Roz Savage MBE holds four Guinness World Records for ocean rowing and is the first woman to row solo across three oceans: the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian. She used her adventures to raise awareness on environmental issues. Amongst her many accolades and achievements, she is a United Nations Climate Hero, a Fellow of the Royal … More Things Have to Break Down Before They Break Through
I am thoroughly fed up with the negative news and social media agendas that are bombarding us from all directions twenty-four hours a day. I realise that we are facing massive global and climatic challenges and changes but it is well recognised by psychologists that continual pessimism kills a person’s creativity. This has serious repercussions. … More Resilience and the breath of life.
Q&A with Sue Brayne, author of Living Fully, Dying Consciously POSTED BY MATT WELSH FEBRUARY 7, 2020 1. What is Living Fully, Dying Consciously: The Path to Spiritual Wellbeing about and why did you write it? I wrote this book because I believe that the only way humanity can become more consciously aware of our … More Interview about Living Fully, Dying Consciously with Spiritual Media Blog
Living Fully, Dying Consciously steps into the heart of the human condition to explore why our entire life is a psychological and spiritual preparation for death. Life is not easy, but when we accept that we are just passing through this physical existence it puts things into perspective. Confronting our fear of death and accepting … More Living Fully, Dying Consciously out now!
On this Brexit fuelled Election Day taking place on the mid winter Full Cold Moon, I notice a familiar deep-seated feeling intensify in my body, which the English language does not have a word to describe. Melancholia touches on it, but this is different to a brooding gloominess. Nostalgia may be a better description. Nostalgia comes … More Hiraeth: the call of Home
Sue in conversation with Fiona (Fi) Elwell about living consciously for a better world. Two years ago Fi was diagnosed with secondary cancer. She is in her early fifties and a single mum of her son who is now eight. Fi talks about her extraordinary journey into remission and how having cancer has influenced her desire … More I knew something was wrong, and I was right
Every six weeks I run a consciousness meeting for a group of women who want to talk about what really matters. The theme of solitude was chosen by a group member who is planning to run a retreat early in the new year. She wanted to explore how the rest of us experience solitude. Those … More Solitude Equals Home