Interview with Suryacitta

Suryacitta, also known The Happy Buddha, began practicing mindfulness meditation in 1989 and started teaching in 1996.   He now teaches mindfulness meditation in Leicester, the East Midlands and nationwide. He runs workshops and … Read More >>

Responding Not Reacting: Mindfulness Lessons From The Martial Arts

By Robert Plotkin Most of my exposure to mindfulness has been through my study of martial arts. I was introduced to martial arts in, what I have learned, is a very common way: as a result of getting beaten up in the fifth grade.  It was a … Read More >>

When the World is Too Much With Us: Do Just One Thing

By Alex Ratcliffe Do you know the old joke/story: “Why worry? There are only two things to worry about…” Well, no, there aren’t. There are an infinite number of things to worry about. And they will never end. You can group worries into … Read More >>

Nothing stays as it is, everything changes and mindfulness is the gift that helps us accept that

By Singhashri Gazmuri Here's a truth. If you think you've got it wrong, you're right. You've got it wrong. You've got it absolutely wrong. I learned this hard truth at age 16 when the relief of death finally came for my mother - and for me. We … Read More >>

11 Ways to Bring More Mindfulness Into Your Life Today

By Mellissa O'Brien One of the most common questions I’m asked these days is “how can I bring more mindfulness into my everyday life?” So today I’ll share the 11 strategies I find most effective and commonly use to infuse mindfulness into my whole … Read More >>

The Mindfulness Summit: A FREE Online Event With 31 Of The World’s Leading Teachers

I had a dream a while back. I wanted to offer high quality mindfulness training to everyone. Now, after much hard work over these past couple of months, I'm excited to say that we (my partner Matty and I) have made this dream a reality. The … Read More >>

3 Quick Mindfulness Practices to Overcome Worry, Anxiety and Panic

By Jodie Gien Whether we admit it or not, we all worry. You might worry about the big things, like relationships, your job or your direction in life. Or it may be small niggly things like your to-do list and stewing over a comment you wish you … Read More >>

Mindfulness: a continuous process and a way of being.

I ride my bike several times a week for exercise. It's also relaxing, because the path I take goes along a creek where I frequently see egrets, hawks, turtles, rabbits, and the occasional deer or two. It winds through a thick patch of trees and … Read More >>