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And it all falls into place

Wow it's been an incredible, ground shifting, confusing, chaotic yet rich and rewarding six months for me. I left UK in August 2018, leaving 16 years of life in that country and all my  dearest friends and all my wonderful customers behind. I traveled in Asia for five...

Acceptance

My Birthday in Can Tho, Vietnam The biggest challenge of my trip over the past months has been learning to let go of my past as an identity and the future as an illusion of control. Each "home" I've settled in, even if they've been a home for just a short while, have...

Busy with the mundane

Koh Phangan, Thailand The tiny little ant on the windowsill of that boat didn't need to be concerned about where the boat was heading. It was just doing it's thing. Being busy like the ants are. In the same way I don't need to be concerned where life is taking me. I...

When it’s time to rest

Winter Solstice in Ubud, Bali   Whilst they celebrate the longest day of the year at this side of the equator, my body is still living the cycles it's lived for the past 38 years and I'm struggling with extreme tiredness. Being on the road and feeling like a...

Mystery

On a journey to the Tea Country, Sri Lanka The fan is turning. Luca is playing the guitar. I look outside through the window and see a lonely, bright red rose and green leaves, a bright blue sky and a morning full of promises of unpredictable things, including the...

India

Rishikesh   I think I love this place so much because it stirs all kinds of emotions in me. It challenges what I'm used to. It puts me face to face with myself. Looking myself in the eyes and see all the things I try to push aside, things I don't like. On one...

The only consistent thing in life is change

The smell of Finnish pine forest.The silence and the slower pace of moving from A to B. Sauna.  There is generally a day or two that I feel like a tourist in my home country, until some senses get reawakened from the deep sleep. Then I feel like I've just...

The Lotus Pose

One of the things I learned in India, was how incredibly useful it is to sit cross-legged. Everything over there is geared up for sitting in this position. I don't remember seeing many chairs anywhere. All the restaurants I ate in had floor cushions and low tables, as...

Why I chose to teach Yoga

This is me doing a Yoga on a beach in India, and those are my friends who I met there. Only a few months ago I was almost immobile due to chronic back pain, sciatica and nerve damage to my left side. I tried all sorts of treatments. I did everything I could think of,...

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