MIND & MOVEMENT


  • Salina Hainzl

    Tea Mindfulness

    Are you feeling stressed to the max? Wanting to slow down but don’t know how? Remember when you were little and you would be doing one thing at a time – be it drawing a picture, making a block house, or playing with a doll or train? Remember how much ...

  • Krishna Das

    Life is a pain – a way out of the struggle

    Our culture doesn’t teach that there’s an alternative to living in our heads; so we’re stuck in these thoughts and they torture us. The stories we replay in our minds about our lives are so painful. That’s what drives some people to drugs. Their stories are painful, and they just ...

  • Larry Oakley

    Feed the beast at fitness class

    Peace of mind is the single most important benefit of going to fitness class on a regular basis, which means it’s particularly beneficial to people with addictive personalities.   Addictions started out like magical pets, pocket monsters. They did extraordinary tricks, showed you things you hadn’t seen, were fun. But ...

  • Lauren Wilson

    Body talk

    Are you expressing or suppressing your feminine and masculine qualities? Discover the answer using the most tangible reference point you have – your own body.   Ever wondered why the left side of your face differs from your right side? Or perhaps you’ve noticed that one side of your body ...

  • Tathra Street

    Women and leadership

    The world desperately needs more women in leadership roles. How do we shape a society that redresses imbalance in the number of women in leadership positions?   I‘ve been determined to make a difference in the world despite the sexism I’ve encountered, and so some years ago I chose to ...

  • Richmond Heath

    Debriefing the body: when talking about it isn’t enough

    In work and life, stress and trauma are unavoidable Long days at the computer, endless deadlines and unrealistic workloads. Financial insecurity, technical frustrations and people you’d prefer not to deal with. Include vicarious trauma for health professionals, welfare workers and emergency services, and it’s no wonder days lost to stress ...

  • Christopher Luard

    Working with challenging emotions

    Are you a long-time meditator who still struggles with challenging emotions? Have you never meditated and are curious how to work better with powerful feelings?   Here are some powerful and healthy ways to feel and process emotions effectively. To feel emotions is to be human. Challenging Emotions need to ...

  • Elise Bialylew

    Mindful technology

    Are you addicted to social media? Here’s a diagnostic checklist, and 4 tips to help break the habit and get your life back into balance. “The difference between technology and slavery is that slaves are fully aware that they are not free.” With invisible umbilical cords connecting us to ...

  • Judith Lissing

    The meditating scientist

    Scientifically trained, and understanding the proven health benefits of meditation, Judith is also empowered through wearing two hats at the one time.   When I was 10 years old my Year 5 teacher told us a story about a scientist who happened to be a microbiologist. I don’t remember who ...

  • Lauren Wilson

    Demystifying meditation

    Perhaps the biggest barrier to meditation is the word itself. Here are five easy ways to find a fulfilling meditation practice that’s right for you.   The ‘M’ word We seem to instinctively recognise the benefits of meditation, yet something stops many of us from developing our own meaningful meditation ...

  • Richard Chambers

    What mindfulness really is

    Mindfulness is everywhere these days! But what is it really? Expert Richard Chambers brings mindfulness back to its pure intention, and offers helpful tips on how to practise effectively.   Mindfulness, mindfulness, mindfulness. Everyone seems to be talking about mindfulness these days. It’s being practised in boardrooms and classrooms all ...

  • Jacinta Starick

    Mindful living brings boundless rewards, growth & development

    Mindful living helps us find who we were truly intended to be, enabling greater gratitude, expanded love and joy.   There are a plethora of books on the topic of meditation. These books provide an outline on how one might develop a more enriched life through a daily Mediation practise. I remember ...



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