Liminal Luminous

The shining threshold
Disability/Chronic Illness

Miminalist in mind

I love the aesthetic of minimalism, and the principles behind it, the idea of keeping space in your life, both physically, mentally and practically. It ties in with the concept of surrender and not-grasping, which is something I try to do, surrender to God and not to grasp onto life, trying to will it into […]

Living well Mental health

No firm plans…

Part of the problem with this blog, my continual process of starting and stopping, is that I am always questioning my identity, my faith and the fundamentals of who I am. This makes it difficult to actually write because I am worried that I haven’t set out who I am and what I want to […]

Mental health Spirituality

Difficult conclusions

I have come to the realisation that I have to spend a lot of time in prayer and contemplation, keeping my focus on the Light at all times. I have to keep my eyes on the higher power, multiple times each day. I decided not so long ago that my morning routine, of yoga, meditation/prayer and […]

Photography

Mushroom trip

In September I joined some friends for a walk mushroom hunting with the National Trust. The mycologist was a real character and looked like he could turn into a mushroom at any point. The walk was too slow for me, with too much standing around, which I’m just not capable off and so my friends […]

Spirituality

Why blog?

Interestingly I wrote this in September and it has taken me till now (December) to post it. Why? Because I went back over the arguments here again and again with myself. Repeatedly. And decided not to do any more blogging here. Then deciding that I should do. No, I should write a book. Then I […]

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!