I feel most compassionate when I am working. When I am with my clients I automatically take myself out of the equation. I know that I am only there to see, listen and honour the person sitting in front of me. People could act in the worst behaviour and I would still smile and understand. When I work I am the most clear I have ever been. It seems easy for me to let go and let Source Energy take over for I know I am “not doing” anything. I am merely the vessel for healing energy to flow through. But why can it be so difficult to be compassionate all the time? It would save all of us so much energy if we accepted ourselves and our companions here on Earth just the way they are. We would stop comparing, competing and complaining and would experience unlimited joy.

From my own experience I know that through consistent self-study and meditation over the years my level of compassion has certainly increased, but I still catch myself more often than I would like judging a person or a situation. The funny part is that it doesn’t serve me or anyone else. So why do we do it? To feel superior to others? To live in the illusion that we have ‘figured it out’? What’s there to figure out anyway? Why does my mind even produce hurtful thoughts? Continue reading “Compassion”

Thoughts on Meditation

Recently people have been telling me about their perception of meditation. For some this means writing a gratitude list every morning, for others running or watching music videos is their form of meditation. Isn’t it interesting how people have very different ideas of this ancient practice?


Ultimately meditation is about stepping into the silence of your own self so we can hear the quiet whisper of our hearts. Meditation provides a pathway for connection to our intuitive intelligence. From this place of being we know who we are and we know what we want.

How can we begin to listen to these subtle impulses when we are confronted by the many stimuli on TV? How can we truly hear when we need to pay attention to the road in front of us while running? Just because one can be mindful while walking or listening to music doesn’t mean it’s meditation. Meditation requires stillness and most people are afraid of this. But why? What could possibly happen to you in the silence? You are only sitting with yourself after all.

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