An Extract from my blog, Mindfulness in the Real World: The Art of Mindful Living. Image: Daisa TJ The Conditioned Mind: Living Beneath the Veil. If we could only remove our veil, we would see an unfiltered version of reality. Generally speaking, we humans, despite sharing many common attributes, each have our own unique 'version' … Continue reading The Conditioned Mind: Living Beneath the Veil.
Self Portrait (Still Life?) 2017 John Kerry-WilliamsMixed Media: Oil Pastel, collage and inks. I thought it was about time I shed some light on what has driven me to begin writing these blogs. Here I speak candidly about my struggles with poor mental health, and how an unexpected journey into spirituality helped me overcome my … Continue reading This Time It’s Personal
Original Artwork: John Kerry-Williams In my last blog You Are Not Your Mind I touched upon the impact of capitalism and our subservient relationship with it. In this blog I want to reiterate the cruciality of re-shaping our consciousness in order to see through the sly and seductive capitalist structures, and strive for a more … Continue reading On Capitalism: We don’t have to bite the hand that feeds us, but it is possible to eat elsewhere.
Image design: John Kerry-Williams Imagine the world if every human could see through the veil of their mind and honour who they really are beyond name and form. Imagine a world with an abundance of love, forgiveness and compassion; a world that sees humanity reconnected with its primary spiritual purpose of being, and the … Continue reading You Are Not Your Mind.
Image design: John Kerry-Williams "You are much closer to spirituality than you think". It would take me many years before I would begin to 'awaken', spiritually speaking. In a future post, I may touch more upon my personal spiritual journey. I certainly don't claim to be an enlightened being - far from it. As an … Continue reading On Spirituality…
by John Kerry-Williams. Image design: John Kerry-Williams By learning to honour the Present Moment, we can free ourselves from the burden of everyday frustrations that can soon lead to suffering in the form of anxiety and depression. In practicing Presence, we become reacquainted with the powerful and joyful essence of our being, as we realise … Continue reading The Time is Now.