Stepping out

18th April 2020

This was our fifth meet up in the Virtual room

We spoke about alternative ways we could practice walking meditation;

Then we all practised the Sitting Meditation.

and had tea  …

Re-Connect with nature

This week we spoke about the differences between Sitting meditation and Walking meditation. Since we have been in the virtual space we have not been able to practice this core activity as a community.

So the challenge this week is to see if we can have a go at developing mindfulness and concentration with open eyes.

Some idea might be just to take a dozen mindful steps in the park or public space. Remember that no one will come up to you and disturb as they need to stay 2 metres away! It might be a challenge to handle a feeling of self consciousness, I bet you can.

Another idea was just to slip off your shoes and stand on the grass, stone, pebbles, any natural material, ideally outside. Bring your awareness to the rich tapestry of sensations that are freely available in nature.

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All New Practise again

I have refreshed both the guided and silent meditation audio tracks for April.

Spot the difference 🕵️

Chat & meditate

Facing Fear

This week we discussed Fear and how to Feel Safe in the small group sessions in the week.

Obviously the COVID situation can be scary.

Reminding us of our fears of death and illness, the vulnerability of our loved ones and the suffering from isolation.

Here are audio files of our discussions and meditations.

If you want to join in next week you are very welcome.

Please have a think about a topic for discussion.

You can send me your thoughts on an email.

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At tea we had a very heart felt discussion about the benefit of our practice community and the help we can all give each other at this challenging time.

No matter how small your gesture of support and gratitude it goes a very long way to relive the suffering of those around us.

book report


Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm.

Formed by a lifetime of mindfulness in action, he also shows us the path to peace, happiness and freedom that can come out of such explorations. For him, happiness is not found by suppressing our emotions but by purposefully living in a mindfully aware state.

Thich Nhat Hanh, Plum Village

Thay or 'teacher' is a renowned Zen master and Buddhist monk from Vietnam.

Next Community session is Saturday 25th April

Followed by the 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd May

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