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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 12 – Savour moment by moment

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 12 - Savour moment by moment

The secret of happiness is to savour the moment we are in. Because this moment is really the only time any of us have to see the sky, to hear the birdsong, to smile or hug someone, to say a kind word, to be generous to a

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 11 – Bring it back to self

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 11 - Bring it back to self

Despite all of our best intentions to avoid the pitfalls of the season – stress, sadness, loneliness, anger – we may end up failing. What do we do then? When everything feels like it has fallen apart and we are such a mess?

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 10 – Appreciate fully

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 10 - Appreciate fully

Did you know that human beings are wired for survival rather than for happiness? Our brain has evolved to facilitate survival. From a simple survival perspective, it makes sense to pay more attention to negative or threatening  experience than to the good and beautiful parts of our

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 9 – Give generously

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 9 – Give generously

One of my Mom’s great legacies was her generosity. This was a quality she held dearly, one she was determined to pass onto her children. So, she used to recite endlessly, “It is better to give than to receive”.    It turns out, that my mom was

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 8 – Enjoy silence

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 8 - Enjoy silence

“not an absence but a presence; not emptiness but repletion. Silence is something more than just a pause; it is that enchanted place where space is cleared and time is stayed and the horizon itself expands… Enjoy Silence In silence, we often say, we can hear ourselves

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Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 7 – Move your body

Mindfulness at Christmas : Day 7 - Move your body

Our bodies like to move and we feel better and more energetic when we are active. Feel good chemicals are released in our brains, we let go of tension, which alleviates anxiety, stress, irritation and fatigue. Move Your Body We relax muscles and other tissues in the

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