Confessions of a meditation junkie
Read a former mediation junkie’s guide to the best 5 meditations not to try.
Mindfulness: it’s not the holy grail of awareness
Mindfulness – without the consideration of quality of energy – at best manages the state that we are already in, and at worst supports the ability to do many things that are in fact totally harmful to the body we are walking around in?
Mindfulness: the good and the bad
Mindfulness is the new buzzword and technique for health and wellbeing but is it really as good as the reports say? Is there more to our quality of life than being able to control and focus our mind?
Meditation, mindfulness, conscious presence – are these really the answers to a better life?
Can we continue to live the way we do and expect techniques and meditations to make us feel better and give us the life we have always dreamt of?
Meditation Is not a quick fix
Meditation works when you build a quality that can be carried into life itself – a lived quality. Meditation is not a crutch nor is it the be all and end all. The Gentle Breath Meditation supports you in this, stripping away the false ‘benefits’ of meditation.
Debunking the myths about meditation
Let’s debunk the myths and restore meditation to its truth as a simple, practical and effective tool for re-connecting back to our innate inner-presence and thus to our natural vitality and ability to deal with life.