Just a quick message to let you know I haven’t disappeared. As with everyone else, the past few weeks have been a huge shift and I’ve had to put the blog and associated work to one side.I’m aware however, of how important and beneficial meditation can be in times like these so will be diving […]
It’s children’s mental health week so I’ve decided to share a few meditations and exercises that are great for children. (All tried and tested by my motley crew!) Keep an eye out for posts throughout the week!
I’ve been away from the blog for a while as family life has been a bit all-consuming! So, I thought I’d return with enthusiasm and positivity! As such, let me share with you my first meditation of 2020 – an ink meditation. Art is a fantastic way to expand your meditation practice and step outside […]
This weekend I’ve been struggling with my meditation. I think most people who meditate have this idea of sitting in complete silence, trying not to think of anything or to let their thoughts wander from complete emptiness. That’s all very well and can be a great way to meditate but sometimes life and it’s distractions […]
What is Om mani padme hum? This is one of my favourite mantras and I often recite it whilst knotting my mala beads (I like to think I’m sending a bit of compassion out with each mala in a world where it’s much needed!) . I find that after a while it creeps into daily […]
This week I’ve decided to link to a previous meditation I’ve written about. The body scan is very well-known and widely used. It’s a simple but incredibly relaxing meditation that I think you’ll enjoy. It’s great at the end of the day to ease out the days stresses and any physical tension. Feel free to […]
Calling keen meditators of all levels! Why not join the Tingsha Meditation Group? Tingsha Meditation Group is a new online community with the aim of supporting and interacting with others along their meditation journey. With weekly online group meditations to try, ranging from breathing exercises to movement meditations to art and beyond. Join us at […]
Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk who was born in Vietnam in 1926. Over the years he has dedicated himself to teaching and helping others through social work, university lecturing, non-violent peace efforts and of course though his numerous books. The Miracle of Mindfulness was originally intended as a long letter from Thich Nhat […]
I’ve been a bit slow with the blog in the last few weeks in part due to chicken pox related dramas but also lots of planning…. Here’s a hint towards some of my projects-in-planning! (buckwheat husks) Exciting things to come-stay tuned!!!!