White Beach, Tasmania

roraing beach

Roaring Beach surf at dusk - Wedge Island in the background

So, now we have settled in for winter at White Beach, Tasmania.

We are house sitting at www.hapersonthebeach.com

In actuality, we are dog sitting Rory and Lily, the two Labradors that live here.

Its a wonderful opportunity for us to do some study and meditation retreat. Its quiet and clean and located mid-way along a 2km white crescent beach on the Tasman Peninsula in the south-east of Tasmania near Port Arthur.

There are some spectacular locations nearby, on the ocean side and on the Derwent Channel side. Roaring Beach was a surprise, facing south-west into the Great Southern Ocean and has a regular north-east wind blowing offshore. This creates astonishingly good surf in a south-west swell.

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Last Days in Melbourne

Nes Mowing

Nes cutting grass using ride-on

Ed FireBunker

Ed working concrete in fire bunker

We are on our way to Tasmania again. Been in Melbourne for two months with our dear friends Nicholas and Susan on their property, Hazeldell, in the Dandenong Ranges.

The underground fire bunker Nicholas designed is almost complete and we were able to help with the concrete pour for that life saver in bushfires. We also spent some time minding the boys, Charlie and Alexander, and also Minty the cat and Goldy the dog. Nes had a first time experience twice: cutting the grass using a ride-on grass cutter and painting the inside of one of the houses on the property.

Its so nice to share space and time with Nicholas and Susan and see how they help so many people in their business, Institute of Heart Intelligence: http://eq.net.au/

Next stop is a house sit in Carlton River, Tasmania, on the way to Port Arthur. We really enjoy Tassie, the climate and people. The air is clean, the water crystal and the food is exceptional in freshness and taste. Its great to be back!

First Meditation Class at Richmond, Tasmania

Richmond Meditation Series

First Class - Richmond Meditation Series

This is the first class from the Richmond, Tasmania meditation classes. The classes were conducted over the weekend of 23 and 24 October, 2010 at the Richmond Town Hall. Everyone had a nice time.

 

Learn to Meditate in Richmond, Tasmania

 

Learn to Meditate flier

Learn to Meditate, Richmond, Tasmania.

 

We are running free Learn to Meditate classes in Richmond, Tasmania. Classes start at 10:00 am on Saturday 23 and 24 October in the Richmond Town Hall.

The purpose of meditation is to make our minds calm and peaceful. Currently our minds are used to roaming around from one thing to another, constantly moving. We have very little control. It’s through learning to meditate that we can gain control of our minds and our lives. We become better people, more able to help others, and ourselves.

In addition, meditation helps reduce stress and anxiety, which leads to better health and higher levels of happiness. A daily meditation practice enables new ways of thinking, insights, and genuine creative thought.

Come along and join us, it’s FREE.

To register, phone 0458 612 277

Richmond, Tasmania

Missy the Smithfield from Richmond, Tasmania

Missy with Nes and Ed

We are in Richmond Tasmania, about 30 minutes from Hobart. Richmond is an old colonial town with many stone buildings from the early to mid 19th century. Its a popular tourist destination because people like to connect with the past and many of the buildings have been nicely restored and made functional. The oldest Anglican and Catholic churches are here and the oldest bridge, which was built by convicts in 1823.

We are house and dog minding for six weeks while the owners, Jan and Marjan are in France for a holiday. Missy, the pure bred Smithfield, gets two walks per day and loves to swim in the river and round up the ducks. Its the beginning of spring and Wattle is in blossom all over, creating a beautiful fragrance in the air.

Hobart

Nes+ed+Brownwen

Preparing food in Hobart for our hosts

Arrived in Hobart three days ago. Friend Bronwen from Melbourne is with us.

Looking for long term accommodation and venues to teach success using ancient wisdom of the East. The principles of prosperity and well-being are timeless and universal. They are the key to unlocking the hidden potential in business and your life. We will be teaching this wisdom as an evening course in Hobart over the next few weeks.

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