Life’s Different Path

These last few days have really made me question something about myself. I’m a naturally affectionate, warm and giving person. I feel that there is no point having relationships (of any type) if you aren’t going to nurture them and give of yourself to some degree. But, trusting someone and opening up to them and giving of myself freely, doesn’t More →

Chapter 21 – The Afterlife (Excerpt 13)

A paragraph from Chapter 21 Today, I don’t fear death because I believe death is not the end; it is merely part of my soul’s journey. And so, like with everything I do in life, I make preparations for my journey. When my time comes, my assistant, Peta, knows exactly where to find all my instructions, as well the items More →

Compassionate Me – Week 4 – Compassion for Nature

Welcome to Week 4 of our FREE 28-day programme designed to encourage and inspire you to practise compassion, mindfulness and kindness towards yourself, your friends and family, strangers and the planet. In this last week we focus on nature and work at cultivating compassion towards it. Click HERE to access Week 4.

Compassionate Me – Week 3 – Compassion for Strangers

Welcome to Week 3 of our FREE 28-day programme designed to encourage and inspire you to practise compassion, mindfulness and kindness towards yourself, your friends and family, strangers and the planet. This week we focus on strangers and work at cultivating compassion towards them. Click HERE to access Week 3.

Compassionate Me – Week 2 – Compassion for Friends & Family

Welcome to Week 2 of our FREE 28-day programme designed to encourage and inspire you to practise compassion, mindfulness and kindness towards yourself, your friends and family, strangers and the planet. This week we focus on our friends and family and work at cultivating compassion towards them. Click HEREto access Week 2.  

Compassion for Nature

Guest Blogpost by Shivani Bhalla (Founder and Director of Ewaso Lions) Our planet is under severe threat. Large swathes of wilderness is being lost and wildlife numbers are plummeting all across the globe. Rapid urbanisation leading to animal habitat loss, poaching and bushmeat hunting of wildlife are just a number of things exacerbating the situation. Picture this. A large African More →

Compassionate Me – a new, free online programme

Last year, I was very fortunate to see the Dalai Lama speak in London. I can’t explain it – but he just exuded goodness, kindness, compassion. I was so touched and inspired by his message of compassion that I felt compelled to do something – to spread a little compassion – even if on a very small scale. As he More →