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August 2, 2020

Mindfulness has certainly proven itself during this unprecedented time of the Covid19 pandemic. It has shown to be one of the most effective and powerful ways to relieve uncertainty, anxiety, stress and build a resilient mindset. Every Mindfulness4 Comfort  zoom sessio...

September 26, 2019

Compassion is the key to happiness. It means to understand others' pain, to cultivate the deep intention to help them, and translate that into action. Where empathy is bound up with expectations, unconditional compassion implies 'no matter what'; to love them just as t...

January 5, 2018

As you lie awake, are you anxious about the future; fretting about the past? Especially at the dawning of a New Year when we believe we should be formulating changes, concoting resolutions, making plans. Why not, just rest in the now? Be kind to yourself, slow your bre...

February 23, 2017

It's not easy to remember that we have the ability to exert conscious control over our thoughts, reactions and behaviours.  The more that we set our intentions (for the day, for a particular setting; eg a meeting, for our life) the greater the chance we have to transfo...

February 24, 2016

 

When we slow down, take account of what is really going on in our inner and outer worlds something happens in our brains. Everything quietens down. The best part of it is that the stress arousal system drastically slows down, activating the calming parasympathetic ner...

January 14, 2016

Wherever you are right now, take three slow deep breaths. Notice your body settling down into the chair or the ground. Breathe normally. Keep your focus on your breath. Your mind will wander. Allow it and when you are ready gently re-direct it back to your br...

December 16, 2015

1. Eat lots of proteins and raw vegetables & fruit, particularly blueberries, strawberries and spinach which improve short term memory loss.  Blackcurrants increase mental agility....

November 12, 2015

Learning to breathe properly is essential to health. The kind of breathing done for relaxation and health is diaphragmatic breathing. Using essential oils while doing this can make it even more effective. I often ask my clients to breathe deeply before and after treatm...

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