On the day of the London 7/7 bombings, Premsri Kaur decided to depart from her normal routine and take the carriage at the end of the train. What followed gave her an experience of inner strength and peace that shows the true meaning of the warrior as one who conquers her inner worrying. Be inspired by this remarkable, heartfelt story.
Regally Graceful™ Teleseminars
Here you'll find podcast recordings of the previous Regally Graceful™ Teleseminars on many topics which impact our daily living such as food, health, well-being, combining family and career and merging passion and profession... It's all free so enjoy...
What is the duty of a representative of a community? How do we resolve situations where interests collide? What is the difference between power and force? What is the common unity that holds a community together?
On this episode we speak with Simon Hughes, Liberal Democrat MP who for over 25 years has served the people of the culturally and economically diverse Central London district of N. Southwark and Bermondsey - a typically Labour voting area. Simon has a long standing track record of integrity and effectiveness. Let's see what we can learn which will empower us to be better members of our own global interconnected communities.
Alison Mortlock began experimenting with making showercaps as a creative time-out from raising her two small children. When she discovered the demand for her stylish product she realised the opportunity to regain her identity as a professional women without the guilt of having to leave her children in daycare. Today she heads Dilly Daydream, a rapidly growing business which puts a touch of style into this neglected niche of truly intimate and very regal apparel.
Skill Force in raising the standards of achievement amongst youngsters often incorrectly labelled as "problem children". Sharing his passion for life, self-discipline and inner strength he guides us to look at what we have inside us and how we can best serve our community for the well-being of all.
Nadia Narain, a highly successful international yoga teacher, runs the Pregnancy Teacher Training Programme at Triyoga, London's premier yoga centre. Her expertise in preparing women for pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood has led many to enjoy the changes in their bodies as they get ready for the new role that they are taking on. She encourages people to become strong and build their self-confidence so that they feel secure and calm.
Randolph Hodgson is the owner of the award winning Neal's Yard Dairy, champion of British Farmhouse Cheeses, and one of the pioneers in rejuvenating Borough Market. For almost 30 years Randolph has been at the forefront of changing how we appreciate the way our food is made and sold, and producing a culture of excellence by involving both the customer and the producer. He leads the way with his passion for quality, his dedication to raising the whole calibre of the food chain not only in the taste, but also in our responsibility for our agriculture and countryside, and his outstanding and inclusive approach to retailing.
David Erdal leads the way in inspiring companies to belong to their employees. Sharing responsibility and ownership allows people to work together for the common good rather than one working for the other for the better benefit of one and the survival of the other. David, author of Local Heroes, which tracks the journey of a Scottish seafood company now owned by its employees, is passionate people breaking out of the Us v Them mentality and offers very pracitcal solutions for doing so.
Nick Fleming has spent the last 10 years photographing the daily lives of spiritual communiites, principally in Northern India. He's integrated into them so that he becomes seen but not noticed, thus given him unique access, insights and experience. Nick photographs people in their glory and places in their majesty, in stark contrast to most photo-journalism we are exposed to today.
Business and art are just the foundation for this truly inspiring with Sevak Singh Khalsa, a Phoenix-based glass, metal and mixed media artist with an astute sense of business and wise perspective on life. Don't miss the top tips for aspiring artists about 2/3 of the way through. Click "listen now" for the podcast page...
- Making Your Life Yours with Christine Hassler Author of Twenty-Something, Twenty-Everything
- Beauty in Your Hands with Linda Bloomfield, Potter, Entrepeneur, Mother, Wife
- Changing to Commitment with Guru Kaur, founder of Regally Graceful™
- Being A Woman, Your Greatest Gift with Guru Kaur, founder of Regally Graceful™
- Inspiring Direction with Sean Matthias, Theatre and Stage Director
- Marriage Insights from a Divorce Lawyer with Holly Fulton of Head, Moss & Fulton
- Slow Food and Eating Well with Lydon Gee, London-based Writer, Chef and Food Critic
- Living the Creative Life with Katrina Burnett of Finchcocks Musical Museum
- Sleep Well, Work Well, Live Well with Caroline Bodger, founder of White Cloud Trading