Mindfulness- Good Karma- Zen


#101

Well this is it, we are missing life and letting it pass us by everyday…and by life I mean ourselves and the relationships we have with others.


#102

:clap:


#103

I’ve been incorporating 10 minutes of meditation into my day for over a year now thanks to @KinvarasPassion advice.


#104

I wish I took my own advice pal, a great habit that i somehow lost along the way.


#105

Not long after a lovely 5k meditative jog. The joy of being mindful and alive is unreal.


#106

PM please mate


#107

Send on your email.


#108

I had polarity therapy today… An amazing experience
http://www.polaritytherapy.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=32:what-is-polarity&catid=7:general&Itemid=18


#109

10 minutes in the company of Jack Carter this morning pal. Time well spent, havent had such clarity in months. A real purpose to every task this morning so far.


#110

He’s a wonderful, wonderful man… @Horsebox, send on an email address… make one up if you’re afraid of revealing yourself… just get it done.


#111

I’d forgotten about this. PM sent, kid.


#112

@Horsebox- how you getting on with Jack Carter, pal?


#113

Breathing in peace, breathing out stress… breathing in peace, breathing out stress… breathing in peace, breathing out stress.


#114

Forgot all about it since last week but I’ve just downloaded it onto my phone, pal. Is this something that could be listened to on the walk into work or do I need a quiet room for thisl?


#115

This particular one is best done sitting/lying down, pal… it can be done anywhere really, even at your work desk but best be in a quiet enviroment I suppose.


#116

Lying in bed works well


#117

I got up at ten to five and mediated for 15 minutes this morning with enigma "return to innocence’ as the background music


#118

I’ve an 8 hour mindfulness workshop tomorrow…what an amazing way to spend a Sunday… I’ll probably fast and meditate till about 6pm.


#119

Just out from a session with Jack Carter - those in the know will know.

That was session 1 of a 6 week course - ‘Together we heal’


#120

Skipping The Sunday Game tonight to practice some mindfulness instead. Have a meeting tomorrow morning that’s going to be a tempestuous and heated affair. I want to be cool, calm and collected and other things Ger Canning says out of context in hurling commentaries. I need to be relaxed but sharp and focused as I can’t give the other side too much latitude to run the meeting on their terms. I’m starting by listening to The Lonesome Boatman while visualising the top 3 hand gestures I plan on using tomorrow.