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Posts Tagged: compassion

Posted 9th October 2020

Gratitude is the attitude you have towards living in the bigger picture and totality of life, instead of just seeing parts of it, that brings you peace of mind and joy.

Posted 11th April 2020

Derek O’Neill released a powerful guided meditation on forgiveness, so we can release old wounds, heal and find peace at a deeper level. Enjoy.

Posted 2nd November 2019

Grief has many faces, from the stabbing pain of recent loss, to the long-term shift in perspective. It can inform our choices about how we live, and change our priorities and motivations. Grief may numb us initially, but in time can cause us to feel more deeply, helping us to have a conscious connection to Read More »

Posted 5th September 2019

If we lack gratitude, we are probably waiting for something to change or to come into our lives, or to be relieved of a problem or situation. Without gratitude for this moment, whatever it is, true transformation cannot happen.

Posted 9th August 2019

Recognizing the power that a substance, habit or pattern has over you is when you’ll begin to find the ability to break an addiction and move forward. You have to replace that power with your own inherent strength.

Posted 25th June 2018

If you think about it, anxiety/stress comes from some perceived or unconscious low level or high level fear. So if you can change your outlook from fear to compassion for yourself and others you will change the chemicals being released in the brain to those positive calming responses we want to maintain. I remember once Read More »

Posted 3rd February 2018

Starting My Practice I have been a ‘practitioner’ of yoga (and I put that word in inverted commas as using the word practice for me, creates an impression of a beginning and an end to the activity, a separation of the doing and not doing ones’ spiritual work), for over 27 years. Yoga came into Read More »

Posted 6th June 2017

The Buddha The rule of the universe is that wherever your mind rests there is your God. As we know the Buddha’s mind rested on suffering and the release of suffering. What he had done was walk into one of the greatest traps of the spiritual journey, which is the trap of compassion without detachment. Read More »