The Grossest Metaphor

This is a clip from our recent Tuesday Talk on the topic of The Quiet Mind and is a description of how insight leads to quiet. Apologies in advance for the grossness of the metaphor!   For upcoming Tuesday Talks, please visit: – I promise you our explorations are usually far more beautiful in nature!  

Sharing the Principles

I’m often asked ‘how do I share what I’m learning with my clients/children/husband/colleagues?’ This week I wanted to share with you a different way to consider what it really means to share the Three Principles that lie behind all human experience and point to so much more than that.

The Value of Noticing

Imagine if we had everything we needed already built in? That there was nothing for us to ‘get’ because we already do? What if there was a simple flow of insights just waiting to be tapped into? What if it was simpler than we had been making it up to be?  

What Does It Mean To Listen For a Feeling

Syd Banks, the teacher who first formulated the understanding ‘The Three Principles’ would often ask people to ‘don’t listen to my words, listen for a feeling’. But what does that even  mean?   I created this video to share my take on this…

Thought Domes

This might be controversial – but are you creating shitty thought-domes then sitting around moaning about them like it has nothing to do with you? Me too sometimes I have to say, but it’s so helpful and hopeful to see how it really works.

Did You Know That…

Today’s video is an excerpt from a Q&A call I ran with our Little Peace of Mind 6 Week Program participants on Monday. What you’ll be invited to consider here is the absolute simplicity of what’s required of you if you’d like to see change in your life.