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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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‘Enoughness’ as True Happiness

True happiness, for me, comes from a feeling of 'enoughness'. This quality, a kind of quiet and steady wellbeing, is actually not all that elusive if I stay open to it. I've been reflecting on how it shows up in everyday life, and this is what I noticed...

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JUNE TIPS: Foundations For Mindful Living

For many people, learning mindfulness is life-changing. But how do we consistently bring the benefits of this practice into our lives? In these tips I'm taking a look at laying down a foundation for mindful living, on an ongoing basis.

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Slow Meditation: Releasing The Pressure

There's a lot of buzz about Slow Living at the moment, and it would seem natural to look to meditation to support this. But I'm wondering how many of us fall into practising what I think of as 'fast meditation'. I'm not sure I've totally slowed it down yet, but I've definitely eased a lot of the pressure I'd been inadvertently bringing into my practice.

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