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“mindfulness class”

The cave & the market place (Being in but not of the world)

“The cave & marketplace are two images to play with to get the feeling of how to really be in the inner world and really in the outer world, and to be able to do both properly. This way we can be in the world but not of the world, participating but not entangled” Dear […]

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Why am I doing this? Mindfully self-regulating your energy

“Mindful self-regulation. When you are about to engage in an activity or a meditation, it’s good to be clear about which mode you are going to be in, and what the objective is. Are you trying to achieve something but expend energy, or trying to restore energy, or something that is a bit of both?” […]

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Happiness as acceptance?

“When you can accept life and aliveness, and bring it to your daily activities, and that this can have a transformative effect, even (and particularly) when you are facing something difficult” Dear Integral Meditators, This weeks article explores how happiness can be something that is accepted rather than strived for. Sometimes we are trying to […]

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Pre-disposing yourself for enjoyment (& being battle ready)

“To take hold of our enjoyment we need to be conscious enough to direct attention toward our opportunities for enjoyment, and be ready to work our way patiently through the obstacles to that” Dear Integral Meditators, Is your happiness and wellbeing an accident, or is it on purpose? The article below looks at how you […]

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Meditation & inner healing

“Sometimes simply to sit with the intention to look within and heal can be a powerful practice in itself. The journey to wholeness begins with mindful orientation around this”   Dear Integral Meditators, To be a meditator can be considered in a number of different ways, in my second article on the subject below we look at […]

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Adventuring with attention (What is a Meditator?)

  “Life is an adventure in the experience of being conscious. To meditate and to be a meditator is to engage in this experience full-bloodedly, with the intention to get the very most out of the opportunity” Dear Integral Meditators, To be a meditator can be considered in a number of different ways, in the article […]

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Letting things come to you

“It’s worth noticing then that sometimes we can get a good way to getting what we want by noticing what’s around us, and then letting things come to us, rather than running after them” Dear Integral Meditators, This weeks article is a contemplation on how to work mindfully with the limitation on your life in […]

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Hopefully hopeless

“When we build competency at ‘conscious hopelessness’, we can then move consciously back to how we approach hope and fear in our life, and seek to do them a better.” Dear Integral Meditators, This weeks article is on a meditation technique I’ve enjoyed over the years, and that invites both resilience, peace and insight. If […]

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Zen Mountains, Zen Doorways

Dear Integral Meditators, This weeks article outlines two simple meditation techniques. ‘Zen mountain’ is a sitting form that I have been using in the recent Zen series as a basic practice. In the spirit of  mountains and doorways, Toby       Zen mountains, Zen doorways This article outlines two simple meditation techniques. ‘Zen mountain’ is a sitting form […]

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Environmental & relationship meditation, plus schedule for July!

Dear Integral Mediators, You can find below all the details of classes and sessions for July, both Online and live. The next event is the Online Monthly Full Moon Meditation & Manifestation Session on the 5th July, but as you can see below there is a lot of variety this month! In the spirit of the journey, […]

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