For many years I had decided that walking meditation wasn’t for me. I love walking but if I’m walking, I like to be walking TO somewhere and preferably at a very fast pace. I cannot handle walking slowly. I find it almost impossible so perhaps you could say I’m exactly the kind of person who […]
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 […]
As I move into week 4 of being at home, I find myself thinking about social connections and the communities that I’m a part of. I’m appreciating being part of these communities as we give and receive support, comfort, positivity and love. The last few weeks I’ve been transitioning into our new ‘normal’ as a […]
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 […]
I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be co-running an evening Reiki Meditation Chakra workshop in May. (Date to be confirmed-location Twyford, Berkshire) The workshop will include 2 relaxing guided meditation and Reiki combined sessions which include full chakra balance and grounding using bij (mantra) and essential oils. There will be a refreshment break between […]
Wishing all my Buddhist friends a very happy Losar-best wishes for a year of health and joy ahead! #losar #buddhism #happylosar #newyear #yearofthepig #meditation #peace #happiness #happynewyear #2020 #tibetanbuddhism
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!
My youngest was playing with my Tingsha bells this morning and it occurred to me that a post on the origins of this blog’s name is long overdue! Tingsha bells are a pair of small cymbals made of thick metal and joined by a leather cord. Unlike most hand cymbals which are hit together end […]
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 […]