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Are you meditating on your holidays? (Harvard research suggests you should)

Do you meditate more while on your holidays? A recent study shows that maybe you should! Most of my students seem to ‘fall out of practise’ when they are on holidays. When you think about it initially, it seems you will have all the time in the world… yet somehow it doesn’t seem to happen! […]

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Meditation at work – inside or outside of your comfort zone?

There is no doubt that meditation has become more main-stream recently. Even the business world has begun to embrace the positive impact of meditation. I have seen this in my own personal experience. I have worked in the head offices of two international banks in London, and both have had dedicated contemplation/meditation rooms. It is […]

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Beginners Meditation Class resumes 14 September

Do you want to start meditating regularly but don’t know where to start? Or have you started and stopped over and over again, but just can’t seem to get into a regular practise? The Foundations Meditation Classes were created with you in mind. The foundations classes cover the 5 steps of my ‘Success through Stillness’ […]

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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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Why Meditate Every Day?

Finding peace within every day will bring you more happiness We all know that meditation is a hot topic these days. I wouldn’t have imagined years ago that the stars and corporate moguls of today would be singing the praises of meditation. I recently read the article below about David Lynch’s (a famous writer and […]

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Can You Train Yourself to Stop Stressing Out?

Learn to De-Stress… You can do it! I was initially attracted to meditation, because I wanted to be more grounded, stable and balanced. I was the type of person that was always ‘in my mind’, forever bombarded by thoughts and the need to be busy. Oh yes, I was certainly addicted to being busy. Many […]

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Brain scans show meditation improves your mental focus

For the past few weeks I have been writing about and teaching how meditation can improve your mental focus and clarity. A clear mind was one of the first effects I noticed when I started to meditate, and many of my students and meditation colleagues have reported the same outcome. Science also supports our experiences. […]

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Meditation Webinars Replay (available until 1 May)

Success Through Stillness… Free Meditation Webinars Available Until 1 May Over the past four months, I have been hosting regular meditation webinars to help people kick-start their meditation practise. People have been able to sample 4 different meditation techniques covering 4 very different topics. It was a bit of a test to see how people […]

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Meditation to Let Go of Negative Emotions (Webinar)

Do you find it difficult to release your negative emotions?   We all tend to have a low tolerance for anything we deem uncomfortable. Often, we try to rid ourselves of what we consider ‘negative’ by ignoring, concealing or repressing our emotions. According to recent studies on emotional balance this often leads to internal stress […]

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Recording of the Taster Session

A ‘Taster’ of the Taster Session   I hold meditation sessions in London designed specifically for meditators at the beginning of their journey.  Classes are perfect for you if: You are completely new to meditation You have been practising meditation regularly for less than one year You have not practiced meditation consistently for more than […]

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