How to zoom mindfully

Join us online for regular mindfulness practice group sessions hosted by Zoom. Getting started is easy and the participation fee is minimum – with all profits during lockdown going to charity.   What happens  We practice mindful meditations and exercises in small, supportive group sessions. These meditation sessions are open to any age, ability and current…

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Mindfulness in 2020 | My top 10 resolutions for a mindful new year

The lovely patΓ© and brie glow I seem to have acquired over Christmas is now slowly fading; along with late-starts in the morning and the abundance of tiny chocolate treats throughout the day. 2020 has arrived and is desperate for our attention. So, in this brief but welcomed first weekend in January, I find myself making plans for…

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Stress

We all know this word very well with the modern demands that continuously chap at our doors. I want to talk about it today, reflecting on my own journey with stress, but also sharing some insights, revelations and my appreciation for stress….YES…i did say appreciation. We all experiences stress, from the minute we wake up…

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The Guest House

This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and entertain them all!! Even if they’re a crowd of sorrows, who violently sweep your house empty of its furniture, still, treat each guest honourably. He or she may…

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Mindful Tip

Mindfulness Tip of the Day : The knee hug. Begin in a relaxed and comfortable position lying on your bed or yoga mat. Support your neck with a pillow. Bend your legs and bring them into your chest. Hold them but avoid pulling them. Keep your spine long pressing each vertebra onto the floor. Avoid…

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Mindfulness Tip

Mindfulness tip of the day. Grounding. Notice five things that you can see. Look around you and bring your attention to five things that you can see. Pick something that you don’t normally notice, like a shadow or a small crack in the concrete. Notice four things that you can feel. Bring awareness to four…

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Day In Mindfulness

Its 6 am, the Alarm goes off, my 3 and half year old is up. “Daddy!!” he bellows. The same first words every day. I get up and quickly tend to my son and sort my wife with a cuppa. I find that my panicked mind awakes like a plane engine. So quickly jump into…

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