A Beginners Guide to Meditation now available as Kindle EBook

Our book “A Beginners Guide to Meditation” is now available as a Kindle EBook and instantly downloadable from Amazon. This is the first of our Kindle books to be published so we are very excited at this next phase of our book publishing journey.

Our book “A Beginners Guide to Meditation” is now available as a Kindle EBook and instantly downloadable from Amazon. This is the first of our Kindle books to be published so we are very excited at this next phase of our book publishing journey.

Did you know that there have been more than 4 million Kindles sold in December and leading up to Xmas Amazon was selling Kindles at the rate of $1 million a week. Amazon is now selling twice as many eBooks as Hard cover books so it is great that we can be part of this revolution.

In this book we go over different types of meditation and explain how a beginner can get started and benefit from the great benefits that are available. Continue reading “A Beginners Guide to Meditation now available as Kindle EBook”

How to pay no mind to the rantings and ravings of the mind

It has only taken 4000 years, but Western medicine is finally catching up with the East and embracing the healing power of mindfulness

It has only taken 4000 years, but Western medicine is finally catching up with the East and embracing the healing power of mindfulness, writes Nicole Brady. Mindful meditation at Fountain Gate Primary School. Photo: Ken Irwin

VIRTUALLY overnight, mindfulness has hit the mainstream. Once a niche therapeutic tool, it is now taught to athletes, primary school students, cancer patients, the anorexic, the obese, corporate lawyers, prisoners, bankers and medical undergraduates. In short: anyone and everyone.

The truth about mindfulness is that its proponents have been spreading the word for a long time. Thousands of years, in fact. But as Western science has started endorsing many of the techniques of Eastern orthodoxies, mindfulness has crossed over from fad to commonplace. Continue reading “How to pay no mind to the rantings and ravings of the mind”