I’m Stella. I don’t usually like labels, but I fully claim this one: I’m a highly sensitive introvert. I love quiet. I l need time alone. The noisy, busy world drains me. I notice the details of what’s around me.
Ah, the human mind. It’s such a powerful tool. But it does love to flit around and judge. Wanting this, not wanting that. Pulling and pushing. Attachment and aversion. All too often never quite satisfied with what we have here
Head space. Clarity. Connection. Me-time away from the busy world (both real and online). Tapping into a deep well of inner peace, content, strength and joy that is always there within me. Connecting to and awakening the radiant soul within me.
So, last week was a bit of wobbly, weird week for me. It started off great. I graduated from my two-year Dru Meditation Teacher training. I felt refreshed after a week off. I was looking forward to getting back to
The comparison game. Do you play it? The constant comparing yourself to others? Not feeling good enough? Feeling frustrated, ashamed, or angry that your life, achievements, appearance don’t match up? Don’t feel bad – we all do it and get that
Soul food: “I have known a great many troubles in my life – but most of them never happened” ~ Mark Twain I love these words! They are SO true. How many of our troubles are mind-made?! The mind loves
Ah, to be able to relax and let the world drift by. To be able to switch off the tension and anxious thoughts and focus on the here and now. To connect to inner peace no matter what the world
Do you know how you feel when you relax? This is a good question to ask yourself! Without having to ponder it, do you truly know the answer? So often we focus on the negative sensations we experience in the
Soul food: “There is nothing stronger in the world than tenderness” ~ Han Suyin Tenderness, sensitivity, kindliness, gentleness. It’s not particularly prized by our society. It’s seen as weak. But I believe allowing yourself to feel – to be kind,
At 7am today I heard the news: the UK had voted to leave the European Union. I felt sick. I felt shaky. I couldn’t quite believe it (although, sadly, part of me could believe it all too readily). These last