You know that somewhat nostalgic feeling you experience when you finally let go of something? Even if it was something you were completely ready to let go? Being present in that experience can enhance your feelings of gratitude and may even show you what’s truly important in your life.
Mindfulness & Meditation
If there was a way to train your mind to be more compassionate and improve relationships, this is it. Metta meditation, also known as lovingkindness meditation, is an ancient practice with modern scientific validation.
Four self-care tips that can help move you from a place of overwhelm to feeling more balanced. Four ways to look after your mind. Four ideas that work to ensure you don’t frazzle or feel uncomfortably buzzy.
Vitamin C and hand sanitiser shortages. Hocus potions and black market, untested solutions. It’s a wild world out there right now in the health market, but I’m sticking with tried, tested and verified ways to manage my own health during this coronavirus pandemic.
Guided meditations can be useful when you’re in panic mode. You’re essentially handing over the reigns to someone else and saying ‘here, help me through this moment’.
In this first guest interview with a valued member of our community, Mary Ellen Arndorfer tells us how she started meditation in her early teens before later establishing a regular meditation practice that supported her through various challenging life events.
Want some solid research on the benefits of mindfulness meditation? Here are three ways mindfulness changes your brain, as evidenced by 180 studies.
Big moments in life throw up big questions, there’s no doubt about it. But what if you didn’t try to find solutions? What if you stopped looking for answers? What if there was another way?
If you’re curious to find out more about mindfulness and meditation, it makes sense to listen to what some of the world’s most respected teachers have to say about it in these meditation podcast episodes.
Before you can meditate, you need to concentrate, which is easier said than done. But the payoffs, say the great yoga teachers, are infinitely worth it.