Month: November 2015

Being playful-essential for adults and kids

As kids we were always playful whenever we had a chance. As adults we can often get busy and let this important part of our lives slip. As busy parents it is easy to see playing with our children as

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Staring each day mindfully – a very small beginning can make a huge difference

Having a few days away from work has given me the opportunity to spend the first part of my day with a mindful practice. The one I like best is just sitting, breathing, sometimes with eyes closed and sometimes with

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Examining our priorities

Sometimes there are so many things needing my attention that it is easy to rush into these that mindfulness gets pushed aside. It may not get seen as very high in the list of all the other priorities. But I’m

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Start Early-Children can learn mindfulness from a very early age

Children are amazing! They are born ready to grow and develop and learn. Children learn through their experiences. They explore their world within the relationships they have with those who care for them. They love exploring, playing and having fun.

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Noticing Opportunities

We all get really busy. It is so easy to think we don’t have time to stop and be in the present moment. So we put off being mindful until we have more time. Unfortunately that time when we will

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Improved audios

Check the audios regularly for improved quality and additions. I have been revamping the colouring pages and hope to have them up in their new format inĀ  the next couple of days.

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