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Feeling ‘Stuck’? Experience Your Power to Forgive…

“Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.”   Forgiveness can be very difficult for people and the act of forgiveness is sometimes confusing. Forgiveness is NOT about approving of bad behaviour or making excuses for someone. It is also not about dismissing your own feelings of hurt or […]

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Ever wonder ‘how long should I meditate’?

A new answer to an old question – how long should I meditate? I recently gave a talk to a group. At the end of the session, I had the question “how long should I meditate each time”. I gave my standard answer, saying that for beginners I recommend meditating 10 – 15 minutes per […]

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Connecting with nature

Have you tried meditating outdoors? I know it may seem an unlikely thing to say at this time of year, but meditating outdoors is an excellent way to connect with nature. This time of year it can be a bit chilly to sit still so why not try a walking meditation? If you have been […]

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7 science based habits that will make you succeed

Ever wonder what habits you should cultivate to be successful? The article: 7 science based habits that will make you succeed,resonates with me as it really correlates with my Success Through Stillness programme. I never used to think that success and meditation could cross, but in reality they are the perfect mix. The article suggests […]

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Ready to get back to Meditating?

Are you ready to get back to into meditation? Are you struggling to get back into a regular meditation practise in the new year? Or perhaps you are just beginning your meditation journey? January is often a time for reflection and trying new things (and changing old habits). If you’re thinking about making some positive […]

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GB Olympian supports meditation for students

Meditation techniques are helping students to cope with stress. The team of 85 young students are learning meditation, yoga and other ‘stress busting’ skills to help them prepare for the psychological strains of competing on the international stage (at the EuroSkills 2016 competition). The sessions included a seminar on the concept of concentration, and how to […]

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Reverse the Physiological Signs of Stress (plus webinar)

Releasing physical tension has many benefits, and according to Harvard health, you can use meditation to reduce physical and mental stress. They discuss how physical exercise can help release tension from your body. They also present research on how you can learn how to let go of physical tension by harnessing the power of your […]

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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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