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Our Journal is filled with recipes, philosophical musings, tools to be a better human, tips for travel, meditation, yoga as well as the latest special offerings and events from The Broad Place

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    The Creative Process – Refinement

    We have been working for 12 months on designing, refining, polishing, sanding and adding new architecture to The Broad Place. These changes will be unveiled in stages from later this year, and our existing and new meditation students are in for some serious treats.Read More

    All Those Thoughts – Which To Choose

    In a sea of 80,000-90,000 thoughts a day it’s challenging to know which are helpful, real, genuine, creative and which are crap. We are literally bombarded daily with observations, negativity, desires, wants, shame etc, and that’s just what’s going on inside, let alone what is beingRead More

    Free From The Known – The Truth Of Things

    “If you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what you are undergoes a transformation” Krishnamurti We are currently in luscious Kerala, and I’m leading a group through our Indian Retreat. There is talk daily of the processes thatRead More

    The Futility Of Plans – What Choice Will You Make?

    We have been soaking in life in India with its every detail since we arrived. Literally soaking, as it hasn ‘t stopped raining since we arrived in Kabini, which is on a huge river two hours from Mysore. There have been pauses where weRead More

    Diwali Evening at The Broad Place

    “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that” Martin Luther King, Jr. Diwali is a special celebration in India, celebrated with light – to  symbolise when light wins over darkness. For me personally this can mean many things includingRead More

    Q. What Will The Future Look Like?

    A. The Best Parts Of The Present I read this moving article over the weekend. My little brother is seriously disabled, and I am well aware of the challenges that families raising children with physical and mental challenges face. It’s ongoing, brutal and beyond anything youRead More