Posts Tagged "transformation"

Being Inspired

Being Inspired

Finding Inspiration Lyme is a favourite seaside resort which is famous for its Heritage Coast rich in fossils dating back to the Jurassic period. It’s a quaintly attractive town with many artists and writers, wonderful walks and scenery and the world famous Cobb harbour is a major draw – “not just for its visual splendour and its magnificent naval architecture, but also for its...

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Masques & Roles

Masques & Roles

By Popular Demand: Flourish Through Challenging Times Christine Miller’s Celebrated ‘Masques & Roles’ Workshop Are you Living Your Own Life? Or Following a Life You Inherited? In these troubled times, as much of what has traditionally been upheld as important starts to fall away, many of us are questioning ourselves about what is really important in life. There can be no...

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The Goddess Tree

The Goddess Tree

The Goddess Tree   A poem taken from ‘Secret Garden of the Soul’ and inspired by a beautiful silver birch tree in a friend’s  garden in  Dorset, where I sometimes go to write. The tree looks remarkably like a woman standing with her arms outstretched, blessing and protecting and giving  beauty, nourishment and joy to the garden and those in it. The sort of place...

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Year of Love and Light

Year of Love and Light

Having embraced and been embraced by innumerable different experiences last year, I know I am not alone in describing 2010 as a year of reflection and withdrawal, of letting go and welcoming, of opening and accepting, of travelling and finding, and staying home and re-discovering – of diverse and wondrous people, places, and events, and of deep learning and a resultant sense of stillness,...

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10/10/10 words

I was prompted by the unique significance of the date on Sunday 10th October 2010  to write some words – and set myself a light hearted challenge to only use words containing the word ‘ten’…here’s the result: Tender Words Listen, attend: Countenance Brightened, Heartened, Lightened. Tension softened, Sentences sweetened. Tendrils...

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