Like everyone here in the UK we are really excited by Johanna Konta’s progress in Wimbledon this year; she’s the first woman singles tennis player to reach the semi-finals since 1978. The media  have been struck by Johanna’s use of the word process in her game. Last year in a …

  Well, here’s the thing. There is no such thing as a ‘boring’ task. No, really. Think about it for a moment. The task in itself can’t be boring… it just is. A task comes up, it needs doing and is intrinsically connected to moments before and after it. Each …

You may have recently watched Mo Gawdet’s interview with Channel 4, which outlines his formula for happiness. A great watch, although you might be surprised to hear that there is nothing new in it. In short, it says: “Happiness is equal to or greater than the events of your life, …

Meditation practice is about learning to look and observe. We don’t use our eyes though; we use our conscious awareness which is developed and cultivated through practice. Knowing the ‘world’ this way towards discovery are the new eyes Proust describes: “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new …