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The Living Well with Kindness Online Event | By Karen Atkinson

The Living Well with Kindness Event, on Saturday the 5th of March 2022, is brought to you by the founders of MindfulnessUK and Anahata Yoga Centre. This new and unique event brings together a wide range of experienced mindfulness and yoga therapy teachers and inspiring speakers, providing a number of insightful and supportive talks, practices, expert panel discussions and Q&A sessions throughout the day.

Mindfulness and Compassion, and why I wrote a book about it. By Karen Atkinson

It excites me to consider all the teaching of practices and the skillful inquiry that is being offered as a result of people reading my book and putting all that is learnt into practice. The ripple effect of enabling others to gain insights and make sustainable changes warms my heart every single day and I encourage you to try it for yourselves and reap the rich, deep rewards that it yields.

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Blessed To Belong | By Helen Potts an IMC Student

Being part of a Mindfulness community is wonderful, nurturing and supportive.  It’s somewhere to connect with others and belong.  It’s natural to seek out safe spaces and like minded people, we are in truth predisposed in our wish to have these families or associations.  It’s also a creative way to grow and develop our mindfulness …

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MindfulnessUK is hiring!

This new team member will help fulfil MindfulnessUK’s vision of developing a kinder society through their enthusiasm and skills for systems innovation, appreciate the importance of building a compassionate mindful community, ensuring the company operations flow smoothly and economically and upskilling others to do this life-enhancing work through the delivery of teacher training.

Is Your Mind Your Friend? | By Tim Stanyon – an IMC Graduate and friend of MindfulnessUK

When I started mindfulness practices I was constantly being told, and then told myself, that my mind was a ‘distraction’, something that would inevitably interrupt my practice and something I had to guard against.  Without realising it I had set up an oppositional relationship with my mind, at least as far as practice was concerned. This isn’t helpful!

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