Weekly Challenge 14th

The Angry Audience Member

I was recently lucky enough to attend a gig at London’s Southbank. A wonderful array of artists were performing that evening and the audience was as diverse and unique as the music on offer. After catching a glimpse of the first musician that played in the foyer, I moved onto the Purcel Room. I secured…

BAMBA

BAMBA Launch

The UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations has recently relaunched as BAMBA (British Association of Mindfulness Based Approaches) with a wonderful new logo. BAMBA evolved from the UK Network of Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations as it adapted to developments in the field of mindfulness in the UK. The Mindfulness Association are a member and our…

Balance Weekly Challenge

Time for a Rebalance

What shall I write about this week?  Time for a rebalance. I was sitting on a train recently, observing the number of people locked into their screens. Maybe, I could write about that or even the BBC’s new nature program and our impact on our surroundings? It’s a beautiful Autumn morning. The sky is blue,…

Weekly Challenge 12092019

Life’s Whirlwind

Weekly Challenge This week’s blog has been typed out a bit more last-minute than usual. Blog and writing ideas tend to come along as a result of observations and experiences during the time leading up to writing it, I like to have a bit of time to reflect on these observations and experiences. That has…

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Join us at the Mind Body Soul show

The Mindfulness Association will be at this years Mind Body Soul show on the 18th – 20th October in London at Alexandra Palace. The world is full of mysteries, amazing people, natural science and age old wisdoms. The Mind Body Soul Experience not only brings these elements together, but adds a splash of excitement, a…

Practice

Friends on the train

Sometimes the words flow. Sometimes they do not. They often start at a spluttering and stuttering pace before building up momentum. A sentence can take 10 mins of thinking time but within an hour you realise that you are frantically tapping away at your screen or scrawling 5 sentences a minute as the words tumble…