When every morning feels like an inner trial of strength and it takes an uncertain number of hours or days to confront the feelings, the ambivalence of one's own emotional state is often a reason that stands in the way. The British neo-folk songwriter uses this confusing mixture of emotions to draw new courage from … Continue reading SOBI
With each meditation you can focus on a different topic. Gratitude is a topic that is extremely useful in enabling you to be more aware of the great things that you already have in your life, slowly taking you away from any stress, anger, anxiety, upset or disappointment, simply lightening life's load. So let's begin... … Continue reading Meditation Snippets no.5 – Gratitude
Angry. Upset. Confused. Stressed. Anxious. Fraudulent. I was spinning. So I went to hobby craft, picked up the biggest canvas I could find along with some paints. Drove home. Turned up the music. Listened to my soul. And started painting. I let go. I released. I was free. Love makes you enter some of the … Continue reading Beth Redwood Pain
Perhaps for many of you, discussing back to basics in the first snippet would have been more useful. But thats what you think! As your practice progresses on further, you will find that bringing yourself back to basics is always necessary, so if you begin this way you'll continue forwards knowing that you are never … Continue reading meditation snippets no.2 – Back to basics.
From an early age we are told that there are two types of people in this world. Those who see their glass as half full and those who see it as half empty. Many of us strive to be the person who sees their glass as half full. We want to be a positive person. … Continue reading See your glass.
This series will consist of little meditation snippets which are proven to positively impact, not only you, but your whole day and everyone around you. The practice of Meditation helps you detach the true nature of self from the ego. If I was to ask you what the mind is, or what your mind in … Continue reading Meditation Snippets – no.1 Tonglen
a creative expression of depression, its trickery of the mind, fooled into the comfortability found within its tides... but what other options are there?
What do you do when you realise the only person you can trust is yourself, only to learn this isn't exactly true? Experiencing life as it is and realising that everything is subject to change, can lead to the conclusion that you, can only trust, you. Learning to appreciate yourself, knowing that you'll always have … Continue reading No one to trust?
Maybe it’s something chemical, A lost cigarette burning free. Its twisting fumes fanned away by dancing digits after a capital C. . If I let the blood that’s turned magnetic, Will my body be repaired, To a time before a white flag was raised to E=mc squared. . ‘Existence is futile, meaning is dead’, We … Continue reading Something chemical
Today, predominantly within the western world, survival techniques have developed, of which obstructing many of our natural emotions. With tears associated with weakness and excitement perceived as immaturity, our natural emotions are hidden behind sensible suits, false answers and crooked smiles. Psychology is becoming more understood and respected each and every day, not only this … Continue reading Uncomfortable?