One of the side-effects of the recent episode in the history of humanity has been an acceptance of living life one day at a time. Given we ceded our autonomy to a higher authority which has controlled our every movement (or lack of) and so much more, there has been little choice. While stressful for … More A day at a time
I am in the process of collating many of my past writings for a book I am planning to publish. The material is a heady mix of talks I gave 20 or so years ago when I was in the thick of business life, extracts from a diary I kept for during that period in … More Necessity is the mother of invention
‘Time is speeding up’. This is how I have felt for as long as I can remember. Initially, I thought it was because of our growing connectivity through technology. Email had only just been invented when I started work, the internet was basic, most businesses didn’t have a web site, mobile phones were new and … More Many lifetimes in one
It’s extremely heartening to witness the ever increasing number of initiatives at grass roots level around the globe which demonstrate compassion in action. So many people are volunteering to help those who are self-isolated, the elderly, the vulnerable and the lonely. A palpable sense of community is emerging in communities where many didn’t even know … More Compassion in action
First of all, I am not going to refer to ‘it’ by it’s name as that feels like energising it, making it more powerful, giving it too much respect. I will call it ‘Big V’. Also, I am not going to add to what’s already been said, as that’s getting repetitive and, finally, I am … More A moment in time
I have spent much of my professional life building and, I guess, protecting my ‘Fiona Price’ persona, especially when my biggest and longest business (of 17 years) bore my name. So ‘we’ were one from a persona point of view, joined at the hip and it was certainly a mirror image of me in many … More Identity lost and found
I have recently been reviewing some note books from the 1990s which are packed full of insights, affirmations, mantras and wisdom I used to help me deal with the many challenges I faced during this fast moving period of my life, when I was immersed in business in London and sport, as well as trying … More Who am I?
The last 6 weeks have been my worst nightmare on the domestic front – having major work done in the house whilst I am still living in it, something I vowed never to do again after a 2 year renovation project 15 years ago, the discomfort of which has clearly vanished from my memory. In … More Personal sacred space
Recent events have reinforced, for me, the power of connection when we are separated from people we love. We truly are never alone nor separated by more than the distance we imagine and when someone needs us, we can extend our consciousness, our balance and our love to them as if they are right next … More We are not alone..
I have been re-reading a lot of old written material recently, namely, personal workbooks I kept from around 1989 for the following 15 years or so, during part of my career in London when ‘survival’ was the name of the game on a daily basis. The reason for this trip down memory lane was that … More The power of the feminine
I take my safety seriously, especially when travelling. It’s not a lottery. I am responsible for me. I have had my fair share of accidents in the past, in cars and on horses and these, along with other incidents, have prompted a radically different way of thinking and behaving today. For instance, when I was … More It’s all in the mind
The most amazing thing has happened. Lomax is back! You may recall I told you previously about a feral cat that I become very attached to. He fell ill and I nursed him until the end. Through my tears on the last day I asked him to come back to me. I had had this … More The reincarnation of Lomax
In meta-physics ‘quantum’ is the study of reality and the relationship between mind and matter. The term is increasingly popular but also confusing. Though I didn’t always understand what it meant, I have been tapping into a quantum attribute most of my life. In this podcast, I explain how it has helped me in practical … More What is quantum? (podcast)
How we experience nature is a very personal thing. My own connection has been largely a result of a radical change of lifestyle – a metamorphosis from ‘city professional’ to ‘semi-feral’ and born out of necessity. However it happens, it has the power to create an elevated sense of self, heightened consciousness of the world … More Connecting with nature (podcast)
Dowsing with a pendulum has been an amazing tool in my life for over 30 years. Basically, it’s my ‘instinct’ on the end of a piece of string, with the massive advantage that I can actually see it! Given that instinct is the best guidance mechanism we have in life (the subject of another podcast), … More Dowsing with a pendulum – the ultimate ‘smart’ device (podcast)
Whilst enjoying my daily indulgence of coffee and cake in the garden today, I pondered the glorious scene before me. I live in the middle of nowhere with breathtaking beauty all around and, today, nothing could be heard except the tweeting of birds and bleating of newborn lambs. The countryside isn’t always that quiet! Yet … More Timing is everything
Observing my cat, Bryngwyn, got me thinking. My ever present ‘assistant’ was helping me muck out the horses’ stables (in truth, he was more a hindrance, as he buries his pooh in the bed which is difficult to find and otherwise ends up on the bottom of my boot) and went to great lengths to … More A peculiar type of logic
What do you see when you look in the mirror? This is a question I have asked myself for some time. For most of my life, I just saw a face – first thing in the morning looking sleep deprived due to overwork, in business mode with make-up on looking surprisingly glam’, a bit on … More Mirror, mirror?
