Category Archives: Meditation
Autumn for me holds many very cosy associations. Blankets, candles and hot drinks… but I know that for many people autumn is a time where depression looms and certain health conditions become more bothersome.
So I have put together 5 simple exercises for you to try, that can help you stay calm and perhaps a bit more
Yes, it really is absolutely possible.
I am a pillion on my husband’s motorbike. I realised many years ago, that when he rides his bike, he is totally at one with the bike. There really is no difference, between him and his bike. At the time I didn’t know anything about non-dualism.
When you think about meditation, it’s easy to imagine a “one size fits all” approach that you either take to immediately, or avoid forever.
After all, meditation demands a lot of patience, time, and effort, doesn’t it? That’s what’s always put me off about the idea of sitting down and trying to clear my
There are 2 common methods used in meditation, the purpose of which is to find our true nature, who we are. The two methods are “the looking method” and “the resting method”. In Christian mystical traditions, Via Positiva and Via Negativa (respectively). The looking method suggests ‘Seek and you will find’. The resting method suggests ‘give
In teaching my 4-week meditation course, I’ve realised three things.
The first is that people often don’t really know what meditation is or have only heard of one way to meditate. The second thing is that quite a few people think they “can’t” meditate, or have been put off it because what they’ve tried in