When I was a young boy, a favourite uncle, who was quite old, said to me, “You always feel young, inside, you know…”
It’s a sentiment I’ve heard many times. I knew it to be true – from the look in the eyes of those who said it, despite the lines of time on their faces. But now, to experience it in my sixties, is sobering and refreshing at the same time.
In the Silent Eye, we put forward a method – really a journey – which takes each person on anindividualpath towards what we might call ‘a place of summer’ within themselves. The journey concentrates, initially, on what life and our choices have made of us. We look, with honesty… and sometimes grit, at what we have become. The desire for this may take place later in our lives, when the energy of youthful excess has had…
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