Using conscious thought to create the life you want and become the master of your own happiness, health, abundance, joy, love, vocation and so much more, is a very big subject. It’s actually the synthesis of my previous podcasts* which contain more of the detail. In many ways, this subject tracks my own spiritual journey … More Consciously creating the life you want (podcast)
A friend experienced neighbour difficulties recently. She was being harassed and it had got to the point where she didn’t want to leave the house, felt physically sick when she saw the neighbours and was contemplating selling. This resonated with me as I have encountered neighbour stress in the past on several occasions and it’s … More Silencing fear
I have always been interested in how the heady mix of our human ‘make-up’, early life experiences and spiritual outlook leads us to be passionate about certain things and often motivates our path through life. A fascination with human behaviour led me to study psychology at university and I later found the human dynamic played … More What makes us who we are?
The internet means we know what’s happening globally in real time and while it seems like things are getting worse, I believe the situation is the opposite. The bad stuff has always been there, it’s just that more of it is coming to light which is necessary in order to deal with it. I follow … More How to help others using the power of thought (podcast)
For 15 years, I abstained from a daily intake of news. I didn’t even have a telly for most of that time. The only connection with a world beyond my own life was a magazine called ‘The Week’ – a 40 minute read which summarised all the key global news from the previous 7 days, … More A love-hate relationship with the news
By definition, balance is something that changes all the time in response to people and the world around us. But once things start to go wrong, life can easily get out of control. So what does it feel like to be balanced and why is it so important, how do you notice when you have … More How to regain your balance and equilibrium when life gets out of control (podcast)
Goodbye Rose, hello Sovereign! Rose has been replaced by veteran ex-dressage horse Sovereign who is 36 years young. I have known about Sovereign from the start of my search for a suitable companion for Talisman, 10 months ago but was reluctant to take him due to his age and the fact he had been in … More Don’t ask, don’t get!
The lovely Rose, Talisman’s sixth companion since last October, has been given her marching orders. So the comic opera continues! Rose was as good as gold for the first few weeks, so much so, that I even bought her some rugs on the basis I had found ‘the one’. There were some issues I was … More Only I can fix me
I believe we have much more control over our body than is commonly understood. If thought has energy (which is proven) and if we can master our thoughts, then it makes sense that we should be able to control our body, our health and our aging process too, despite what we are conditioned to believe. … More How to take charge of your body and your health (podcast)
Something I learned very early on in life is that one of the few things you can count on is change – whether at work, in relationships, health or anything else. The thing that’s so stressful is fear of the unknown, so learning how to handle yourself through the process and making it work for … More Affirmations and how to change your life (podcast)
This is a very big question! For me, spirituality is on a spectrum from practical applications in every day life to full-blown esoteric. My spiritual journey began age 17 and has become an increasingly big part of me as time has gone on. It’s a never-ending pursuit……in this life time and others. There is nothing … More What is spirituality? (podcast)
I’ve always thought carefully about food and nutrition, partly as a means to good health and partly because, having competed in two sports at international level, serious sport requires serious fuel. Life has been full-on in business too, with almost no breaks and very little sleep. So, for me, communing with my food before eating … More Talking to your food (podcast)
We are born fully conscious of our instinct but for most of us, it’s lost through education which trains us to think logically. Yet, instinct is the best ‘sat nav’ we have in life. So how do we re-discover it and hear it over the noise of life and how do we train it to … More Training your instinct (podcast)
Contrary to popular belief, you are not bonkers if you talk to yourself! I have been doing it for years. Narrating your life experience helps you notice what you think about yourself, especially through your reaction to people and situations. And if you don’t like what you think, you can change it. Thought comes before belief, which comes before action. This podcast explains all! … More Narrating your life (podcast)
I have learned that thought has energy, so it can be put to good use for each of us and the world around us. The flip-side is that we have to be mindful of all our thoughts including the ones which aren’t helpful in creating the life we would like. Like any new skill you … More The power of thought (podcast)
A little while ago, I posted on Facebook about animals and spirituality. Incase you missed it, I am going to cover it again and add a little embellishment. It’s too important a subject to let slip into oblivion on my ‘time line’, as the insights I’ve gained have dramatically increased my understanding of animals and … More What my animals have told me
It feels more like spring now, the daffs are out, the lambs are bleating and the temperature has risen. However, following rain of biblical proportions which arrived after an epic melting of the epic snow, the ground is saturated which means grass turnout for the boys has been limited. I am expecting things to change … More Serendipity
Here are a few lines reflecting on my own metamorphosis (especially since moving to the wilds of Wales) – I wrote it as a poem to usher in 2018: Only one thing is certain And that is – life will change. Ups, downs and challenges Will bring the full range. It’s never easy, We … More Metamorphosis
How lovely is it when you count your siblings amongst your best friends… My brother came to stay recently from London, along with his trusted hound who is adept at negotiating the Underground as well as main line trains and, of course, is always a great starting point of conversations with total strangers. I haven’t … More A particular type of madness