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The Creativity of the Soul; Reflections on a recent soul portrait

Here’s a soul portrait that I did recently, one of the main themes of this one is creativity; you can see that in the center there is almost what looks like a pine cone from which are emerging many spirals of light, like a mind giving birth to countless ideas an inspirations! Click on the […]

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Four Levels or Dimensions of Conscious Self Love

Dear Integral Meditators, Our relationship to ourself is the basis of our relationship to the rest of the world, this weeks article looks at how we can consistently improve that relationship by working with four levels of self-love. Final reminder of the two workshops coming up this Saturday on Mindful Inspiration and Flo of the […]

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The Dance of Mindful Supression and Repression

Dear Integral Meditators, Meditation and mindfulness encourage states of mental and emotional flow, but achieving these states consistently is tough if we are habitually supressing and repressing the content of our consciousness in an unhealthy way. The article below looks at how we can mindfully grow a positive relationship to suppression and repression, so that […]

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Mindfulness – Facilitating Your Own Experiential Learning

Dear Integral Meditators, This week I have led a couple of mindfulness workshops and discussions where I have defined mindfulness as an activity that facilitates and enhances your own experiential learning. In the artile below I explain a bit about how this works. In the spirit of the journey, Toby Mindfulness – Facilitating Your Own […]

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What’s the Difference Between Your Higher Self and ‘Big Mind’? (The Doorway)

Dear Integral Meditators, After last week’s article on Connecting to Your Big Mind I was asked ‘What is the difference between your Higher Self and your Big Mind’. Since it is a good question, I thought I may as well address it in an article, which you will find below! Final call for the Engaged Mindfulness Course […]

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Connecting to Your Big Mind (Plus 30% sale on all I-Awake Tracks)

Dear Integral Meditators, Where is your mind? In your body, in your brain, somewhere else? The article below offers a meditators perspective! For those in Singapore, a quick reminder of the Engaged Mindfulness workshop coming up on the morning of Saturday 31st October. Finally, beneath the article you’ll see some info regarding the I-Awake Meditation […]

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Working With Your Body’s Cellular Memory Through Meditation

Dear Integral Meditators, What is the relationship between your body’s cellular structure and how you expereince your life? And how can meditation help influence this relationship in a positive and practical way? The article below explores this topic… For those in Singapore, a final reminder of on this Saturday’s event (tomorrow),  a 3 hourMind of Ease […]

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Combining Your Meditation and Mindfulness Practice Together

Dear Integral Meditators, What is the difference between meditation and mindfulness? Are they the same or different? This weeks article looks at working definitions of both and how they can be combined into an effective daily practice, enjoy! In the spirit of the mindful journey, Toby Combining Your Meditation and Mindfulness Practice Together To be […]

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Dualistic Appearance – The Dance of Reality & Illusion

Dear Integral Meditators, When you look at something, what is it that you really see? This weeks article looks at the way in which our mind projects itself onto our reality, moulding it in its own image. I then offer practical method for starting to gain awareness and benevolent control of this process. In the […]

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Dropping the Self

Dear Integral Meditators, Is there one mindfulness practice that will have an immdiate effect on your sense of inner balance and wellbeing? Try the one below, it might be it! On the theme of stilling the mind, quick reminder of the next scheduled meditation workshop on 3rd October: Going From Over-whelmed to Over-well: Meditation for Quietening […]

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