More Perspectives on Time

20 10, 2023

Is “Doing Nothing” a Good Use of Your Time?


I was recently asked this question and here is my response: Step back and ask: How can someone “do nothing”? That is to separate yourself from the breathing, thinking and general living. Is that nothing?Is that not you?Indeed, who then is the “You” that is doing this nothing? The key point [...]

Is “Doing Nothing” a Good Use of Your Time?2023-10-20T08:22:18+01:00
3 06, 2022

Time as a Conversation on Possibility


Reading time: 2 minutes Aside from a call or two, I set aside most of my Fridays to catching up with myself. This morning started in the early hours with a reflection on the week followed by Yoga Nidra. I then really felt called to slow down even further in [...]

Time as a Conversation on Possibility2024-04-08T17:36:36+01:00
5 04, 2022

Does Time = Experience?


Reading time: 2 minutes The question for us all is can we alter our experience of what we see as less meaningful activities and create more positive and memorable moments? How we perceive time has a significant impact on our day-to-day lives and more broadly on public policy. Research suggests [...]

Does Time = Experience?2024-04-08T17:31:28+01:00
30 03, 2022

Is Your Morning Routine Serving Your Day?


My mother always used to say “Start as you mean to continue”. The wonderful gift we receive each morning is a blank canvas on which to paint our day. So, I’m curious, what are the first things you put on that canvas? In short, what is your morning routine? Some [...]

Is Your Morning Routine Serving Your Day?2023-08-30T08:51:49+01:00
22 03, 2022

Can Time be Lost?


The question of “Can time be lost?” came up recently in conversation. The feeling was that once you lose control over how you “spend” your time it is in essence lost. The examples given were being stuck in traffic or kept waiting for an appointment. Clearly very few of us would [...]

Can Time be Lost?2024-04-08T17:29:24+01:00
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