• Fe Robinson

Being nature

I was recently reminded of a beautiful meditation from the late Thich Naht Hahn. It is simple, and elegant, and for me has a significant effect on my bodymind.


Breathing in, I am a flower. Breathing out, I am fresh.

With each breath, repeat Flower:Fresh,


Breathing in, I am a mountain. Breathing out, I am solid.

With each breath, repeat Mountain:Solid,


Breathing in, I am still water. Breathing out, I am calm.

With each breath, repeat Still Water:Calm,


Breathing in, I am space. Breathing out, I am free.

With each breath, repeat Space:Free


Just typing it has opened my chest, and left a smile on my face. Enjoy!





Recent Posts

See All

The truth about unwanted arousal

This is an important talk for anyone affected by sexual abuse, as a survivor, or if you work in the criminal justice or social work sectors. Our bodies are not controlled by our minds. We have many p

Gabor Mate on addiction and attachment

Here’s a short clip of Gabor Mate talking about addiction, which he defines as “any behaviour that a person finds relief from and therefore craves in the short term, but suffers negative consequences