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How To Experiment With Mindful Living – Part 2

Real change is gradual, and rushing it can be counterproductive, but doing a playful exploration can have surprising outcomes that are well worth a few failed experiments.

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How To Experiment With Mindful Living – Part 1

Living mindfully may not be easy, but it is hugely enriching - just not in the way we're used to measuring 'success', as it often means doing and having less, not more.

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AUGUST TIPS: Self-Care For Strong People

If you're used to being the 'strong one' in life - the person who's there for others, who gives help rather than needing it - it can be easy to convince yourself that you don't need looking after too. But to stay strong, we do need self-care.

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Which Meditation Should I Do?

In meditation, I've certainly had the experience of dithering for so long about which recording to listen to that I lose the motivation completely (or the time slot), and end up not practising at all. Here's a menu of meditations for those moments.

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JULY TIPS: Self-Kindness And The Power Of Less

Like many things, self-kindness can lose its appeal if it feels like an extra duty you need to add into an already-busy life. I like to approach it as a practice of doing less, not more: less self-criticism, less pressure on myself, less trying to pretend I feel ok if actually things feel hard. Here are three things I can do without when I'm having a difficult day, and what I've learned to do instead.

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