The Brussels Attacks – Looking Forward

This past week there has been a build up of stagnant energy hanging around the city of Brussels, like a fog of fear following the terrible cluster of attacks and associated arrests across Europe.  A BBC journalist asked Belgians to express how they feel about the attacks in five words and compiled a short video.  ...

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You Don’t Need to be a Buddhist to Benefit from Meditation

The benefits of practicing meditation has reached national news recently, with studies extolling the virtues of the ancient art and claiming it can boost brainpower and creativity. What’s more, studies show that just a few minutes meditation each day can dramatically improve your wellbeing. Meditation is also an excellent burnout prevention and recovery tool. Jayne ...

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Let it Be

When we first enter the world all of our needs are met. We are protected, nourished and cared for without any cause for concern. Nine months later we begin to adopt different beliefs from those around us and gradually forget our inherent knowing that all our needs have been and will always be provided for ...

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The Power of Sacred Space

Clearing a space in your office or home to honour as your own special sanctuary can be incredibly uplifting and healing – benefiting not just yourself, but everyone around you. Many cultures throughout history have devoted considerable resources to the creation of sacred spaces where people could go to nourish and nurture their body, mind ...

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The Power of Prayer

Millions of people around the world pray each day and around 85% of us believe in God, whatever our definition, name or interpretation of that may be.  For some people the concept of praying and meditating are synonymous, for others a prayer means asking God for something, whereas meditation means God speaking to us.  Whatever ...

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