Mindfulness

Exploring the Body Moving

Sarah Silverton invites us to perceive our physical sensations, which can give us very useful information about the state of our body and our emotions. Extract from The Mindfulness Key by Sarah Silverton. Our bodies spend a lot of time moving as we go about…

Spirit Of Everything

By Barbara Meiklejohn-Free When you walk the path of the shaman within, (to live your life as authentically and transparently as you can) ‘Spirit’ is the force with which you will have the greatest connection. It is energy that created the Cosmos, which resides within…

Alison Davies and the World of Fairy Tales

Due to be published on October 15, Be Your Own Fairy Tale is an inspiring and practical exploration of how we can tap into the deep-rooted and powerful symbolism of fairy tales to bring about positive change in every aspect of our lives. Alison Davies…

WIN Mindfulness in Motion by Dr Tamara Russell

We are giving away 3 copies of Mindfulness in Motion by Dr Tamara Russell! This ground-breaking book combines mindfulness, martial arts and neuroscience in an accessible meditative practice for a journey to a happier, healthier, more integrated self. Mindfulness in Motion is a major new…

Conversation with Tom Fortes Mayer, author of The FreeMind Experience

Steve Nobel interviews Tom Fortes Mayer, author of The FreeMind Experience. Follow Watkins Media on SoundCloud and listen to the latest interviews and talks. As an EXTRA BONUS for listening to this podcast Tom is offering you this free track on Alignment: drive.google.com/open?id=0ByN_UYf…pYMGs&authuser=0 https://soundcloud.com/watkins-media/the-freemind-experience Listen…

Train Your Attention with BMT

Extract from Mindfulness in Motion by Tamara Russell. In BMT (Body in Mind Training) we seek to discover what we can do right now – in the midst of our busy everyday lives – to train our attention, using the moving body as our main…

Practise Mindfulness with Bodily Movements and Breathing

By observing the unfolding of your movements and sensations, you can train yourself to stop negative emotions in their tracks. Practising mindful movement trains your brain to become more sensitive to the sequencing of mental and physical events in your body. For example, try mindful…