern or structure. Which is not only beautiful to look at but also represents a sustainable structure brought about by ever increasing, incremental steps. Steps that also happen to reflect the Fibonacci..

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Planting for the Future

We had a wonderful day today planting a Tiny Forest with Earthwatch Europe. We even found this Wych Elm, the name of our local pub! There are now 240 Tiny Forests across the UK, each consisting of 600 trees planted densely in a tennis court sized space. These forests are introducing valuable woodland to urban..

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Fading or Flourishing

On a group call I held recently we looked at Change and Impermanence. Both of course are natural and ever present in Nature. As one season closes another begins. As the blossom fades the fruit begin to grow. And as the leaves fall from the trees, fungi emerge from the soil. The same is true..

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Wander in Wonder

On Saturday 24th February I’m arranging another Wander in Wonder, and raising funds for World Wildlife Fund UK too. It’s a chance to step away from the busyness for a few hours, be immersed in nature and connect in the magic with a small friendly group of fellow wanderers. And support nature and wildlife too…

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Flow with Nature

On a group coaching call I hosted recently we looked at the pressure we can put on ourselves to compete, accomplish, achieve. And the disappointment, or sense of failure even, when we haven’t met our targets or expectations. Yet when we create naturally, aligned with what’s true. There are times for reaping rewards. And times..

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Magical African Adventure 2024!

Magic is real! I’ve long imagined holding retreats in beautiful, wild locations where we don’t just show up, use the space and leave, but where we also make a real contribution both financially and practically. And I’m thrilled to say that’s exactly what we’ll be doing on my next Magical African Adventure in September 2024…

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Why intuition is like fungi

There were just a few remaining fungi on my walk this morning. Disappearing just as mysteriously as when they first arrived. Which is why fungi are described as ephemeral. The mushrooms or fruiting bodies seen above ground appear only fleetingly, some for a single day. Yet underground these fascinating fungi are connected through an invisible..

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Truth or Illusion?

I recently led my Magical African Adventure retreat at Imire rhino and wildlife conservation in Zimbabwe.  For one of the exercises, I guided people into a state of innocence, or pure presence, and then invited them to notice what they observed during our walk.  Many people commented that they’d noticed so much more. Seen things,..

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Wander in Wonder

Rain almost stopped play today in the aftermath of Storm Babet. But I went out anyway and discovered nature’s magic There weren’t many people around but a small group did stop and ask what I was doing when they saw me crouching in the rain beneath a chestnut tree So I shared with them what..

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What an Adventure!

Last week I returned from my Magical African Adventure retreat at Imire Rhino and Wildlife conservation in Zimbabwe. I’d long imagined leading retreats in beautiful, wild locations where we don’t just show up, use the space and leave, but where we also make a real contribution both financially and practically. And that’s exactly what we..

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