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reflections from our beautiful Welsh valley
A time to prove
Go to the limits of your longing
The gift of life changing events
Staying until I see…
Ready to move forward?
Appreciating beauty restores my soul
Choosing the way of faithfulness
How do you handle big questions?
Why am I here?
Finding your right frequency
What brought you here?
Making sense of where we are
Be still… and know
The space between words…
“I hear this most gentle whisper…”
Our unique and precious sight to see for ourselves
Walking when you want to sit
Our hope begins in the dark
Being content with waiting
When did you lose your voice?
Making our connections to create and thrive
Who do you want to be?
What do we need to leave behind?
Choosing to walk well
Slow movement – marginal or powerfully relevant?
Choosing to go with who we are
The Art of Fresh Thinking – cultivating curiosity
Pursuing beauty – idealism or tangible difference?
Welsh blessing – beautiful grace for each of us
We are wired for beauty
Releasing abundance through gratitude
Being and being known – standing in the stream
Finding your absolutely essential – ‘sine qua non’
A Beautiful Constraint – our paradoxical invitation to creative abundance
Reaching for Grace as we step into Autumn
Standing at the gates of hope
Creating soul food from the valley
‘Now’ is a surprisingly spacious place
Every creative act is a risk
Give yourself some thinking space
Look up what do you see?
Who are we waiting for? Four steps to find out
Still waiting? Practise active waiting
“Find me in the river” – being OK with waiting
What do we see when we stop to notice?
Present reality: 2 key questions for navigation
“The road is made by walking…”
Restoring the art of reflection
Abundance – a fresh opportunity?
Wise perspective – steps to cultivate what you see
Creating space where change happens
Better answers require better questions
Being collaborative or doing collaboration? Fruit beyond the words
Where are you on the scale of being?
Running on empty?
Right Answers v Good Questions
What do I see?
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