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Mindfulness – Being Centred, plus a Guided Meditation on Integration of our Whole Being

The priority of connecting and reconnecting regularly, mindfully during the day, gives support to being centred and grounded. Continue reading 



Guided Meditation on the Relative and Ultimate. Talk on Secular, Spiritual and Religious Views. Given to New Mindfulness Teachers

A warm welcome to every one of you.

We have a 30-minute guided meditation. A talk will follow the guided meditation on Mindfulness engaged with Secular, Spiritual and Religious Views. Continue reading 



Seven Questions/Reflections/Sharing on Emotions

Emotions consist of a meeting or sometimes a collision of various factors which intensify feelings. Continue reading 



A Simple Guide to Facemasks

Mindfulness of Inhaling, Exhaling and Presence of Others 

The facemask you use matters to other people and yourselves.

You can buy a thin cotton mask or a mask as a fashion statement which provides minimal protection to others and yourself. The difference between a thin cotton or another material and no mask is as thin as the thinness of the material. Continue reading 



Big Screens at the President-elect Victory Speech said ‘The People have Chosen Empathy. ‘ From humble beginnings…

One dictator lost his job. The people fired him. A few more to go.
I watched on YouTube the 15 minute victory speech of President-elect Biden.
Worth a view.
I also watched the 15 minute speech of vice-President elect Kamala Harris (mother from India, father from Jamaica).
Fine speeches.

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