There is a limited amount of time

between the stages in life

childhood………adolesence………. maturity

Milestones that connect and overlap

Threaded dimentions interlocking with other human emotional stages


Repeated painful cycles periodically occuring

over and over

through stages of life that we cannot understand


No proof of their existence

No denial of their existence

Only self testimony after realisation of their existence


If only the badge we place upon ourselves could be changed

We could feel like the goal keeper

Like those who found the warrior within

who learned control




Leaving for Siberia

Clouds IMG_20160515_082113.jpg

“For a friend”

The coming  mindful winter

brought on due to

circumstances at a point in time

offers a solitary existence

where peace can be restored

Thoughts of Siberia

bring clarity

from sensory overload

Where natures voice projects hypnotic sound waves

in a place of exile

The vast canvas becomes imbued with pale colours

as the wave reaches the summit

Self imposed


creates a block out from past events

The mind exists in another dimension

Oblivion becomes the saviour

New research

New research from Monash Uni Physiology department


Yo-yo dieting and sugary drinks impacting on memory
Monash BDI’s Associate Professor Zane Andrews has received media coverage in two separate stories. An article on Times News Online focused on Associate Professor Andrews’ recent yo-yo dieting research published in Cell Reports in February. He also provided expert commentary on recent research which suggests that sugary drinks appear to have a significant impact on memory in animals, published in The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and more.



a state of being aware of surroundings

or the perception  of existence


The ebb and flow of the tide

assimilating thoughts with presence


Without human intervention

there can be emptiness

Spend time reflecting alone

drifting on calm transparency


Allow yourself to fracture time

with the carriage of another

perceptive human



share your niche





The prefrontal cortex covers the frontal lobe of your brain -when you activate this area by a simple meditation you can achieve self control of negative thoughts changing your life.

This can be achieved with simple breathing exercises – similar to yoga (without the exercise). I am a firm believer that this technique is extremely beneficial to everyone.

This was taught to me 3 months ago and I have used it during times of lets say annoyance at other people and I have to deal with a lot of people 5 days a week!

It has allowed me to stop for a brief amount of time and deal with situations, in a way that is less stressful to myself.




Try these simple steps:

Breathe in and out

Allow yourself to listen and think of  the next breath -(this takes practice but in time can be achieved at any moment)

Breathe in and feel the air filling your lungs-

Feel the expansion of your chest and diaphragm –

Then breathe out –

Feel the air move from your lungs and out through your mouth or nose (whichever is most comfortable for you)

(Your mind will wander with thoughts of daily stress or commitments etc)

When thoughts drift –

concentrate and bring your thoughts back to a breath –

Concentrate on the sensation of the rise and fall of your chest –

Think of the diaphragm expanding and contracting –

The feel of the air entering your body


This is your moment!


Take 5 minutes or however long in your day to create your breath time

Reactivate your mind!