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Hindu philosophy

Confessions of a Yogi Warrior

The sacred warrior in ancient times mastered the challenges of life, both on and off the battlefield. Through gentleness and courage, he acquired a sense of personal freedom without having to rely on violence and aggression.

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Ready to Hit the Road? Memories of the Kimberley

When seasoned caravanners refer to the Gibb River Rd,, they do so reverently as one would treat a Rite of Passage. It seems that nobody treats you with respect until you have “done the Gibb River”. I wondered how one road could have so much to rave about. Having discovered the Gibb River Road for myself I can now understand why. There are incredible things to see and do all along the way.

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Ready to Return to the “Normal” World?

As some of us prepare to recommence our “normal” lives, we do so tentatively. For none of us knows what lies ahead. But we have been given time to examine the world, rethink our values and decide what is really important. What an opportunity to learn from our mistakes and build a better world based on different values!

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What is the Magic of Three?

Have you ever wondered about the significance of the number three? I will give you three minutes to think about it and you can describe your answer for me in three words.

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Discover Who You Are – Connect with your Inner Self

Deep inside each of us is a quiet space that we seldom have time to discover. It is where we store our deepest inner thoughts, fears, sadness but also our creative spiritual energy. If we are extremely busy doing what we believe we should and what other people expect us to do, we are not taking time to contemplate what it is we really need.

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Enlightenment – Sorting out the Essential from the Non-Essential

During the recent successful launch of my book “Chasing Marigolds”, a friend who was introducing me and my book, made reference to the classic children’s book “The Little Prince”. She remarked that my book had reminded her of Antoine De Saint-Exupery’s famous novella which was written in 1943… explains the concept of enlightenment that the author was trying to articulate to his audience.

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