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


Scarred but still standing 1

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 […]

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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


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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 […]


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 […]