Liminal Luminous

a wandering, wondering space of devotion, creativity and freedom.
Photography

Somerset

I love Somerset, in fact most of the south-west. It’s so peaceful; I just have to get down there and I immediately feel more relaxed. A photo round up of our trip, I have to say there was a lot of time spent relaxing and reading, which doesn’t make for great photos!  

Living well

Simplicity by the bag load

I am always striving for simplicity, but I find that I can often get so caught up in finding the perfect simple solution that I over complicate my life. Does that make sense? Is that something you do? I have to use a rucksack, because otherwise I quite quickly get shoulder issues. I am ok […]

Spirituality

Broken heart

Last month my husband broke my heart. I mean I ended up sat on the floor sobbing while the dog leaned against me and glowered at him. And what caused this? Well, it was while I was thinking about setting up this site, and how I could create a new beautiful name and persona for […]

Living well

Blissful yoga

I have practiced yoga for over twenty years now, most of it at home on my own, sometimes attending classes and more off than on if I am honest. Since I got sick I have done yoga every morning as a way to help my body heal, gain strength and cope with stress, which has […]

Living well

The secret toll of stress

I have always been a massive stress head. I have learnt to deal with this through yoga, meditation, mindfulness and prayer. I have had to relearn how to react to things. I would love to say that I am an ultra chilled out zen person, but that really isn’t true, but I am a lot […]

creativity Photography Spirituality

Chalice Well

The peace garden; holding silence, stillness and Sacredness. Heavy with prayer and time. A sense Of being out of step with the world; In another place. The well and its water drawing People in to rest and heal in its tranquility. I have been coming to the Chalice Well, and the surrounding area since I […]

Living well

Journeying home

No, this isn’t my home, but is such a sweet little sign and frogs!  Another post, prompted by the retreat at Penhurst led by Pen Wilcock. We were talking about journeys and the idea of coming home and I realised that my journey is a labyrinth, and always has been. To the extent that I […]