The non-jugdemental part of being non-judgemental

It’s a weird situation. When you start to watch your thoughts, frequently there is a voice that goes something like “dang it – there’s a thought!” or “What am I supposed to be doing”. Frequently this takes the form of self-criticism “I’m no good at this” or “I’m not doing it right”. When this happensContinue reading “The non-jugdemental part of being non-judgemental”

Mindfulness as a SuperPower

Well done description. Mindfulness as a superpower. Makes the point that jogging used to be considered something unusual and that Mindfulness will be like that in years to come. He asserts that the path to mindfulness is through meditation. I would refine that. That is A path, but not THE path. There are lots ofContinue reading “Mindfulness as a SuperPower”

Just open the door…the rest will take care of itself

So many ways. Look into a child’s eyes. See the magnificance of the sky, Notice the subtle play of light on the city at dawn or dusk, stare into the night sky for 5 minutes, look at the perfection of a flower, let a dog make you happy, feel the water on your skin whenContinue reading “Just open the door…the rest will take care of itself”

Be mindful anywhere, anytime, instantly

There’s not a lot of magic in life (well actually there is, but that’s another post), but this is a nice trick you can use anytime. Simply ask yourself “am I mindful now?” – answer is always yes. If you weren’t mindful when you asked, you have to become mindful in order to answer theContinue reading “Be mindful anywhere, anytime, instantly”

The Hand Exercise – quick and simple way to mindfulness

Many people find it challenging to sit still. Others find the thought of willing yourself into disciplined practice of daily meditation an overwhelming experience, just too big to fit into an already busy life. Plus there’s so much information on what to do, and how to do it that it’s hard to know where to begin.Continue reading “The Hand Exercise – quick and simple way to mindfulness”