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“Empty your mind… empty yourself…you are nothing and nowhere… just floating in the embrace of the universe…” It is a nice idea and one I have heard at the start of many a meditation… and in meditation, such a vision … Continue reading

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Robbie Cheadle’s #PoetryReadathon – Touching the Sun: Mystical Poetry by Steve Tanham

Reblogged from Robbie’s Inspiration: What Amazon says In this collection of mystical poems, Steve Tanham, founding director of the Silent Eye, explores his personal relationship between the soul and the sun. Plotting its course through the seasonal round, we can … Continue reading

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An Alchemical Moment ~ Jordis Fasheh

Jordis Fasheh, a friend and Companion of the School, tells how she found the Silent Eye at a pivotal point in her personal journey. At the moment when the Silent Eye officially came into being, Jordis was the first to … Continue reading

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A journey with the Silent Eye ~ Anne Copeland

Anne Copeland, a Companion of the Silent Eye, writes of her journey with the School: I came across The Silent Eye Mystery School quite by accident, if anything can be truly considered an accident. I have studied a lot of … Continue reading

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Replay – …oh, sweet Blogging, why do I LUV thee… let me count the ways… Guest post from Seumas Gallacher

This year I have been privileged to have a number of writers as my guests and as we approach Christmas, I thought it would be good to share their posts again. In January I had the pleasure of handing over … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Alienora Browning

FROM HELLISH BREAKDOWN TO HILARIOUS BREAKTHROUGH: THE BIRTH OF ‘LONG-LEGGETY BEASTIES’  by Alienora Taylor In November 2003, I had a breakdown – and was off work for six months as a result. I realised then that both teaching and key … Continue reading

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