The New Way of Leadership

During the spring of 2015 I was took the lead in organising the first TEDxFindhorn. There were people involved with far more experience than me in organising events. Yet despite me encouraging them, no suggestions were coming from them about how we could best run the event. It was only when I made specific suggestions, . . . → Read More: The New Way of Leadership

Man with a Hand Cart

In ancient times a man was pushing a hand cart along a track when it got stuck in deep mud. He pushed and pushed for a long time, but he could not get his hand cart out of the mud. He was getting very angry and frustrated at how impossible it was to push the . . . → Read More: Man with a Hand Cart

Are Innocent Men Having their Lives Ruined by Computer Virus

I read on the paper the other day the story of a man who took his computer into a computer shop for repair only to find himself arrested for having child porn on his computer. The man may well be guilty, but when I read something like that I do not automatically assume that they . . . → Read More: Are Innocent Men Having their Lives Ruined by Computer Virus

Quantitative Easing: the Banks are Wrong says the man who coined the phrase.

Richard Werner, founding director of the Centre for Banking, Finance and Sustainable Development at the University of Southampton, is the man who coined the phrase “quantitative easing” in the early 1990s.

Richard tells us the banks are wrong and that there is no evidence that lowering interest rates helps the economy and that Japan is . . . → Read More: Quantitative Easing: the Banks are Wrong says the man who coined the phrase.

Happy Habits

Happy habits is based on the simple idea of using our innate ability to bless to help us break out of habits of unhappy thinking and feeling. We simply replaces habits, of negativity, regret, worry and anger with a habit of blessing. There are three main happy habits: 1. Bless People. every time you think . . . → Read More: Happy Habits

Stuck in a “bad marriage” with yourself?

Everything you say to yourself, you also say to the divine life within you.

The tone of the day, and the whole shape of your life, shows up in how you think about yourself when you look in the mirror first thing in the morning. This is when any tendency to judge, blame, criticise, or . . . → Read More: Stuck in a “bad marriage” with yourself?

Reiki Meditations for Self-Healing, Bronwen Stiene

Truly excellent. This is a wonderful set of CDs by Bronwen Stiene and is relevant to anyone interested in becoming more centred, happier and at peace. What makes it so good is the remarkable way Bronwen uses her voice to speak from the space which she wants to induce in her listeners. She speaks from . . . → Read More: Reiki Meditations for Self-Healing, Bronwen Stiene

The US/Global Finance System: smoke and mirrors?

Really like this video by Vonetta Logan at Tasty Trade on the US corporate debt (with implications world wide). It makes some interesting points about what could really be funding the recent growth the US stock market. Many US companies are borrowing heavily and are using that money to fuel a rise in their stock . . . → Read More: The US/Global Finance System: smoke and mirrors?

Windows 8: Escaping “Sign into your Microsoft Account” Hell

Quick fix: Just click the “Create a Microsoft account” link and you will see the option to “Sign in without a Microsoft account” at the very bottom of that page. This will let you sign into you computer directly without having to create an account with Microsoft online services. (Please don’t ask me for technical . . . → Read More: Windows 8: Escaping “Sign into your Microsoft Account” Hell

Two Kinds of Healing

There are two kinds of healing. In one kind of healing a blessing comes to us. We become uplifted, soothed, and difficulties and blocks fall away.

With the other kind of healing, the blessing is not so obvious. We feel like we are brought low, life gets rough and difficulties and blocks are everywhere.

In . . . → Read More: Two Kinds of Healing