Where do you draw the line?

Where is the line between looking after others and looking after ourselves?The other day I hosted my free virtual hangout, Coffee with Anna, and we pondered some interesting questions…

I’m pretty sure it’s safe to say that we all wish to be compassionate and kind, and at the same time we want to look after ourselves so that we feel good within ourselves.

But think about this…

Where is the line between being compassionate and being a push over? [Read more…]

How to get in flow

How to be in flow - art from the heartGet in flow! Get in flow! Get in flow!

We all want to get in flow – to BE in flow – because this is when we are in our highest place of alignment, it’s when things just.work, it’s when we’re in the most joy, and most importantly it’s when we just.feel.good.

But sometimes it feels like we’re just missing the mark.

In between kid wrangling, partner wrangling, house wrangling, and let’s face it – wrangling ourselves around all this – we just kind of lose the plot.  [Read more…]

The Lone Wolf Muse, and some questions to ask in meditation

The Freedom You Seek Is All In Your Mind - Lone Wolf MeditationYou can’t rely on ANYONE except yourself.

Oh yeah, it’s NICE, and in fact AWESOME to have a support network.

You are familiar with the phrase, “It takes a village to raise a child.” Well how about this: It takes a village FULL STOP.

But I KNOW that in this modern world where we are so separated from who we are and who we were and those around us, that we can NOT rely on ANYONE but ourselves. And what’s more, I strangely encourage this line of thinking to pull you UP and OUT and IN to the next version of your self.

Because get this: The freedom you seek is all in your mind. [Read more…]

Listen Now: Background Meditation Music Track

Background meditation music, yoga music, relaxation musicI am SO loving creating background meditation music.

If you’ve been following me for a while, then you might know I’m a musician by trade.

I went to a couple of top music institutions to get a degree in music – which honestly, qualifies me for nothing! BUT it’s the process that counts, right?

I learned from amazing teachers and performers, participated in countless masterclasses with the best flute players in the world, travelled to UK and EU to attend more summer schools and masterclasses with some amazing flautists, and then – realised I did not want to be an orchestral musician or soloist!  [Read more…]