Trust is a word often used, and we thought we’d have a conversation around how we see it in terms of a heart based living approach. As trust often revolves around what we believe, it becomes clear how we can gain or lose trust, as our many life experiences has us all with varied beliefs in a broad range of areas So what is trust? Nigel and Tricia have a natural flowing conversation around the topic and it is interesting where it ends up
It was wonderful to find out more about sapphires. That’s the beauty of these sessions, it can path the way to learn things we may not otherwise have researched. Of course it also takes us somewhere, and even brings up things in our subconscious that say a little about us and the way we see the world. What do you know about ‘sapphires’? I learnt a lot about what they symbolise. I loved the discussion around how gems are extracted and the role they play in defining status in many instances.
It is wonderful to explore topics how our feelings and thoughts about certain phenomena. This week’s topic on ‘ghosts’ an interesting exploration. The word was used in a variety of ways… with a variety of meanings. It gave many of us the opportunity to bring out some experiences, some were personal and some conceptual.
The COVID pandemic, has hugely impacted our lives; for many due to loss of loved ones, businesses and livelihoods, the anxiety and stress from uncertainty and disruption, the overwork and ongoing threats in various occupations, the injustice of who survives on many levels, including financially. It has impacted us all in different ways. In this podcast we explore the nature of heart-based as governments look to move on and tackle the economic issues due to the COVID and other disasters happening around the world.
Interestingly, the power around the elite, has been leading discussions around the world in relation to the way of life and the sense of equity and how to bring to care for all humans on the planet. Is it time to look at the nature of the ‘elite’ and ensure no harm or damage ripples from ‘getting there’ or while there?
Sometimes you come across people who are having a significant impact on those around them. Catherine and Hazel from William’s Wardrobe, are two such people. We were grateful to have spent a night with Catherine, who was looking for people to help. People who most of us choose to ignore, drive passed and do not want to see.‘Hi we’re from Williams wardrobe, have you eaten tonight, do you need any clothing or blankets,’ she would say.And that got things started…
It was on ANZAC day that we came together with our expression about the word ‘blind’. Some would see the connection between the two, while it wasn’t intended. For our ANZAC soldiers landing at the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, on that fateful day in 1915, in a way were ‘blind sided’ by the miscalculations in the planning, that lead many soldiers to their deaths.
Have you ever wondered more deeply about the role a handle plays in life? And the origin of the word, and what that suggests? Once again, it is not until you give words some space in your week to ponder, that your curiosity and creativity arrives. We spent some time in the item, the handle… And then we delved into the concept of getting a handle on things that are difficult for us.
In life, we are regularly caught up in systems that are meant to be helpful however often lack the flexibility and capability to accommodate unique and specific needs. Help is often provided with politeness, doing things with a smile, adhering to protocols however the systems themselves often lack a human approach. People are looking to be truly heard and understood, as often life issues are more complex, not straight forward.
This week’s topic on ‘secrets’ brought some interesting perspectives. There were many feelings about the nature of a secret, and its impact. Even the behaviours surrounding the thought of a secret… Often it seems to attract attention.Once again, this topic had us delve into our selves, our lives, our past and address or have a conversation with it, which we have come to know how powerful that is.
Birth… an arrival. Many memories and stories told about the nature of the arrival / birth of those close to us. And of course there is the arrival, the ‘birth’ of things new… Within our own lives, within our selves and the things around us, new things are born each day. What does ‘birth’ conjure for you? Where does it take you and how would you express that? We hope you enjoy the read, and perhaps express your own feelings about the word ‘birth’.
It is not only words that conjure memories in us. Sometimes items take us somewhere. Perhaps memories of the past or to something in the future. Perhaps something hidden, or intriguing? Or something you love that you have forgotten about?