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The next Mindfulness course – Suffolk Coastal

After the partying's over ... there's often a collective sense of grim resignation follows the Xmas holidays. The media has dubbed it 'Blue Monday' and around mid-January 2014 it will turn up as ...

the mindless art of mindful undermining

Here's a link to a humourous article from Tricycle: a cautionary tale of the mindless use of mindfulness languaging in order to undermine one's partner http://ow.ly/prVh9

Working with Thoughts

Working with Thoughts For the purpose of meditation, nothing is particularly worth thinking about: not our childhood, not our relationships, not the great novel we always wanted to write. This does not mean ...

Mindfulness Drop-in evening

Hello It's the first Wednesday of the month; a reminder that this is 'Drop-in Mindfulness' evening @ The Windmill Natural therapy Centre, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP123AW, from 7pm. Graduates from my previous 8 week ...

The Self in Self-Help

Most human beings spend their lives battling with opposing inner forces: what they think they should do versus what they are doing; how they feel about themselves versus how they are; whether they ...

Announcing the next 8 week Mindfulness course – September, Woodbridge, Suffolk

An 8 week Mindfulness Practice training course - has attracted the National Institute for clinical excellence, NICE, approval as an evidence-based 'treatment of choice' for relapse prevention for depression. Modelled as it is ...

Training the Mind

Training the Mind Training involves not just one single method but many methods. It's like building a huge airplane. It takes so many pieces that all have to fit together to make it ...

Gaining Insight from Obstacles

Gaining Insight from Obstacles Using meditation or therapy to try to shut down parts of our experience is ultimately counterproductive. We do not have to be afraid of entering unfamiliar territory once we ...

The In-between State

The In-between State Anxiety, heartbreak, and tenderness mark the in-between state. It's the kind of place we usually want to avoid. The challenge is to stay in the middle rather than buy into ...

Harnessing Difficult Situations – mindfulness of the messiness of life

Harnessing Difficult Situations Your practice should be strengthened by the difficult situations you encounter, just as a bonfire in a strong wind is not blown out, but blazes even brighter. - Dilgo Khyentse ...