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Mindful Turning Points

Life is always at some turning point Irwin Edman   I have been reflecting on turning points. Those subtle moments when a shift happens which leads to change. There was a moment a week or so ago when I looked out the window and I could see a subtle change in the landscape. Something seemed…

Attitude? What Attitude?

Attitude? What Attitude?

Simple family exchanges are where I exercise my Mindfuness practice. Isn’t that just exactly where it’s all happening? Mindfulness has helped me so much with this unravelling which is a truly messy affair and takes a while, well, like forever, and I am deeply committed to that. The more I practice, the more I go…

access to compassion

Free Taster – Mindful Acceptance

Tuesday August 24th at 7-8pm Join Jacky Seery for a soothing and gentle hour long taster session for her new course starting on the 14th September. Mindful Acceptance – Access to Compassion This course helps us to take a step towards self compassion, As our mindfulness practice deepends sometimes we notice some things about ourselves…

Whats holding you back

What’s holding you back?

TRAINING TO TEACH MINDFULNESS – THE MBLC RETREAT I don’t really want to be a teacher, I said, as I applied for the course. Fear was pulling me back, but something stronger was pulling me – compassion to share all this with others. Facing fears in the MBLC Teaching retreat, accepting, meeting and looking deeply…

i am not superior - i am not inferior

I am not Superior – I am not Inferior

The supreme good is like water, which nourishes all things without trying to. It is content with the low places that people disdain. Thus it is like the Tao. In dwelling, live close to the ground. In thinking, keep to the simple. In conflict, be fair and generous. In governing, don’t try to control. In…