After many years of running about trying to save the world, I'm realising that change happens quite differently from how I had imagined it, and that I can be its most effective agent only by deepening my own presence and becoming a devoted student of The Study of Miracles.
I am a student of Yoga, Music and Indic wisdom, and aspire to infuse everything I do with greater simplicity, beauty, joy and presence.
Here is a list of my current areas of exploration and work.
- Organisational designs and processes to enable co-creation
- Integral healing of the various koshas of the human system
- Understanding the highly misunderstood / misinterpreted 'Indic wisdom' and the role of India in birthing the New World
- Economic organisation that can manifest abundance
- Co-creating spaces for dialogue towards healing the split between / integrating the East and the West, the Feminine and the Masculine, the Folk and the Classical, the Personal and the Political, the Spiritual and the Material
I love life, music, harvesting from the wild, upcycling craft and collecting and sharing seeds.
A page about my activist journey so far on the GCSSFS website
It is only recently that I realised that I could call myself a story-teller. I started my blog to share stories from my own and others lives as we explore, experiment, celebrate, struggle and grieve. I deeply believe that our stories don't belong to us. They merely unfold through us. We owe wisdom recognised through them back to the Collective.
My quest for abundance (Part 1)
A Close Encounter with Development
My experience of a restoration campaign / project done through Exnora in the late 90s
Healing with the soil
How gardening healed my depression
My Garden 'Project'
Learning to let go, embrace and flow
Lessons from the soil
My deschooling journey
The ways of the Universe
On the manifestation of reStore
The challenges of conscious mothering
The motherhood retreat
Chumming as a doorway to spiritual renewal - I
Chumming as a doorway to spiritual renewal - II
My experience of menstruation
The Study of Miracles
Lessons from my activist journey