You'll find a smorgasbord of stuff on the website: meditations, and audio, video and written posts that share a general theme - meeting ourselves where we are - and that's sometimes the last thing we want to do, so it can take a bit of practice.
I suggest you come to the meditations with the spirit of an explorer... Sometimes it feels as though there are beautiful vistas and the sounds of songbirds and sometimes it feels as though there are relentless boggy swamps and the toast lands buttered side down. But it's all part and parcel of the life of an explorer and at least you know you're alive when you're sat in the middle of it, steadfastly allowing whatever turns up. Sometimes life IS boggy swamps and toast landing buttered side down... and sometimes it's numbing ourselves to avoid tricky bits (we're human, that's what we do - knowing that we are numbing ourselves to avoid tricky bits is a great place to start).
We practice sitting with all of it.
We may come to realise that the scenery and the toast aren't actually the full story. And wouldn't it be glorious if we understood that we don't have to take it all quite so seriously?...
I haven't prettified the meditations or talks or edited them to make them sound perfect. That would be an unfair reflection of the reality of the adventure that we're embarking on. I don't plan what I'm going to say and I don't make any notes, I just go with what turns up. So it's all very human. Just like you. Just like me.
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I am a fellow explorer. The greatest explorer in your life is you. You can follow maps that other people have drawn but there will always come a point when the map is no longer of any use and we simply have to put it down, look up, and navigate our own way.
Enjoy the ride :)