Mindfulness Ideas Part 2

Mindfulness Ideas Part 2
Some more mindfulness ideas for you to try. Many of these can also be done by children. 11 Taste Water – sip water and take time to notice the taste and texture, how it feels in your mouth and as you swallow it 12 Feel Pressure of Sitting on Chair – notice the sensation of ...

How to develop acceptance and find peace in an ever changing world

How to develop acceptance and find peace in an ever changing world
Life is not perfect. It has its ups and downs. If you’re lucky, you will have experienced some events that have been amazing but even with these great times, you will have experienced unhappy times, and some people may have experienced truly devastating times. How can we learn to ride these waves, to become more ...

Boredom is great

Boredom is great
Are you always on the go? Do you feel the need to be productive or to be doing something… anything? Are you trying to find the bottom of Facebook and Instagram? Do you whip out your phone when you’re on a train or bus? Do you walk around with your phone in your hand? Well, ...

A love yourself meditation

A love yourself meditation
In the following meditation, you can begin to love yourself and experience that sense of joy. This meditation was brought to you by Liam O’Neill, the Prove-It Guy, who can help you to achieve pre-eminence in your field. Liam has generously provided us with a special discount code for 50% off his meditation course. The ...

A Basic Zen Yoga Body Scan

A Basic Zen Yoga Body Scan
If you are looking for a simple 10 minute meditation, the following body scan recording can help you to achieve a sense of inner calm. By simply focusing on various parts of your body and noticing how those parts feel, you can bring yourself into the present moment and experience deep relaxation. So find somewhere ...

Mindfulness Ideas Part 1

Mindfulness Ideas Part 1
Here are some mindfulness ideas, in no particular order. Many of these can be done with children. 1 Long pencil colouring: standing at a table, hold the pencil at the far end so it’s hard to control the detail, draw something like a tree or a house, practice accepting the lack of control and the ...

A modern approach to stress relief for busy people

At Wimble Wellness, we acknowledge that modern life is hectic and stressful, that you’re constantly dealing with things, whether work or family-related, an email here, a phone call there, always on the go, sometimes missing meals. This is why we teach a simplified form of Mindfulness with three simple principles: a few minutes of meditation ...

Why I teach seated meditation as well as Mindful Motion

Why I teach seated meditation as well as Mindful Motion
If you have ever been to one of my workshops or training sessions, you will notice that I teach people both moving and stationary meditation exercises, typically in the form of basic mindfulness meditation. On the face of it, it seems a little odd that this site is about practising mindfulness through movement and yet I ...

How to practice Mindfulness with everyday objects

One of the things that I’m keen to get across is that Mindfulness isn’t just about sitting cross-legged in complete silence on a comfy cushion, incense burning, observing your thoughts etc. It is about being able to apply the principles of Mindfulness in the real world to improve your life and how you interact with ...

Do you find meditation difficult?

Do you find meditation difficult?
Do you struggle to meditate? Do you feel it is too daunting to just sit in silence? Is your mind too busy to meditate? Do you find that you just can’t stop thinking? Does your mind jump from topic to topic keeping you stressed or anxious? Have you tried meditation but find that when you ...