Happy Vesak to my Buddhist friends!
Whilst we’re experiencing this pandemic and trying to navigate the new reality it brings, I thought I’d share a Metta meditation with you. It’s a fantastic meditation for the current situation as it gives us a chance to connect with others and extend our love. It can give us a greater appreciation and sense of […]
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 […]
For our first group meditation, I’ve chosen a mindfulness meditation. Mindfulness meditation has become very popular recently due to its proven success in helping to cope with depression, anxiety and the general stresses of life. It has however been practised historically in Hinduism and Buddhism. Mindfulness aims to bring awareness and peace to normal daily […]
Apophyllite crystals have a unique energy and are a fantastic support when meditating or attempting to deepen spiritual awareness. The word Apophyllite is derived from the Greek words ‘apo’ meaning off and ‘phyllon’ meaning leaf, suggestive of the stone’s tendency to flake as water within it evaporates away on heating. This delicate crystal can be […]
Morganite is a pink form of Beryl, present in varying shades. Also called Caesian Beryl, Pink Beryl or Pink Emerald, it’s soft colour is caused by the presence of Manganese. The stone of Divine Love, Morganite not only encourages loving thoughts and actions but also connects us to others in universal love and compassion. Morganite’s […]
Having completely over-worked myself for the last week (must remember to acquire some self-control), today has been about reading and relaxing. I’ve been enjoying a pot of chamomile tea, reading my book and listening to the soothing tones of ‘Andy’s dinosaur rap’… My current read is ‘Happiness’ by Matthieu Ricard. It was recommended to me […]