R.A.I.N: A Four-Step Process For Using Mindfulness In Difficult Times

A couple of years ago, I discovered a 4-step mindfulness process that offers 'in-the-trenches' support for working with intense and difficult Read More

How to Use Mindfulness to Work With Negative Emotions

There are moments in life that are hard, painful, scary and difficult to endure. There are times when we feel anger, anxiety, grief, embarrassment, Read More

Busy & Stressed? 3 Tips to Make Your Day More Mindful

I just came back from teaching my four-day retreat ‘the art of mindful living’ to forty wonderful people. Throughout the course of those four days Read More

Feeling Grumpy? How Mindfulness Can Stop You From Being A ‘Grumpy Bum’

One of the most significant and delightful effects of my mindfulness practice over the past 15 years is that I am much less of a ‘grumpy bum’ than I Read More

Why Mindfulness Is The Key To Stress Free Living

What jumps to mind when you think of some of the biggest threats people face today when it comes to their health and well-being? Stress has Read More

7 Strategies to Maintain Mindfulness In the Information Age.

In this digital age we live in, technology provides us with incredible opportunities and conveniences but at the same time scientists tell us there is Read More

New Research Shows That Mindfulness Is the Secret to Happiness

New research is shedding light on the pursuit of happiness—and most of us have been looking in all the wrong places. It turns out, happiness is not Read More

Questioning the ‘Normal-ness’ of the Normal State of Mind

I have discovered, after over 15 years of study, that every wisdom tradition in the world's history has 2 core teachings. 1.The normal state of Read More

Mindfulness As A Cure For Insomnia: 8 Steps To Resting Easy

Are you enduring restless, sleepless nights?  Well read on because research is uncovering mindfulness to be one of the most powerful sleep aids on the Read More

5 Surprising Ways Mindfulness Boosts Your Health

Mindfulness used to be considered a fringe practice for hippies, New Agers or religious extremists. For a long time, the average adult felt it had no Read More