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More Joy of Mindful Eating

How many times have you reached for a handful of snacks at a party and munched through them without thinking, or ordered dessert even though you were already completely stuffed, just because it looked so good?  We eat for many

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The Joy of Mindful Eating

What is Mindful Eating ? I came to Mindful  Eating when I began seeking a way to curb the stress and anxiety I experienced on a daily basis.   Part of my Mindfulness teacher training was to explore and understand my relationship

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Clear the clutter and make space for your life

By now you’ve probably realised that life can get pretty complicated. Each day presents competing priorities and challenges, and sometimes it can leave you puzzled as to why that “to-do” list never seems to get shorter. It’s no surprise that

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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

8 week course.
1 day introduction also available.

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The benefits and science of mindfulness

There’s been an increase in research into mindfulness in the last few decades. It’s not just the science world that’s catching on, but the business world too. Companies are recognising the usefulness of mindfulness in the workplace and publications such as Harvard Business Review and Forbes have

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Hygge – A heartwarming lesson from Denmark

Hygge (pronounced “hue-gah”).  You may have seen this Danish word being featured heavily over the past few months, with Hygge books being released on how to achieve the hyggelig (the adjective of hygge) lifestyle.  Hygge is defined by the Oxford

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Are you full to the rim ?

Empty the cup.   Why? Once upon a time, a scholar came to visit a saint. After the scholar had been orating and propounding for a while, the saint proposed some tea. She slowly filled the scholar’s cup: gradually the tea

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The mundane can be beautiful

Peggy Freydberg’s Chorus of Cells: the mundane can be beautiful We would like to share a poem that has changed the way we view getting up in the morning. Peggy Freydberg’s Chorus of Cells is part of her published collection of poems, Poems from

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The pursuit of happiness: what does it mean to be happy?

We live in a time where many of us obsess and worry about the future. We are elbowing and racing each other to see who can get there better and faster. Sometimes without even asking ourselves if “there” is somewhere

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It’s all about single-tasking

“Multitasking is shifting focus from one task to another in rapid succession. It gives the illusion that we’re simultaneously tasking, but we’re really not. It’s like playing tennis with three balls.” – Edward M. Hallowell, a psychiatrist As you’re reading this

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