Miss Natalie Peatfield

Natalie Peatfield

A blogger exploring ideas of positive psychology, spiritual practice and evolving with a lightness of heart and spirit.

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Forgiveness, Gratitude, Tomayto, Tomahto
Forgiveness, Gratitude, Tomayto, Tomahto

On my 30th birthday, I received the gift that every girl dreams of, well ok maybe not every girl, maybe just this girl and a few others I know. It arrived on that unusually sunny February morning in England, »

On my 30th birthday, I received the gift that every girl dreams of, well ok maybe not every girl, maybe just this girl and a few others I know. It arrived on that unusually sunny February morning in England, gift wrapped in an airmail envelope. I must have sensed at some level that its contents were of a rare and mystical quality, because I opened it as if in possession of the holy grail itself. Inside..

Miss Natalie Peatfield · August 29th, 2017

Miss Natalie Peatfield · August 29th, 2017

Mighty Oaks
Mighty Oaks

...from little acorns grow. In Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert quotes the Zen Buddhists who believe (in short) that the oak tree creates the acorn with its longing to exist. My future self read this and »

...from little acorns grow. In Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert quotes the Zen Buddhists who believe (in short) that the oak tree creates the acorn with its longing to exist. My future self read this and laughed. A little smugly if you ask me. She's such a know it all. In her defence, I did send her calls to voicemail for a very long time. Because I was born, as I believe we all are, with a bold and..

Miss Natalie Peatfield · August 29th, 2017

Miss Natalie Peatfield · August 29th, 2017

In Celebration of More
In Celebration of More

The universe is expanding, so says Alvy - Woody Allen's inner child in Annie Hall, and some cosmologists. And while I won't pretend to understand the big bang or string theory or frankly any thing even »

The universe is expanding, so says Alvy - Woody Allen's inner child in Annie Hall, and some cosmologists. And while I won't pretend to understand the big bang or string theory or frankly any thing even vaguely connected to this proposition, it sure feels true to me. This is the sort of thinking that made making friends difficult for me when I was a teenager. I can still recall the inner panic when..

Miss Natalie Peatfield · August 29th, 2017

Miss Natalie Peatfield · August 29th, 2017