Joseph Goldstein – Mindfulness of thoughts (Loving Knowing Growing program)

This week I would like to share some insights from a program with Joseph Goldstein Loving Knowing Growing – Sounds True I have been practicing on.  Some of his reflections resonated with me and helped me find different ways to approach meditation. Mindfulness meditation can be perceived as a way of nurturing understanding both theContinue reading “Joseph Goldstein – Mindfulness of thoughts (Loving Knowing Growing program)”

My IGTV with Ilda at @ The Mental Fitness Store

Burnout and tools for Mindfulness. I was truly delighted to be invited by Ilda, co-founder @The Mental Fitness Store for a chat about Burnout and Mindfulness a couple of weeks ago, on a Sunday.  I love sharing, raising awareness and provide some effective tools based on my experience. I had a chance to go onContinue reading “My IGTV with Ilda at @ The Mental Fitness Store”

EFT Tapping: Imposter syndrome.

IGTV with Santa @baltichealing and Amber @findyourfe This week I was particularly inspired by the EFT tapping technique (i.e. Emotional Freedom Technique) I came across in the IGTV I am going to share about. I previously wrote about Amber and her fantastic technique of reconnecting to our inner intuition (very exciting that she has someContinue reading “EFT Tapping: Imposter syndrome.”

My visit at the exhibition “Buddhism” at the British Library before lockdown last year.

“When the mind is not trained it is like a monkey. Meditation helps you to focus”.  Dhammananda Bikkhuni. One of the most enjoyable  parts of my life before the pandemic was going to exhibitions in my free time.  I really miss it. I even subscribed to a National Art Pass – Art Fund (during lockdownContinue reading “My visit at the exhibition “Buddhism” at the British Library before lockdown last year.”

IGTV “Why we feel this” hosted by Jada Sezer – guest Dr David Hamilton

I was very grateful for a fantastic IGTV organised by Jada Sezer, interviewing Dr David Hamilton. He was a guest for this very first video, about how we feel, the power of the mind, how just thinking can be extremely powerful, impact on the way we feel, even heal the body.  Lockdown is giving aContinue reading “IGTV “Why we feel this” hosted by Jada Sezer – guest Dr David Hamilton”

My IGTV “Living Mindfully” with Cheeway

It was a real pleasure to have a “Living Mindfully” chat on Instagram   with  Cheeway on Monday. I met Cheeway at the Meaningful Weekend organised by Teachers Teach Teachers a month ago. We were both speakers. It was nice to cross paths with her.  I watched her talk about “Inquiry based learning” which brought meContinue reading “My IGTV “Living Mindfully” with Cheeway”

What is the right thing to do?

In his TEDx talk (back in 2012), Dr Hamilton very much emphasized on how people who are kind and compassionate at their heart can change the world for the better.He described his Mum as somebody who is a very generous and compassionate, always doing nice things for others. He noticed this made them feel betterContinue reading “What is the right thing to do?”

My journey with Pilates and Meditation

As a freelance Neurolanguage Coach®, I used to travel quite extensively on both the tube and the Overground transport to go and see clients, carry materials around before the pandemic happened. In addition to that, I had a serious car crash years ago. In summary, I was totally neglecting myself until I really started toContinue reading “My journey with Pilates and Meditation”

Am I doing or am I being?

When we embrace Mindfulness and practice it, we immediately access the door of the “being mode” with both our attention and awareness. It is a real transition and we shift from “doing” to “being” afterwards. What does that mean concretely? There are seven mental aspects that characterise “doing” as opposed to “being”: Automatic pilot (aContinue reading “Am I doing or am I being?”

Some effective and fun Mindfulness activities for children and teens

Children and teenagers are constantly exposed to lots of stimuli and pressure, especially during their time at school. At this moment of lockdown, in particular, they spend more time at home and learning online. In addition to that, they are facing the uncertainty of these turbulent times. They can be challenged in a creative andContinue reading “Some effective and fun Mindfulness activities for children and teens”