F.A.I.L

Failing sucks. It’s hard to admit, it’s hard to be with. So when we’re engulfed by the difficult emotions of failure, we can remember the acronym F.A.I.L – feel, accept, introspection, love. Give this meditation a go the next time you find yourself feeling anything but a winner.

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The Carnival

This visualisation meditation takes us on a journey through the carnival. A metaphor for experiencing the dizzying highs and some nauseating lows. It’s a practice in being with whatever experience we find ourselves in any given moment – just sitting back and enjoying the ride.

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Tension and Relief

Spoiler alert! A meditation on what it’s like to watch Game of Thrones like a Buddhist, but even if you’re not a fan, a practice in noticing and sitting with tension and other emotions that jerk us around.

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Rejoice

A meditation we can do to stop and celebrate the moments that make us proud, remembering all that’s positive about ourselves and the world – and helping to shift the needle on our brain’s negativity bias.

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Gently

This meditation is great for beginners or for when we need something very focused and simple to bring us back to the present. It’s a breath meditation that reminds us to approach our practice very gently.

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Find Calm

When big emotions threaten to engulf us there is a way out. It’s the knowing that stress, anxiety, anger and fear will present somewhere – not everywhere – and to deliberately train our attention to seek out clear space – to find calm.

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Relax, Refuel

While some meditations are designed specifically to help us fall asleep, mindfulness meditation requires two special ingredients: relaxation AND alertness. This meditation helps us relax body and refuel mind, bringing greater clarity, peace and calm into stormy inner worlds.

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