Yesterday was meant to be a day of celebration and, whilst it started that way, something in the universe conspired against it ending that way too. It left me feeling low, upset and angry. As a result today I took some time out to recalibrate myself. I had already planned to visit one of myContinue reading “Recalibrating”
Much has been said across the ages of the sweet sound of both the dawn and dusk chorus. The sweet melodies of birds as they are either starting or ending their day. The dawn chorus even has its own day (the first Sunday of May if you were wondering) – and rightly so. It’s beautifulContinue reading “Midday chorus”
There’s a saying that goes something like without change there’d be no butterflies. The idea of change is difficult for many to take – and I get that. When you feel comfortable and content with the status quo why would you welcome any change? Writing this in March in Great Britain – we’re in theContinue reading “Change”
During times of Covid-19 I’ve been leading remotely guided nature therapy sessions. Whilst by the sheer nature of them, they have a different energy to them than in person sessions, they still enable participants to connect to the nature that is both in and around them, no matter where in the world they are. IContinue reading “Humility”
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What am I noticing?
Join me on a nature therapy walk and you’ll no doubt become familiar with the prompt I am noticing …
This blog is my opportunity to share with you from my own journaling through my ongoing nature therapy practice.