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A neurosurgeon’s view on the power of your heart chakra

Do you want to experience the power of connecting to your heart charka? I recently went to lecture by Dr Eben Alexander about consciousness. He was a neurosurgeon, who in 2008 fell very ill and by all accounts was expected to die. While in a comma for 7 days, his brain shut down and he […]

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Walk Calmly Through The Chaos Around You (Webinar tonight)

Webinar Tonight: Reduce stress, find your inner peace Every day, we all feel bombarded by external pressures and receive a vast amount of information (often with mixed messages). It is easy to get confused about what you want in life and what you should be doing to make the most impact. In fact, it becomes […]

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Beginners Meditation in London

Beginners Meditation – Making Meditation More Accessible to You Based on the demand for last weeks Free Meditation Webinar, I have decided to hold these sessions on at least a monthly basis. The whole point of these webinars is to make meditation more accessible to you. Meditation Webinars give you the opportunity to experience guided […]

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Meditation Exercise: Releasing Resistance

A Meditation Exercise For You: Releasing Resistance Last week I wrote about the concept of ‘allowing’ in meditation, and how this concept is key in your every day life. When I first learned of this concept and tried to bring it into my daily life, I sometimes confused ‘allowing’ with being a doormat.  So I […]

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Mindfulness For Control Freaks

The Art of Allowing – Mindfulness for control freaks In my classes I talk about the 5 concepts of meditation.  One of the concepts is about ‘allowing’ or put in another way, accepting things just as they are. If you have practiced Mindfulness, you know this is a key concept for meditation.  In mindfulness you […]

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Meditation Exercise – How to practice in your day

How Can You Sprinkle Meditation Into Your Day? Last week I gave you an exercise on how to sprinkle meditation exercises into your day, in particular, how to meditate during your commute.  My teacher Alan Wallace, calls it ‘seasoning your day’ with meditation, and I like those terms very much. There are 2 key elements to […]

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Meditation Exercise – Awareness of Your Thoughts

A Powerful Exercise for You – Are You Aware of Your Own Thinking?   Last week I shared more about my teachings on the ‘5 Concepts of Meditation’.  In particular, we took a closer look at the concept of ‘awareness’ and talked about how you practise this concept each and every time you meditate. It […]

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Awareness in Meditation (1 of the 5 key concepts)

Practicing the Concept of Awareness If you have come to any of my classes you know that all of my teachings are based on the 5 Concepts of Meditation. The beauty of these concepts is that as you practise them more and more during meditation, they will automatically begin to flow into your daily life. […]

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Meditation Concepts

Meditation Concept of  ‘Allowing’    All of my teachings are based on the 5 meditation concepts. No matter what type of meditation I have practiced (visualization, metta, vipassana, shamatha, dogzen, mindfulness, etc) these concepts are practiced when meditating. In meditation we practise the concept of allowing instead of forcing a specific outcome or situation to happen.  […]

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Key Concept of Meditation – Allowing

The Concept Of ‘Allowing’ ‘Allowing’ is a key concept used in the practice of meditation.  Essentially this means letting go and allowing things to be as they are rather than trying to control everything. For example, when a noise that we dislike (ie. someone talking loudly on a phone, road construction outside our door, other […]

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