Mindfulness

What is Coddiwomple in Life?

2024-03-30T15:45:26+00:00Categories: Health & Wellness, Mindfulness, Reading|Tags: , , , , |

Ever feel like you're constantly on the go, but unsure where you're actually headed? Do you chase achievements to impress others, but wonder if there's a more fulfilling way to live? Let me introduce you to the concept of "coddiwompling" - a philosophy that embraces a purposeful journey with an open mind to the [...]

10 Steps to Incorporate Mindfulness into your Daily Life

2024-03-30T13:34:30+00:00Categories: Health & Wellness, Mindfulness|Tags: , , , , |

Feeling overwhelmed by the daily grind? You're not alone! Many of us struggle with staying present and focused in our busy lives. The good news is, there's a simple solution: mindfulness. Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment without judgment. By incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine, you can cultivate [...]

Beginner’s Mind Versus Expert Mind

2023-08-13T20:16:05+01:00Categories: Mindfulness, Reading|Tags: , , , , , , , |

This is a reading of an article by Christina Feldman called Beginner's mind Vs. Expert Mind. The article encourages us to examine the knowledge, information, and strategies we accumulate in our life stories, questioning whether they serve us well. It suggests that wisdom lies in understanding and making choices based on that understanding, rather [...]

What Is Radical Optimism?

2023-06-30T16:31:11+01:00Categories: Mindfulness, Reading|Tags: , , , , |

The concept of radical optimism emphasizes a broad perspective of the present moment without focusing on specific outcomes. It rejects the notion of following a predetermined plan or seeking a spiritual payoff. Bearing witness to reality, whether in challenging situations or everyday life, requires a radical optimist who can fully engage without being driven [...]

If The Mountain Seems Too Big Today

2023-06-14T22:07:35+01:00Categories: Health & Wellness, Mindfulness, Self-Compassion|Tags: , , , |

"If the mountain seem too big today" is a poem written by Laura Ding-Edwards. The words resonated with me because we all need to be gentle with ourselves in this chaotic world we live in.  It involves one of my favourite subjects, surprise, self care, setting boundaries, whatever you want to call it…. I [...]

Connect To Your Inner Voice Meditation

2023-05-30T15:24:19+01:00Categories: Meditations, Mindfulness|Tags: , , , , |

Today I would like to share a Connect to Your Inner Voice Meditation. This 9 minute guided meditation will take you on a journey of knowing and trusting your intuition. I will guide you through the meditation first and then run you through it again with a suggestion of what your choices may represent. [...]

5 Minute Mindful Self Compassion Guided Meditation

2023-04-01T09:42:49+01:00Categories: Meditations, Mindfulness, Self-Compassion|Tags: , , , |

This 5 minute mindful self compassion guided meditation is to remind us to check with ourselves, to nourish ourselves, to fill our tanks up, and is inspired by Andres Gonzalez. Self-compassion allows us to understand our own limitations and motivates us to act with kindness, understanding, and acceptance. When we practice self-compassion, we are [...]

Guided Meditation For Body Gratitude

2023-03-14T16:25:47+00:00Categories: Health & Wellness, Meditations, Mindfulness, Self-Compassion|Tags: , , , |

Do you ever take a moment to stop, and simply be grateful for your body? Our bodies are incredibly complex and perform countless functions that allow us to survive and thrive. Our bodies allow us to experience the world around us through our senses, such as sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell. Our bodies [...]

What is Mental Immunity?

2023-01-14T12:23:55+00:00Categories: Health & Wellness, Mindfulness|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Today I would like to share with you a reading of an article which is an excerpt from "The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World" by the 14th Dalai Lama, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. "Everyone knows that physical pain is bad and tries to avoid it. We do this not only [...]

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