Like exercise, the beneﬁts of meditation are many, and scientists and doctors are always ﬁnding new ones, from easing stress to improving focus to facilitating healing on all levels from heart health to immunity...
Candles are used by folks from all walks of life for relaxation, meditation, aromatherapy, and, most importantly, to achieve that “peaceful homey” feeling of being in your own sanctuary. This simple yet profound tool can make powerful magic.
Enhance your experience of pregnancy, birth and motherhood through learning mindfulness techniques that help improve your physical and emotional wellbeing. These short meditations, both formal and informal, allow you to focus on your baby and your growing bond.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, a reminder of how important it is for us all to think – and talk – about our own mental and emotional health all year round. Here are some of our upcoming books written to help you deal with stress, navigate loss and realise your full potential.
As hugging someone else isn’t an option right now, hug yourself with this simple meditation from Everyday Self-Care. The gentle pressure on the heart space and the belly stimulates the release of oxytocin along with its benefits.
Happiness is as invisible as electricity, and just as powerful. We can feel its effects and see its impact, but everyone's description of what it does will be different. This extract from Lois Blyth's Be Happy outlines ways you can find happiness in your life.
Making “mind jars” is a fun craft and a great way to teach children about how mindfulness practice helps them calm down and focus. This simple exercise is an easy way to integrate mindfulness into your child's life. Try this simple mindfulness exercise with your child.