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Detours Along The Road To Enlightenment

Writing recently about the meditative value of dishwashing made me think about my own rather haphazard attempts to sit and meditate. I never did practice it consistently enough to form a habit, but it did increase my self-awareness. 511 more words

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My 2015 In Review

I have started to be very interested in S.M.A.R.T. goals. S.M.A.R.T. being an acronym which stands for specific, measurable, achievable, results-focused, and time- bound.

As I am working to set goals for the rest of my life and for 2016 in particular I thought it’d be a great exercise to look back at 2015 and see what happened and what I already have achieved. 1,625 more words

Axel Thinks

I Need A Moment

I need a moment
To feel what’s happening to me
Life is happening to me
I need a moment
To feel the hills underneath me… 37 more words


Mindfulness and Dirty Dishes

Once again, research has affirmed a something I figured out a long time ago. The latest? Washing dishes by hand is a form of meditation. 536 more words

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Perseverence furthers (from the I Ching)

We’ve been having a new kitchen installed and I understand now why people say that having building or refurbishment work done in their own home is stressful. 671 more words


A red rag to a coach

Here’s an interesting thought that someone sent me recently. It’s a quote from the late Indian guru Osho, who says:

“There is no goal of life. 66 more words


How to identify your true goals

Many of the people I meet are convinced that Life Coaching is only about achieving goals on a superficial level, but I beg to differ. While it is true that some coaches are obsessed with goals, better performance and achievement in the material or corporate world, I am more interested in what we as individuals are trying to achieve and, most importantly, how it makes us feel. 501 more words