No Wellbeing on a Dead Planet: Hope, Mindfulness and Extinction Rebellion

No Wellbeing on a Dead Planet: Hope, Mindfulness and Extinction Rebellion

Natalie Cristal Morrison has an important message of hope and awakening for us. If you are one of the many that feels overwhelmed by the burdens our current environmental situation then this is a must read.

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Embracing Your Edges

Embracing Your Edges

How often are you prepared to go to your edge places? To really place yourself in a situation you know will challenge you to your limits in some way. Once a week? Once a month? Once a year? How often would you like it to be? What holds you back? 

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Redefining a Life of Luxury

Redefining a Life of Luxury

Mindfulness is a way of being. What’s often missing in the white-washed zen-style imagery that can shape our preconceptions of this practice is that it can really make our lives pop into a glorious, widened spectrum of emotions and senses.

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After Abundance; On Becoming the ‘Less Is More’ Generation

After Abundance; On Becoming the ‘Less Is More’ Generation

The term ‘Bodhicitta’ in Sanskrit means a mind that strives towards awakening for the collective wellbeing of all. Beyond surface-level stress reduction, mindfulness-based meditation practices and ways of living can bring us closer to that sense of profound comfort and ease within ourselves that exists whenever we are thinking and acting out of our innate sense of compassion and connection with other beings.

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Avoiding Wastage: A Mindful Personal Accounting System

Avoiding Wastage: A Mindful Personal Accounting System

Natalie takes a look at how preventing waste in our own internal world can have a lasting impact the way we treat external resources. She offers the practice of Mindfulness as one potential solution to the economy of waste that we find ourselves in. This is meditation and activism all rolled into one.

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On Interbeing: Cultivating Deep Connection to Others and the World

On Interbeing: Cultivating Deep Connection to Others and the World

In the coming decade, a radical shift of humanity towards a more ingrained sense of interconnectedness with others and the environment is needed to keep the forces of greed and self-interest that are causing so much suffering and that have the potential to cause irreparable damage to our planet in check. No less than the lives of our children depend on it.

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