The Anger Meditation - Part 1

5th March 2011

When you think of meditation, you probably imagine someone sitting still—serene and blissful—far removed from the agitations of life. Now think of something you’re angry about and well … that image of meditation has probably fled in fear. So when you read the title of this article, “The Anger Meditation,” I’ll bet you had a […]


3rd December 2010

It’s not that easy to move from multitasking to unitasking. Many people try and fail repeatedly. To unitask effectively, we have to resist the multiple distractions of our environment—the emails, tweets, news streams and the voices of our children, friends, colleagues. We have to resist our own addictive habits. We have to get very clear […]

An Insomnia Moment

3rd December 2010

When we’re stressed, even the thought of meditating can be stressful. We are in such a hurry to get rid of the things that we believe are causing our stress that taking time out to meditate is the last thing we can imagine doing. How could I possibly meditate now??!!  But I have come to […]

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