Category: Keith on Life

Food is a form of art… da Vinci would be proud!

Creative and imaginative people always expand into new areas of thought.  Where to next for plant-based food? Being vegetarian or vegan has for decades been a part of alternative culture. Now it is becoming quite normal which is great news! The numbers of vegans are growing fast and […]

Aboriginal Sacred Knowledge

Here I interview Tjanara Goreng Goreng, author of the no-holds-barred memoir “A Long Way From No Go” where she reveals in breath-taking honesty why Aboriginal sacred knowledge (how to bring the rain and look after the land) isn’t shared. But also how it could be made possible. What’s […]

Cooking with St Valentine’s

Today is Valentine’s Day and its good to remember the first one which was nearly 2000 years ago in Roman times. Valentine was a priest before Christianity was recognised in Rome and he was imprisoned for his beliefs. But that didn’t stop him performing wonderful miracles. While in […]

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From Malta with Love

Looking for a warm, central location for our world wide team to meet up (from the UK, Europe and Australia), we though where better than Malta? Located in the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta is derived from the words ‘medi’ (middle) and ‘terrain’ (earth) so literally means the […]

The Australian ‘Cooking with Love’ Story

The story of the Australian and UK books starts together. They were both conceived in my mind about 6 years ago (see Cooking with Love Story). The story of the Australian and UK books starts together. They were both conceived in my mind about 6 years ago. Throughout […]

The ‘Cooking with Love’ Story

Four years ago I finally decided to write the book I had been promising myself and everyone else. So I got out my notepad and started writing a few notes, trying to be creative. I soon realised that a blank piece of paper can be quite intimidating. I […]

Keith’s Bear Breakfast and Quiz

For my birthday I was told we were off to the mountains to see snow leopards, bears and red pandas. I thought I was in for a trip to the Himalayas, but after a 20 minute drive we arrived at the Welsh Mountain Zoo in nearby Colwyn Bay. […]

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Om Yoga Magazine Special Report by Keith

It’s great to be in the news, for the right reasons! Om Yoga Magazine recently featured my ‘yoga of food’ article. Read all about it, below. The Yoga of Food (Anna Yoga) By Keith Squires Never before has so much information about food been available through books, the […]

Try-Athlon with Keith

‘Last which shall be first, and there are the first which shall be last’ – Luke 14 verse 30 A few months ago Sandra from Dimensions suggested I could help with the swimming at the Rhyl Triathlon. Seemed a good idea at the time and I did get […]

Keith’s Australian Adventures 1: The Story of the Platypus

Earlier this year we had an amazing trip to Australia. One of the highlights was visiting Healesville Sancuary near Melbourne and it was there I met my first real platypus. The Story of the Platypus We also found a beautiful Aboriginal story about them. Long ago a young […]

Keith’s Food Meditation

Every day we eat but sometimes we may not even taste or remember what we have eaten! My food meditation really helps you bring an awareness back into your eating habits. 1. Start by holding the apple in your hand feel the connection of the fruit with your […]

Diwali Special

Diwali is the festival of the legendary King Rama returning from the forest after an exile of 14 years, the culmination of the great epic story of the Ramayana. Here is one of my favourite stories. King Janaka was on the battlefield, he saw the great army ahead […]

The Art of Forgiveness – St Dennis (Dionysios) of Zante

We often find it hard to forgive, but the anger is just harming ourselves. Recently I found inspiration when we visited the town of Zakynthos, for a day out, and discovered the story of St Dennis of Zante. We visited the cathedral at one end of the seafront […]

My Wedding

On Monday 2nd July 2012, Samia and myself had a delightful wedding at the Dru Centre in North Wales. Don’t worry if you missed it, you can see it all here. Bridesmaids Past and Present This is a picture of my grandmother’s bridesmaids in the 1930’s. A wedding is a great […]

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