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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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Secrets of Tibet and Webinar Replay (until 28 Feb)

I recently visited the ‘Tibet’s Secret Temple’ exhibit at the Wellcome Collection in London. This exhibit explores Tibetan Buddhist yogic and meditational practice and their connections to physical and mental wellbeing. In its exploration of ancient Tibetan, the exhibition reveals Tibetan spiritual teachings in the form of artefacts, texts, art, pictures and videos. Although my […]

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Feeling ‘Stuck’? Experience Your Power to Forgive…

Power to Forgive – Feeling ‘Stuck’? Experience Your Power to Forgive Before I start to write about forgiveness, I want to make a very important point. Forgiveness is NOT about approving of, disregarding or making excuses for bad behaviour. It is not about dismissing your own feelings. Forgiveness is about breaking down the barriers you […]

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A Meditation Exercise At Your Desk In case you don’t know, like many of you, I work in a corporate environment.  I have practiced the concepts of meditation for 10 years and applying these concepts to my work life has proven extremely valuable.  Meditation at work is possible… I know what it is like to […]

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Loving Kindness Meditation

Loving Kindness Meditation – discovering your compassion I teach the traditional form of Metta Meditation often to my classes.  Metta means ‘loving kindness’ (in pali).  This meditation helps you to develop more compassion for yourself and others. The traditional form of teaching loving kindness meditation starts by sending loving kindness to ourselves, then to someone […]

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