After lunch today I went walking through the mist that had descended over the valley where I live. I was accompanied by my little black cat (no one had told him that he isn’t a dog!) I could just make out the silhouettes of a few trees and bushes immediately in front of me, all … Continue reading Hibernation

Reflections for the New Year@

In winter the daylight hours are much shorter than in summer. Consequently there is less energy for us to absorb into our bodies. So we naturally feel lower on energy at this time of year. Instead of pushing ourselves to do more and more, which can lead to depression, anxiety, and illness, we can instead … Continue reading Reflections for the New Year@