Pure Intention : Live Life Graciously

I learned today that an old colleague that I hadn't seen for years, passed away suddenly. There are certain people you meet in life and will always remember, regardless of how much time goes by. To live life graciously, is to be kind and compassionate with everyone you encounter, unconditionally. Feeling blessed to have known... Continue Reading →

Pure Intention : Detox Part 2

I was feeling so good, I stopped off to see my friend and local florist Sue and treated myself to a beautiful bouquet. Too gorgeous not to share a photo! La Coccinelle Chelsea - Flower and Plant Market in Old Chelseahttps://lacoccinellechelsea.business.site Today I went for a lymphatic massage and it was incredible. "Lymphatic drainage massage or... Continue Reading →

Pure Intention : Self-Regulation

"Some see things as they are and say why? I dream things that never were and say why not ?”.George Bernard Shaw For nearly a year, I have been studying Ayurveda, in an attempt to learn more about self-regulation. It’s still early days and there is no cure or magic pill for Covid. For some... Continue Reading →

Pure Intention : Become unstuck

Embrace the newness of each day "Today is not just another day. It's a new opportunity, another chance, a new beginning. Embrace it." Kushandwizdom Today I had an epiphany of sorts. When I first heard the phrase "Create space for creativity", I automatically thought it referred to a physical space. A beautifully decorated haven where... Continue Reading →

Pure Intention : Appreciate the Now

Something to ponder on this beautiful day ....When asked what surprised him most about humanity the Dalai Lama answered:"Man sacrifices his health in order to make money.Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does... Continue Reading →

Pure of Intention : Acceptance

"God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference". Commonly quoted as the Serenity Prayer - written by theologian Reinhold Niebuhr There is much good that can come from accepting what is. As I mowed the lawn this afternoon... Continue Reading →

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