Category: Guest

~ Written by Jiva Masheder who is one of our registered Mindfulness Network Supervisors and also offers Personal Practice Mentoring. In this blog post, Jiva reflects on her latest research paper about supporting participants’ home practice ~ ‘I don’t have Read more…

~ Written by Peter Morgan ~ Peter is one of our Mindfulness Network supervisors and works as Clinical Psychologist and Mindfulness Teacher in the NHS. Peter also runs The Free Mindfulness Project, where this blog was originally posted.  As communities Read more…

Written by Cathy-Mae Karelse and Jo Gillibrand This is a guest blog from Cathy, one of our Mindfulness Network Supervisors and Jo, who is a trained mindfulness teacher and coach from Clear Mind International. We currently find ourselves immersed in Read more…

~ Written by River Wolton ~ ‘Freedom is not just about transcending identity but embracing it until what is beyond the experience of identity reveals itself.’ Larry Yang    On 16th November 2019, I will co-lead, alongside my colleague Bernat Font, a one day retreat for all Read more…

– by Rebecca Crane I recently arrived home from a teaching trip to Lithuania and Germany. The connections were rich. The newly emerging mindfulness-based teaching community in Lithuania are eager to learn, warm in their welcome and a delight to Read more…

– written by Gwennie Fraser   The Word Down near the bottom of the crossed-out list of things you have to do today, between “green thread” and “broccoli,” you find that you have pencilled “sunlight.” The opening lines of Tony Read more…

– written by Rosalie Dores The Mindfulness Network (MN) annual gathering took place in March (2019) at the Gilwell Centre north of London. I wasn’t sure I would make it. General busyness, a major home relocation booked for 8th March, Read more…

– written by Sheila Roche I am really glad, reading the other contributions to this blog, that the Mindfulness Network is committed in such a personal way to developing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) policies. I am a cisgendered* lesbian Read more…

– written by Rosalie Dores (re-published in full with her permission) When we embark on a path of meditative practice and living mindfully, it can feel very personal, and in many ways it is. Our motivation may be rooted in Read more…

– written by Rosalie Dores (re-published in full with her permission) It is not uncommon for meditation to be considered a form of ‘naval gazing.’ Critics suggest that to spend time concentrated on oneself is at best self-indulgent or at Read more…

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