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anger

Anger is an attempt to change others in ways that make you feel more secure.

— Gary Zukav (@gary_zukav) November 22, 2014

Mindfulness

Let's Get Real With Parenting...

From a Buddhist point of view, everything is temporary. There is nothing that does not change. This can either induce extreme anxiety or contentment. Or a bit of both. 908 more words

Parenting

The Most Important Thing To Remember

Life is short. And it’s really easy to waste the very little time that we have. Probably the biggest waste of time is allowing ourselves to be agitated. 76 more words

Reflection

A wet dismal Sunday, like today, seems an ideal opportunity for reflection.

As advertisers, broadcasters and shops whisk us towards the end of 2014, with promises of pure joy and happiness, provided of course that we spend hundreds of pounds on mostly unnecessary (and unwanted?) gifts, I find myself taking time to consider what I have experienced or achieved, so far, during the year. 346 more words

Photography

Risk feeling awkward, extend a little farther. Try a little harder, effort is our concern not results.


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Risk more than others think is safe.
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Care more than others think is wise.
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Dream more than others think is practical. 9 more words

Assorted

My journey with irrational fear:


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Irrational fear, fear based on trauma memories, implicit memories stored in the amygdala, are not grounded in reality or do they pose a real in this moment threat to our being. 271 more words

Assorted

Wellbeing in policy in the UK

Following on from my previous post about yoga and ayurveda in India’s government, I came across the ‘Wellbeing in four policy areas’ report in the UK which has been produced by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Wellbeing Economics. 516 more words

Meditation