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Mindfulness-past-present-and-future

Mindfulness has been taught by Buddhists for more than two and a half thousand years. A small number of westerners who became Buddhist monks returned and taught a powerful but simple meditation practice, which enables people to master their mind.
Thousands of years of tradition found

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Mindfulness-not-now

Are you in the “now?” Well if you’re not, I wonder where else you could possibly be? If you’re thinking about the future you’re still in the now, thinking about the future, you just don’t know it. If you’re thinking about the past, you’re also doing that now, from moment to moment, you just don’t […]

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Doing-nothing-on-purpose

How about making a real change? Learn to do nothing on purpose! Yes, learning to sit on your butt for a few minutes each day just watching the sensations of breath in your body could be all that you need to do to change your life in ways that you could never have expected. You […]

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Mindfulness-and-Managing-Time

On average we are distracted 47%of the time. If we can reclaim even some of this time we will have more time to do what we need and more time to do what we want. Mindfulness training reduces stress and enables us to focus on what we are doing. Mindfulness enables us to reclaim time […]

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Mindfulness and Change blog

Change and uncertainty has become relentless. How does mindfulness help us to flourish under these conditions? We cannot stop change but we can learn to ride the waves of uncertainty. With mindfulness we can process the causes of stress, which come from changing conditions, inoculating

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Mindfulness-and-Emotional-triggers

Emotions are just too risky to express at work. Most of the time we just bottle them up in difficult situations and we cope by finding some way of unwinding after work or at weekends. With mindfulness we can process emotions without bottling them up or reacting. Not only does this release us from

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