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Heavy lifting

The dynamic in a relationship shifts continually. I’m currently experiencing resistance and frustration in my romantic partnership. The lockdown has landed many couples in an otherwise healthy relationship in a deeper place of energetic ballet. So far this last couple weeks I’ve alternated between mellow highs and irritating lows. I’m sitting here today writing this […]

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Staying up late on a Saturday night

Saturday night is quiz night. Since lockdown began a group of friends in the UK have organised a bi-weekly Zoom quiz. It’s a chance to connect in these strange physically distanced times. For me here in India it’s a fantastic way to keep in touch and to hear about how the guys are doing, what’s […]

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How MDMA is being used to treat PTSD

The War on Drugs has been a long running US led policy initiative designed to protect the interests of Big Pharma. Four decades since launch and the project has yet to make good on claims to improve social order and improve public health. One unforeseen consequence of this failing policy has been that research into […]

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21 Days of Abundance

I recently started Deepak Chopra’s 21 Days of Abundance meditation. I’m a few days in now and I’m finding many benefits to the practice. I’m still figuring out how to report the process; my initial thought is to expand this post each day as the insights appear. Let’s see. There’s a couple of observations I’d […]

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The truth contagion

I’ve had this virus. Please take it seriously. It’s spreading. Better be prepared. ๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’š โ€œThe next wave of viral infection is coming towards us. So far only a few people were infected but the virus seems to have mutated and spreads from different countries – faster than Ebola. The system-threatening virus has been named the […]

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Corona induced Stockholm Syndrome

Should we trust the government? Government handling of the covid crisis has created a climate of fear in the UK that is palpable. People are afraid to leave their homes. Residents of tourist towns are taking matter into their own hands, vigilante style; shooing people away with home made signs, building road blocks and setting […]

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Hold on tightly, let go lightly

In the film Croupier, Clive Owen plays a struggling writer who takes a job at a casino. He’s approached by a gambler planning a heist. Down on her luck she’s prepared to do anything. The action unfolds around the relationship between the two characters. It’s high stakes for the pair as they go deep into […]

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An introduction to a friend

My friend Lydia has written a beautiful piece for her blog, Something I Learnt. The new article on loneliness and connection may resonate with readers in these locked down days. It’s a lovely read and a delightful insight into lockdown in another culture.

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Hangry

When you’ve had a few beers the night before and haven’t had enough to eat the next day. Feeling exceptionally moody for absolutely no reason? You’re hangry. Irritability and frustration arising out of nowhere? You’re hangry. Weak, lethargic and can’t even? You’re hangry. Go eat something you mad fish.

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Sovereignty is our birthright

This covid story is still hijacking common sense and duping seemingly intelligent people. What happened to good old fashioned critical thinking and independent analysis? Why does the narrative confound peoplesโ€™ ability to think and act rationally at this time? One argument is that you canโ€™t bite the hand that feeds you. Itโ€™s an odd expression […]