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A NEW ATTITUDE – ‘…Change the way you think…’

‘…Change the way you think…’ Romans 12:2 Today’s reading from Bob Gass’ Word for Today is spot on. It endorses many DBT principles: “For things to change for the better, you must ‘change the way you think.’ For example: a) … Continue reading

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Mindfulness exercises – Free podcasts

Want some help with getting started on mindfulness? Here’s a link to some free podcasts talking you through some simple mindfulness exercises – being mindful of your breath, your body as you sit in a chair. You are reminded that … Continue reading

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In his book ‘Words of Spirituality’ Enzo Bianchi writes, ‘in Buddism, it is through attention that one reaches a penetrating vision of reality, a way of seeing, what the desert fathers and the Christian tradition have called diorasis (seeing in…

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Meditation: the new medication – Features – Technician – North Carolina State University

Here’s a link describing various forms of meditation and how they can help physically, psychologically and spiritually:  Meditation: the new medication – Features – Technician – North Carolina State University.

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reblog – depression buster meditation

Originally posted on Bipolar Lessons:
Meditation (Photo credit: Moyan_Brenn_BE_BACK_on_3th_SEPT) Many of the symptoms of depression have to do with the dwelling on the past. Guilt, regret and loss are often the primary feelings you may have when you are depressed.…

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Mindfulness in your daily routine

Here’s a link to some useful mindfulness tips that can be part of your daily routine: http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-5901/10-Ways-to-Renew-Your-Mindfulness-Practice.html It’s for people who have lapsed in their mindfulness practice – but some of the tips are good ideas to get you started. … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Mindfulness

I came across this website this morning: http://www.everyday-mindfulness.org/benefits.html It’s a very simple into – just starting, so not much interaction at present (you can contact via twitter). Mindfulness every day, everyday (aka ordinary) mindfulness. Do you have a favourite mindfulness … Continue reading

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