This is it!

Listen to the article and/or read below. The mindful path encourages us to abide in the present moment, understanding that being pre-occupied with what could happen in the future and holding onto the past, is the cause for many issues arising in our mind and life. We...

Mindfulness and Insomnia

Mindfulness invites us to watch dispassionately how the mind gets caught in the gap between how things are and how we want them to be. That is all. Just watch. Let go of everything.

MINDFULNESS AND THE ENTREPRENEUR

MINDFULNESS AND THE ENTREPRENEUR

It was only when I reconnected with my regular mindfulness practice, something that had fallen by the wayside along with my commute, that I was able to see through the self-induced storm and stay focused on the goal ahead.

Mindfulness and Cycling

The awareness we develop on the bike can help us to detach ourselves from desire, regain perspective, escape entrenched thought patterns and view ourselves and the world more objectively. It’s raining. It’s cold. This hill is steep. The bike is working normally. No value judgements, no good or bad, right or wrong. The moment is sufficient unto itself.

Mindfulness Practices for Urban Dwellers

Mindfulness Practices for Urban Dwellers

by Keri Badach If you are an urban dweller, you can probably relate to the chaos that comes with city living. We are constantly surrounded by all kinds of distractions coming at us from every direction and assaulting all our senses. How do we get calm in the midst of...

Clear Water

With mindful meditation, the key is being able to patiently dwell in the moment and let whatever judgements and commentary pass, the mud in our mind settles and with patience, the clear-water of our mind will arise naturally.

Mindfulness for all Ages

Mindfulness for all Ages

by Daniel Fulton I’m taken by the idea that our ability to be awake, to the present, to be mindful, is something that whilst coming naturally to small children, becomes increasingly difficult as the demands and complexities of modern life build up. Adam Ford’s simple...
Mindfulness and Physiotherapy

Mindfulness and Physiotherapy

For me, the need to be ‘in the present moment’ is vital so that I can keep up with the pace of the diary, as well and being able to create a therapeutic bond with every person that comes in to my room.

Meditate for Inner and Outer Beauty

Meditate for Inner and Outer Beauty

Having a peaceful mind is the main cause for inner and outer beauty, since a positive mindspace is the key to seeing yourself and the world around you from a fresh, new perspective

Why a Silent Retreat?

The benefits of keeping silence during the retreat is that you can go deeper into your experience, have more concentration and less distraction in the breaks between the meditation sessions.

Mental Health

Mental Health – Encouraging our Mind to be Present.