What price peace of mind

What price peace of mind

 

What price peace of mind

Are You Looking for Peace of Mind?

Do you want to know how to Calm Your Mind and Feel Happy?
Are you feeling so busy you can’t stop and take a full breath?
Is your intuition telling you to slow down and learn to meditate?

If you are interested in developing Peace of Mind, and you know that meditation is the way to go… why not enrol in my 4-week Developing Intuition Meditation classes here in Albury-Wodonga, starting on 20 March. Read more…

 

 

Like Goldilocks’ porridge

 

Meditation Tip

Like Goldilocks’ porridge

 

Being comfortable is important.

This means finding a place where we can sit with our backs straight. A chair, a cushion or up against the wall.

It also means having a place that’s not too cold and not too hot, but like Goldilocks’ porridge, is just right!

If possible sit in the same place each time. This has the benefit of helping to settle our mind more quickly.

 

 

Our next Meditation and Healing Circle for women will be held on 26th May at 7pm. Read more…

We are running children’s meditation in Albury-Wodonga at the Sustainable Activity Centre. Please call 0416 015 773 for more information.

 

 

harsh winter environment

Harsh Winter Environment

 

Healing Tip

 

harsh winter environment

We were visiting China a few years ago. Ian took this photo at the top of Mount Taishan. I remember walking along one of the paths when suddenly my feet slipped out from under me. There was some black ice that I didn’t see.

What would it be like to live all year around in a snow-bound location? You would have to consider warmth and protection whenever you leave the house. I think you would also be very tuned in to safety.

We can’t always control where we live. Some people live in harsh environments.

At times we can all have, what I would call, a harsh internal environment. We can be critical of ourselves and of others. It’s easy to believe that whatever has happened is someone else’s fault.

But we can control, over time, our internal environment. We can listen to our self-talk and question its validity. Does it represent the truth? Or am I being influenced by belief systems and mindsets that no longer serve me?

No-one lives in our mind except us! So it is up to us to train our minds if we wish to experience more peace and harmony. This is where a regular meditation practice can really help. Meditation brings calm to the troubled waters of your mind.

It is also good to challenge our beliefs as they can frequently be incorrect. Writing in a journal can be an excellent tool to bring us greater self-awareness and inner peace.

Energy healing techniques like The BodyTalkTM System can also help. Read more…

 

 

Pathway to Inner Peace and Happiness

Pathway to Inner Peace and Happiness

 

Meditation Tip

What does meditation do for us?

 

pathway to inner peace and happiness

 

Above the temple to Apollo, in ancient Greece was the saying “Know Thyself”

Meditation takes us on an inward journey. The pathway leads to inner peace and happiness because it helps us to know ourselves. Along the way it helps us to release mental and emotional baggage, as well as belief systems and mindsets that no longer serve us. It clears past trauma, as well, from the body-mind.

A regular mindfulness meditation practice purifies the mind. A pure mind is more joyful, less reactive and has access to the inner well of peace that we all have.

Can you make the time to practice today?

Our 6-week Meditation and Relaxation class begins on 4th April from 7 to 9pm. Book here

 

The flow of the mind

The flow of the mind

 

Meditation Tip

The flow of the mind

 

In meditation we are observing the flow of the mind.

Sometimes there are many thoughts that take us away from our point of focus. At other times the mind has more stillness.

With regular practice the mind becomes less reactive, and the meditator experiences more inner peace and harmony.

The research shows that 25 minutes a day can make a great difference to feelings of anxiety and depression.

Beginners Meditation and Relaxation Classes: A new 6 week course starts in Albury-Wodonga on 20 October. Read more…

 

Feeling the Mist on Your Face

Meditation Tip

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Look into this photo – Can you feel the mist on your face?

Does this feel pleasurable? Or do you find yourself reacting to the wetness?

Tuning into our bodily sensations is a great way to calm our minds. Observe the feeling. Notice how it changes over time. For how long can you sit with this simple image and the sensations it produces?

Can you sit and allow your mind to slow down, taking you into a calm, meditative state?