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The Power of Cultivating Loving-Kindness

The Power of Cultivating Loving-Kindness

Loving Kindness, Metta or Maitri, meditation was one of the first Buddhist meditation practices I taught myself from a book about 20 years ago. I was immediately drawn to the practice as I was really interested in human rights and social justice issues and it seemed...
Yoga for Busy Parents – 5 tips

Yoga for Busy Parents – 5 tips

Before I had children I definitely took my freedom for granted. If I had realised the demands that would soon be on my time I would have made it to every single yoga class being taught, every day (but then there weren’t as many studios around then anyway). My...
Following dreams

Following dreams

Connect to your inner truth I recently re-read the visioning exercise I wrote while completing my yoga teacher training. Through meditation and journalling we were aiming to become more in touch with our ‘dharma’ or inner truth. My long term goal was...
Starting a meditation practice

Starting a meditation practice

In May this year we decided to take part in Mindful in May after watching the movie ‘The Connection’. 10 minutes of meditation every day with the support of the daily Mindful in May emails, audio and video, plus social media posts seemed like a good place to kick start a more regular meditation practice.

Equanimity

Equanimity

Being surrounded by the huge peaks of the Mont Blanc massif during the European winter I was reminded of the metaphor used to describe the concept equanimity.. The mountain is always balanced and imperturbable regardless of what nature throws its way and although the wind and snow may reshape it subtly it remains strong.