Tag Archives : Ecopsychology


Podcast no. 12 – Stacey, space and solos

I finally managed to shift from inertia this afternoon and talk about my mini-retreat Fridays. Also, meet Stacey, my ‘being’ who is keeping an eye on me from the mantlepiece.     listen to ‘Stacey, space and solos’ on Audioboo Edited with BlogPad Pro


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On the Spinney, a short walk from my house, there is a small area of woodland. Whenever I walk Bobby there I take time to stop and look at this tree with its scars. I don’t know what caused it, other than some sort of fire. I see something beautiful in the darkness and smooth […]


Even the most beautiful die sometime 3

My friend, Marigold, from the Sustainably Creative forum, sent me a lovely poem in response to the last podcast. It’s theme, about the changing of the seasons, reminded me of Cherry Blossom. Sometime last year I did a visualisation with my Ecopsychology mentor in which cherry blossom appeared, as part of an oriental landscape. The […]


Podcast no.8 – Coming out of the basement 3

Today’s podcast recorded after eating my lunch in the car – I always think of beetroot sandwiches and penguin biscuits at such times – is about the importance of daylight. And I make a commitment to myself.     listen to ‘Coming out of the basement!’ on Audioboo Edited with BlogPad Pro


Podcast no.7 – A captured tree

In Bristol, looking out my window…. Oh, and below is the picture I drew on the train. If you’re interested in developing a little drawing habit, Michael Nobbs has his first book out “Drawing your life”. It is great fun and beautifully put together. I’ll do a proper review another time. listen to ‘A captured […]

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My first ebook and news about a book on drawing in small chunks

I had a great Saturday. Finally, finally I finished off a pdf ebook that I started early last year. I had this idea to celebrate a local footpath ‘The Greenway’ which I use regularly. I’ve always been interested in the different people who use it and the juxtaposition of town and country. I feel very […]


Interview with Sally Lever – sustainable living, downshifting, and inner work

Sometimes there is synchronicity, and then, there is synchronicity….I find Sally’s blog at www.sallylever.co.uk often chimes with things I’m thinking about. I decided to contact her and ask if she wanted to do reciprocal guest posts – I’m keen to build a sense of community here and in the rest of my life. She suggested interviewing each […]