Rambling Yogi

Resources to enrich your mind, body and soul

Get out of your head and into your heart. Think less, feel more.

Osho

Welcome to Rambling Yogi. This site is my space for sharing ideas, tools and experiences that help to build your capacity to thrive in life.


  • Old habits die hard

    Old habits die hard

    What happens when you fail; when you regress back into an old habit that you’re trying to kick. Do you give up, wave the white flag and tell yourself you didn’t really care that much anyway or do you dust yourself off, reassess and get back in the game. Let’s face it we all fail at things […]

  • A whole new year

    A whole new year

    Without letting go there can be no new space. Without space there can be no change. Without change there can be no growth. People often set new years resolutions in the hope of achieving some sort of self improvement. Whether it be a health goal, a financial goal or perhaps just an all round I’m going […]

  • 2015 blog review – what a year it has been

    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,300 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]

  • Christmas Sunrise

    Christmas Sunrise

      The last time I watched the sunrise on this beach I was standing next to my dad. We marvelled at the moment by moment transitioning beauty that was unfolding before us and then before we knew it the marvellous colours had faded and the sun had risen for another day. As we sat on […]

  • Lessons of 2015

    Lessons of 2015

    With great challenges come great lessons. While this year has been one the most heart breaking and challenging periods in my life thus far I can honestly say that I have also never felt more alive, capable and on purpose. I want to share my big lessons from this year in the hope that they enrich […]

  • See the person not the disability

    See the person not the disability

    Today is international day of people with a disability and I’d like to share a story that was shared with me when I first started working at Scope.   A few years ago, a colleague of Scope was travelling by train to a business meeting in the city. He planned to catch the train to […]

In discipline comes freedom

Aristotle