We offer guided meditation sessions for groups

Meditation for Groups:

This fun, interactive and instructional session on meditation suits all age groups. It is a wonderful one-hour beginner course that acquaints participants with the importance of relaxation and concentration to every person's individual health, well-being, happiness and performance and then teaches them how to meditate.


People who meditate regularly tend to be calmer and more focused. They have improved memory and alertness, mental flexibility, mood, attitude, motivation and resistance to stress. They perform better in their business and private lives. Each session includes the latest information on meditation and is loaded with lots of great tips for men and women of all ages. You are guaranteed an hour of relaxation, education and inspiration, at the end of which you'll have everyone happy, revitalised and motivated for the remainder of their conference day!



Further Information and Articles about Meditation:


17/06/2021
Establishing Mental Health and COVID Immunity - A Vital Scripture Decoded
Due to Coronavirus, mental health must always remain a top maintenance priority. Just like a mussel, the brain needs constant flexing and stimulation. One of the most natural ways of keeping the brain healthily flexed and stimulated, is daily meditation. Many peer-reviewed publications - including the Bible -- have endorsed the benefits of daily meditation. Using a particular scripture, this article shows how 'tithing' and meditation are one and the same activity. The article also contains a practice technique for meditation.

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08/06/2021
Powerful Tips for Successful Meditation
Meditation Tips It is nice to live for the moment without worrying about the mistakes from the past and possible difficulties in the future. The reality is that it is quite difficult to simply live for the moment as you wish.

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24/05/2021
Mindfulness Attitudes - Acceptance
Another in the continuing exploration of the mindfulness attitudes by Helen Morris. This attitude is acceptance, a key support to the ability to engage in awareness and mindfulness. By accepting what we find in the world and within ourselves, without judgement or striving, we are able to achieve an inner calm to support us in our busy lives.

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11/04/2021
Mindfulness Attitudes - Non-Striving
The Mindfulness attitude of Non-Striving is a challenging one for us all, as the action of not doing, just being, can seem unimportant or at worst, selfish. Nothing could be further from the truth, as I explore in this article about the importance of non-striving.

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06/04/2021
Mindfulness Attitudes - Beginners Mind
The beginner's mind is a key attitude in mindfulness and awareness, bringing a childlike quality of curiosity to our lives and experiences. If we see the world in this way, we are more likely to be engaged in the moment, rather than distracted by concerns of the past or the future.

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22/03/2021
Mindfulness Attitudes - Trust
Mindfulness is in all parts of our lives and the attitudes of mindfulness touch us all. In this article I explore the concept of trust in relation to mindfulness. Trust begins with trusting ourselves and our intuition.

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23/12/2020
Why Self-Reflection Is Important? Here Are 10 Reasons
Self-reflection is a part of Psychological Mindedness. It is the capacity to look into your conscious thoughts, feelings, and mental state in order to learn more about yourself.

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23/12/2020
Why Psychological Mindedness Is Important? 10 Reasons
First of all, what is Psychological Mindedness? It's a construct with multiple aspects that all underline the concept of self-evaluation and conscious reasoning.

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