G’day, and thanks so much for reading!
I’m Melli, I’m a mindfulness teacher but first and foremost, a mindfulness practitioner. You can find out more about me here.
I originally created this blog as a way to support those who had completed a mindfulness retreat or course with me, but it has now taken on a life of its own. To my delight, many people from all over the world are gaining from the posts. I hope you do as well.
Below I’ve organised the most popular blog posts into a useful guide so you can explore it easily. Enjoy!
A ‘What, Why and How’ Guide to Mindful Living
- What is Mindfulness and What Does It Mean to You? (with links to research and an inspiring video)
- How to Practice Mindfulness In 5 Simple Steps (with free audio)
- 11 ways to integrate mindfulness into daily life
- The 8 essential foundations of mindfulness
- 9 tips on setting up your own mindfulness practice
- How mindfulness boosts your health
- Harvard research shows mindfulness is the true key to lasting happiness (cool TED talk vid definitely worth a watch!)
- The many names for mindfulness (we’re all saying the same thing with different words)
- How to bring ‘mini meditations’ into your day
- How to practice ‘walking meditation’
- The biggest obstacle to mindful living?
Mindfulness For Specific Challenges and Situations
- Mindfulness for Addiction
- Mindfulness for Depression
- Mindfulness for Stress Reduction
- Mindfulness for Anxiety
- Mindfulness for Insomnia
- 7 Ways to Use Mindfulness with Technology (with a short video)
- 6 Ways to Teach Mindfulness to Children
- Mindfulness for Pain Management
- Mindfulness Tips for Busy People (aka all of us!)
- How to Use Mindfulness to Work with Negative Emotions
- How to Use Mindfulness to Overcome Negative Thinking (For Good!)
- How Mindfulness Can Stop You Being a Grumpy Bum
More Mindfulness Resources
I hope you find these articles helpful.
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