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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 6 – Come to your senses

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 6 - Come to your senses

Most people are so immersed in thinking that they don’t question the validity of their thoughts. They fully believe and identify with the story their mind is telling them. One of the most liberating insights, that people get on a Mindfulness course is that they see the

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 5 – Cultivate Compassion self & others

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 5 - Cultivate Compassion self & others

Have you ever noticed how kindness changes an experience completely? Maybe, someone took care of you sometime when you were sick… just a soothing touch, a gentle tone, a kind word. Kindness and compassion can make even bad pain or difficulty bearable. Cultivate Compassion We don’t like

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 4 – Manage difficulty…

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 4 – Manage difficulty...

Difficult and stressful things are part of life. We may want the ‘ideal’ Christmas but often our reality may be different. How we deal with these challenges makes the difference between adding to or reducing our frustration and suffering. Manage difficulty and anxiety Our tendency is to

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Mindfulness at Christmas – Day 3 – Choose intentionally

Mindfulness at Christmas - Day 3 – Choose intentionally

Many of us are busy, busy, busy now. So many jobs to do: presents to buy, people to see, cards to write, cooking and decorating to do… Choose intentionally how you spend your precious time What we actually do and how we choose to spend our time

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Mindfulness at Christmas – Day 2 – Remember what is important

Mindfulness at Christmas - Day 2 – Remember what is important

We all want to be happy. It’s natural; yet so often we look for happiness in all the wrong places. We just get swept along, especially at Christmas. The season of peace and goodwill can inadvertently becomes a time of over indulgence that leaves us feeling sluggish,

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 1 – How to Calm the Mind

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 1 – How to Calm the Mind

Research has shown that we spend almost half of our waking hours thinking about what isn’t going on!  This mind wandering typically makes us unhappy. We mull over past problems or worry about what might happen in the future. As Mark Twain put it: “I’ve had a lot of

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