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February 2015

Egotistic or Strong Ego?

Dear Integral Meditators, When we tell ourselves to ‘get over our own ego’ what exactly do we mean by that? Its an area that it is very easy to get mixed up and confused around! The article below explores the difference between egotism and a strong ego. We really need one, we really need to […]

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Your Inner Fitness Trainers

Dear Integral Meditators, What would happen if you treated the most difficult people and circumstances in your life as ‘inner fitness trainers’? This weeks article explores this theme and mindfulness practice. Yours in the spirit of the useful in the difficult, Toby Upcoming Courses at Integral Meditation Asia : March courses nearly ready!! Your Inner […]

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The Absence of Resolution

Dear Integral Meditators, What happens if instead of trying to solve your problems all the time you simply try and experience them mindfully?  The article below explores this idea and practice. Final reminder that the special offer on the online course ‘The six stages of love – romantic love as a path to healing and […]

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The Absence of Reference Points – The Evolutionary Advantage of the Meditator

Dear Integral Meditators, Every day we look for reference points, markers in our life that give us security, familiarity, a feeling of safety. The article below explores the process of meditation as learning to get comfortable with an absence of reference points, and the freedom that it gives. This Saturday afternoon; Meditations for Creating A Mind […]

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Happiness is Getting What You Want?

Dear Integral Meditators, The article below explores the idea of mindfulness in relations to our wants and desires and how being mindful of what we want can make a huge difference in relation to our personal happiness. Yours in the spirit of getting what you really want, Toby Happiness is Getting What You Want? What […]

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Acceptance: Expanding Outward

Dear Integral Meditators, Meditation can be an act of turning inward, but it can also be a way of turning outward, a way of expanding graciously into our world, and by doing so transforming our experience of that world. The article below explores this theme. Toby Upcoming Courses at Integral Meditation Asia : Tuesday 10th […]

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The Mind in the Heart

Dear Integral Meditators, The article below explores the idea and experience of the heart as a mind, and how to listen to it mindfully. I have found it a really important practice for getting and staying in contact with my inner self. Yours in the spirit of the heart-mind, Toby The Mind in the Heart […]

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