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Mindful in May | Meditation Taster

April 17, 2015
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Here is a sneak peak at the kind of meditation practices you will get as part of the Mindful in May online program. This was the very first meditation from last years challenge, the body scan. It’s a taste of what thousands of people across the globe will be practicing as part of Mindful in…

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How to Spread the Mindful Ripple – Fundraising Tips

April 15, 2015
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This year funds raised by our Mindful in May community will go towards Charity Water’s clean water projects in Uganda. It only takes $35 to transform someone’s life through clean water. So what’s the best way to spread the mindful ripple and get your family and friends to sponsor you to be mindful in may? The…

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How to be Mindful after May [Downloading your Meditations]

April 11, 2015
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May is flying by and you may be asking: what happens at the end of the month? As with anything, you’ll feel the benefits of your practice more an more as you keep going – so for that reason we recommend you download the meditations from the program to keep up the practice after May! The…

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Mindful in May Ambassadors The Merrymaker Sisters

April 6, 2015
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What led you to meditation? When we started to focus on our health through eating real food, there was plenty of our own research going on, mainly Google, reading and speaking with like minded people. One common thing that kept popping up was the benefits of meditation. We decided to give it a go and…

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Mindful in May Ambassador Jacqueline Alwill

April 6, 2015
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What led you to meditation? I was becoming increasingly busy with work and struggling to find a way to focus clearly on one project at a time. I would jump between ideas and tasks constantly trying to get more done, when in reality there was less achieved. My meditation teacher, Jacqui Lewis (The Broad Place),…

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April 1, 2015
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So often our stress levels are compounded by the impact of our thoughts. The point of this weeks practice is that as you develop more capacity to see your thoughts rather than be your thoughts – you slowly develop more capacity to be free from the impact of thoughts. You start to have some choice…

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Mindful in May Ambassador Tara Bliss

April 1, 2015
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What led you to meditation? It’s funny because my answer to this might be surprising in that, I believe what led me back meditation was actually my detour away from it. If I think back to the essence of myself as a little girl, the silent, mystical, boundless world of formlessness has always appealed to…

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Raw Strawberries & Cream Cheesecake | Tara Bliss

March 30, 2015
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Base Ingredients Dates – 6 fresh or 8 dried Almond Meal – 1 cup Coconut oil – ½ cup Activated buckwheat Groats – ½ cup Strawberries – 250gm fresh, halved   Method In a food processor, blitz almond meal, dates and coconut oil until well combined. Add buckwheat groats and pulse together. Press mix into…

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Raw Pad Thai | Tara Bliss

March 30, 2015
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The Noodles Kelp noodle are fantastic in raw Pad Thai. Super crunchy and refreshing. But instead this recipe features carrot and zucchini. They’ve then pickled them in lime juice to soften them into ‘pasta’. If you have a spiralizer or mandolin, awesome. If not, a knife works great. The Salad Sprouts. We used sunflower, buckwheat…

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4 ways Mindfulness can Enhance your Happiness

March 20, 2015
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By Elise Bialylew   – 
“It is the mind that translates good and bad circumstances into happiness or misery. So happiness comes with the purging of mental toxins, such as hatred, compulsive desire, arrogance and jealousy, which literally poison the mind. It also requires that one cease to distort reality and that one cultivate wisdom.”…

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