Monthly Archives: March 2016

Finding water

With almost 75% of the surface of our planet covered in water, it is essential for life.  Our bodies are composed of an average of 60% water*.  We can go 3 days without water, although many critical body functions start to suffer much sooner than this (including the ability to think clearly), so it’s imperative to find […]

Gypsy well the next day

Polaris, The Plough & Cassiopeia

How to use stars to find north

Probably the simplest way to use the stars to find north is by finding Polaris, also known as the Pole Star or the North Star.  Polaris isn’t a particularly bright star but it has the distinct advantages of being over the north pole and not appearing to move in the night sky, 2 features that we […]

Radio Interview on ‘Who Cares Wins’

I recently took part in an internet based radio interview ‘Who Cares Wins’ where Jayne Dunsbee and I talked to Angela Brier-Stephenson about the mindfulness retreats we’re running later this year.  It was great fun to do and I hope that comes over in the interview. You can listen to it here.

Who cares wins radio interview