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  • Hot Spiced Apple

    December 23, 2013

    This drink is a lovely warming treat to enjoy whenever the weather gets cold, it is something that I enjoy often. This is also…

  • 30 Days Of Meditative Creativity

    March 1, 2020
    30 Days Of Meditative Creativity

    Magazine articles, apps, documentaries, wellness books, basically everywhere you turn nowadays people are talking about the benefits of meditation. So I ask are you meditating? The chances are you fall into one of 3 categories; those who are nailing meditation, those who are thinking yeah sure but it doesn't sound like my thing and those who have tried it and just cannot make it work. If you are in the last two categories, and let's face it most of us are, stay with me I am about to change your perspective.

    I am a sceptical person, in fact I make sceptics look a bit woo woo so before believing that I wanted to go down a meditation route in my life I did ALL of the reading, and then I read some more. I will fill you in on the science in a moment, I tried several different methods of meditation and they just weren't working for me. I did what any self-respecting sceptic does, I read some more and I found out why it wasn't working and then I figured out a way to make it work and now I can share this with you.


    Meditation has grown in popularity around the globe in recent years but is there any real science behind its effectiveness?

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    Meditation practice is not about stopping your thoughts. Instead it is about finding peace with them, recognising what is happening in your brain and not judging. This is can be a huge problem for the vast majority of people as quiet time alone with your thoughts can be hugely damaging if your thoughts are very negative. So many of us have trauma in our past, of varying degrees and being alone with those thoughts can send a person into a downwards spiral. It takes an incredibly well trained mind to not descend into despair at times. Wouldn't it be great if we were all born with a well train mind eh? By offering your mind a conscious focus you are better able to find clarity and deal with those thoughts that are swimming around aimlessly and offer them direction so they can swim in your mind with purpose or leave if they need to.
    Doodling, (a form of fidgeting), actually helps to focus the mind. Do you remember how many times as a child you were told to stop fidgeting and concentrate? In fact people who doodle have far better memory retention. Continuous thought or concentration actually puts your brain under strain. Guess what meditation can cause strain. What if I could tell you that you can harness the power of the doodle and creative activity to aide your mental well-being. This course could open the door to meditation for you.
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    For 30 days you will get a daily prompt. Each email will take you through the process and an optional guided meditation. Why optional? Well the very action of these activities have been developed to work as a guided meditation or something you can use to quiet the monkey mind and give you some peace and clarity in the day. You do not have to be artistic to benefit from this, it doesn't even matter if you have not picked up a crayon or paintbrush since primary school.

    The course will give you;

    • 30 daily prompts
    • Video links for each day
    • A link to a specially compiled playlist that you can use for your creative meditation
    • Life-time access



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