Dragon words – Sacred Walk

Walking to reveal the “value” and “validation” belief systems that no longer serve me. Walking the land offers us the opportunity to reveal the truth.  To pilgrimage the land and to walk with a clear intention and in a sacred manner is to hear our own self speaking. The journey in a group helps us… Continue reading Dragon words – Sacred Walk

Festival words – Samhain

This article was part of a talk given at the Samhain Festival for Triconsciousness. Image by Robert Erskine Johnstone This is the Samhain - the festival of peace and of remembrance. A favourite festival of many as the nights draw in and the atmosphere for a celebration marking the beginning of winter starts a season… Continue reading Festival words – Samhain

Festival words

Much maligned for Samhain. Blackthorn in fruit The thinning of the veil? As the festival of Samhain approaches, I am being challenged to recognise that I need to change my thinking towards certain aspects of my conditioning or my assumptions of the way the world has been portrayed. I have been made very aware that… Continue reading Festival words

Landscape words

Does nature book end winter with colour? Who else is noticing the amount of yellow that's come out recently. I am seeing it all around me and it feels glorious to have this autumn colour preceding the dark days. It set me thinking though.  I have always associated yellow with spring more than anything. Seeing… Continue reading Landscape words

London Parks and Gardens Trust

The Wilderness, Croydon Shirley Summary. The Wilderness survives as a four acre, albeit overgrown, private garden on Shirley Church Road, Croydon.  Between 1904–1923 the garden was experimental and influential, created by the Rev. William Wilks, an amateur and gifted horticulturist and Secretary of the Royal Horticultural Society.  The garden is highly significant as an interpretation… Continue reading London Parks and Gardens Trust