Posts by Estelle

Whakapapa

Whakapapa

Whakapapa is a Māori word meaning, as I understand it, to connect with a sense of identity: belonging. I came...

Nourishing words

Nourishing words

I love the writing of John O’Donohue. I’d like to share some of his words with you today: “Kindness has...

Moments of Change

Moments of Change

One moment of sunshine. One moment of snow. I love the variety that April showers bring. As I take a...

Floating with the breath

Floating with the breath

Feeling the breath… We are not thinking about the breath or the breath sensations, so much as feeling the breath, riding...

Can I be angry for a moment?

Can I be angry for a moment?

I wonder if you are one of the lucky ones who can easily recognise when you’re feeling angry and express...

Staying Connected

Staying Connected

During these strange times where many of us have been forced into social isolation to some extent, I’m aware of...

It’s March!

It’s March!

As we pause and reflect on life, I found the themes in Charlie Mackesy’s book helpful. These are the words...

Today I believe…

Today I believe…

Today I believe that I am allowed to speak my mind: not in a way that is intentionally harmful, but...

Choices

Choices

‘The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind.‘...

Light in the rain

Light in the rain

Petals bright Reflected light Orange glow Centre stage Inviting admiration

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