In her book, Settled: How to Find Calm in a Stress-Inducing World, Ms. Donnelly invites readers to establish a more settled place for their emotional and physical well-being using a variety of well-researched, body-based techniques. Her style of writing is both personal and engaging and I have already suggested both her book and ‘how-to’ videos to support clients who are struggling to stay within their window of tolerance.Read More
Nearly twenty years after its original publication, Barack Obama’s statement on the political
landscape in the U.S. at the time eerily rings true today as it did in 2006.
The notion that what ‘binds us together is greater than what drives us apart’ is truly the only path for a great society to pursue the vision of an equitable, diverse, accessible and inclusive nation.Read More
Tahir closes his narrative with a reflections,”We are finally free, but those we love the most are suffering still, left behind in that tortured land. Each time we think of them, we burn with guilt. We will see those dear ones only in our dreams.”Read More
A type of social credit score for the Uyghur population, facilitated by AI technology, has grown into one the most extensively policed areas on planet earth. As surveillance has been adopted throughout the Uyghur homeland…Read More
Rarely does a movie live up to the book upon which it is based. The Quiet Girl is a notable exception and a wonderful…Read More
Self-awareness, self-growth, dare we call it “spiritual growth”—plus, the brave and audacious decision of doing something to improve the state of the world—are two sides of a very old coin. Newell attributes that coin to the ancient Celtic people who once populated most of northern Europe, and whose intricate artwork and dogged resistance to Rome’s mighty power, have caused a modern-day resurgence of interest in this path called Celtic wisdom.Read More
MacDonald’s most famous work was this one. A delightful story of a young princess with a vivid imagination—or perhaps, a most sophisticated faith that sees the presence of generous love in much of her own life—who is named Irene, meaning “peace.”Read More
In White Swan and the Heavenly Lake, first-time novelist Kim Aasland has crafted her own take on the swan princess myth and its connection…Read More
Friendship’s respectful practice is the core of this book by Irish author John O’Donohue. Raised in the remote and windswept Burren area of western Ireland, O’Donohue writes with passion about the ancient Irish practice of “anam cara”…Read More
Fifty years ago in 1972, two young journalists, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward began following the leads of a small story regarding a break-in at an office building in Washington DC.Read More
The Celtic Way of Prayer is a treasured echo from the last millennium speaking across the decades through author and scholar Esther De Waal. Now in her 90s, de Waal wrote this classic while
living in the borderlands of the Welsh countryside, and as a primer for those curious about the Celtic way.
We’ve all been there, even if we don’t all realise. Toxic relationships can happen to everyone. Right now it’s Laura Dean’s turn to figure out how to get out from the spider’s web.Read More