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Too much information! – Dealing mindfully with cognitive overload

“Fill your bowl to the brim and it will spill.” – Lao Tsu Dear Integral Meditators, In the article below I outline a few practical ways to deal with cognitive overload, which is an almost ever present challenge in the information age! This weeks Tuesday and Wednesday (live and online) meditation sessions will be focused on a related practice called Not over-sharpening […]

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Meditation recording on Natural Happiness (and upcoming events with Toby)

Dear Integral Meditators, Here is this weeks meditation recording: 8 minute power meditation on Natural Happiness You can read more about the practice in my article below! The Tuesday and Wednesday evening online classes will be on the same subject; natural happiness. This Saturday (tomorrow) 16th May I’ll be facilitating a spacial two hour Mindful Envisioning – A meditation, visualization & imagining […]

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Meditation recording – Think well or don’t think (& new visualization & qi gong meditation)

Dear Integral Meditators, Here’s this weeks guided meditation, you can read more about the practice in the article below, essentially its how to practice three mindful positions around your thinking: 8 minute power meditation on thinking well or not thinking Lots of new online sessions coming up, including Sunday Qi gong light body meditation, a visualization masterclass, […]

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Controlling the future

W “On a practical level I find that if I am being effective in the moment, then what I do tends to set up ‘waves’ of energy where a good, successful and/or unexpectedly pleasurable future emerges alive and well from the here and now” Dear Integral Meditators, The unpredictability of the future is a big […]

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Guided meditation for emotional wellbeing

Dear Integral Meditators, Here is an eight minute guided meditation that is designed to help you cultivate your emotional wellbeing, strength and harmony: 8minute power meditation on emotional wellbeing It explores two positions essentially: Becoming aware of and acknowledging emotions that are present in order to process them more fully Connecting to energies within landscape […]

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Guided meditation recording on relaxing into safety (& Tues & Weds classes are online!)

Dear Integral Meditators, Here’s an 8 minute power meditation on relaxing into physical & psychological safety for you to listen to and enjoy! Feel free to share it with friends or family that might appreciate it! This weeks Tuesday & Wednesday classes, as well as being live, will also be available on live-stream, so you can participate from the comfort of your […]

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A simple mindfulness exercise for building your immune system and health

W “In times such as the one we are living in, it becomes increasingly clear that the more responsibility we can take for our own personal health and well-being, the better off we are going to be.” W Dear Integral Meditators, This weeks Tuesday & Wednesday classes, as well as the new online classes will be on how to use mindfulness to […]

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Mindfully getting outside of your comfort zone

W “Often, discovering the best that is possible for us in life involves deliberately, soulfully and mindfully getting out of our comfort zone! What can you start with today?”  W Dear Integral Meditators, This weeks article explores the relationship between comfort and discomfort, and how to create a complementary relationship between the two. You can […]

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Meditation images for new year renewal (Plus new Qi gong and Men’s group courses)

W Dear Integral Meditators, W Its the beginning of the new year, a good time to focus on possibilities, potential and our beginners mind! . The article below explores three simple images that we can use to do this using the power of images and the imagination. The first meditation of the year is the 2020 New year releasing […]

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Sinking your centre of gravity

W “If you observe your body during the day, you may notice is that, if there are a number of things that trigger your stress levels in succession, then your centre of gravity rises higher. If you consciously lower your centre of gravity, this can help build greater resilience to that stress.” U Dear Integral […]

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