Tag: Mindfulness

Learning to Meditate – Transcendental Meditation, Awareness and Emotional Regulation

Woman in Grass with Daisy in mouth - learning Meditation

A lot of us try to meditate and feel we fail or don’t get it. We try to meditate and don’t feel the benefit and it’s frustrating and boring to bother having another go. That was and is still is me much of the time. I have a busy impatient brain that is hard to

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Becoming My Future Self – the Discovery in Recovery

“No matter how old you are, you can create an incredible life ahead of you by living from your future, imagination, possibility, and inspiration.”  –Brooke Castillo Future Self: Cracking the Transformation Code One of the first things Holly Whitaker did in Hip Sobriety School (now Tempest) was to take us on a guided meditation where we

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Loneliness and Meditation- Just Say “YES” to Sunday Morning Calm

Last night I felt lonely. It was Saturday night and I was home alone. Usually I don’t feel this way but from time to time I do. There’s a stigma attached to loneliness, at least as I perceive it. Loneliness is seen as unpleasant, a dis-ease. Loneliness is seen as something that should be cured with

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