Knowing our place – a systemic perspective

  Within our healthy relationships, we have a place that ‘feels right’. A place where we have a sense of belonging, can ‘play our part’ and instinctively know how to be in relationship. The same goes for our personal lives – for example, in our families where we always have a place – as well […]

Endings need just as much attention as beginnings


We are often better at handling endings in our families than we are within the organisational setting. From a systemic perspective, a healthy organisation finds a way to include all of its history, and those that made a contribution to it, as part of the narrative. This enables employees to connect to the very roots […]

Mastering Systemic Facilitation

When I had the privilege of working with Ruud Knaapen’s herd of horses in The Netherlands, as part of my Systemic Mastery Facilitator training, I discovered where my emerging future is beckoning me… Systemic Mastery…a different perspective Recently, I was in Amsterdam as part of my Systemic Mastery Facilitator training. On the course, we had the […]

Is it time to wake up?

I know how to be busy, being busy! And whilst that can be a productive (and often satisfying) way of being – it’s not always our most energising and life affirming. Over the past few years, I’d been experiencing a consistency of messages and gentle nudges coming to me (from lots of sources) and frankly, […]

Discovering Your Soul Journey

Soul Journey

Wow. I’ve just completed an awesome 3 days with Nic Askew, from Soul Biographies, where I have had the opportunity to reach into my deeper being and allow my soul journey to be seen and ‘speak to me’ – in the suspense of time that was beautifully held. Soul Journey does sound a bit of an […]

Blogging: What’s the Point?

Getting to grips with blogging – even with expert help and lots of encouragement – isn’t something I found easy. I’d agree to create no-end of content and come up with the same excuse “I didn’t have time”. It’s something I hear from my own coaching clients and it’s usually a sign something’s not quite […]