Mindfulness is one of four areas recommended for improving wellbeing in a new report. I'll be writing a post on my views soon. In the meantime, you can download the full report "Wellbeing in Four Policy Areas" on the All Parliamentary Parliamentary Group on Wellbeing Economics website.
In 2006, my life changed. I sustained a traumatic brain injury in a cycling accident. I went from someone involved in providing services to someone receiving them. I became a ‘TBI’ ( traumatic brain injury). It was a sobering. It was also dehumanising.
But everyone loves an acronym don’t they? Apart from when you find you have become one.
I was lucky - I recovered. Mindfulness was a big part of that for me. I was thinking today about my health records and whether I had been re-categorised into something else.Read More
David Whyte will be speaking at a very special Sussex Mindfulness Centre event on the morning of the 6th June (University of Sussex). The theme is "The Art of Creating a More Beautiful Mind".
This is such a rare chance to see David Whyte in person in the UK. As of last week, there were still a few places left, but do get in quick if you'd like to attend. The cost is £75.
If you've not come across David's work, the below video gives some interesting insight.
Reserve your place by emailing: email@example.com.
Superb little film about attachment in babies from the Mental Health Foundation - short, powerful and meaningful. Spread the word.