When we Need to Silence our Self-Judgment

When we start living in our “minds” instead of our lives because of buzzy-ness, we judge our inner world as good or bad, right or wrong… We then start to avoid spending quiet leisure time on our own because the sense of emptiness may be so intense that it is just too painful to be in our own company. But, as spending quiet time is one of the most important ways (aside from physical exercise and connection with others) to deal with stress – according to the Centre for Studies on Human Stress – we might as well learn how to do that. It is good to keep in mind that we are bigger than our emotions and thoughts.

A Survival Course years ago, Mindfulness, Lock-Down, Survival, and asking us to Lean In

Rules Learnt whilst “locked down” with a tough, but mindful Teacher on a Survival Course He took us boys down the rugged coast for a week without food. Maybe 80 kilometers. He taught us along the way about life and spirituality without saying much. Rule 1 – Live Mindfully The foundational survival rule is to …

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8 Ways to Stay Present in a Busy World

By Madeleine Eames www.mindfullivingnow.com Have you ever woken up wondering where you have been all your life? Or at least for the last day, week or even the last 20 years? We often don’t remember parts of our lives simply because we actually weren’t there. I live in a beautiful part of the world surrounded …

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Mediation- in a Transformative Manner

  Transformative mediation was developed by Robert A. Baruch Bush and Joseph Folger and focuses primarily on empowerment of the parties and their recognition of the other party, and secondarily on the resolution of a dispute. Empowerment in this context means parties will take responsibility for defining their unique complex of issues, facts, requirements and …

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