Meditation

The art of precious scars

Meditation for a Heart Centred Life – The art of precious scars

During the time I lived in Japan – almost 4 years in my lifetime, I  came to very much admire their intricate appreciation for  beauty… particularly the detail, care, and respect they have for each aspect of their art. Most specifically, I came to admire the beautiful message behind Kintsugi. Kintsugi is the art of repairing broken …

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Mindfulness for a Meaningful Life

Attention! The Cause of Happiness – Noticing New Sensations with Attentive Mindfulness

Details Suitability: Everyone Primary Use: meditation, breathing, stress reduction Primary practice: Buddhist meditation Primary Origins: Mindfulness/science Any spiritual/religious references: Non sectarian Primary benefit:Health, healing, stress, happiness Year released: 2019 Voice: Celia Roberts Description This meditation will help you develop attention to the present moment, which is actually building up the prefrontal cortex of your brain …

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empathy and compassion

Meditation as Lifestyle Medicine – What is the Difference Between Empathy and Compassion?

Why only empathy gets fatigued,and why Compassion Meditationfosters well-being… Though we may not realise it, we are inherently designed for connection – both physically and emotionally.  Within the emerging field of interpersonal neurobiology, and certainly within the more recent works of renowned authors and advocates of well-being such as Matthieu Riccard, Richard Davidson, Bonnie Badenoch, …

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Meditation as Lifestyle Medicine – Trauma Informed Meditation and Mindfulness for Neuroplastic Change

Details Suitability: Everyone Primary Use: meditation, breathing, stress reduction Primary practice: Buddhist meditation, Trauma Informed Primary Origins: Mindfulness/science/trauma Any spiritual/religious references: Non sectarian Primary benefit:Health, healing, stress, trauma, ptsd Year released: 2019 Voice: Celia Roberts Description This meditation is about learning to positively change the brain’s neuro-structure to mitigate the changes of prolonged stress, PTSD …

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Meditation as Lifestyle Medicine – Meditation for Sleep and Mindfulness of the Eyes

Details Suitability: Everyone Primary Use: meditation, breathing, stress reduction Primary practice: Buddhist meditation Primary Origins: Mindfulness/science Any spiritual/religious references: Non sectarian Primary benefit: Health, healing, stress, sleep Year released: 2019 Voice: Celia Roberts Description This meditation is for those wanting an excellent night’s sleep. This is a simple technique to withdraw the mental energy and …

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Walking Meditation

Meditation as Lifestyle Medicine – Understanding the Fight / Flight / Freeze Response

Why does our face go red when we are embarrassed or in a state of rage?  Why is it that we shut down when shamed? Why do we feel a sense of restriction or tightness when someone looks at us a certain way, or says to us “no”?  Or conversely, why is it that when …

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Restorative Yoga

Meditation as Lifestyle Medicine – Meditation for Pain

It is said that one in five Australians live with chronic pain, and yet it remains the most negated and misunderstood phenomenon world-wide.  So, what if rethinking pain, or rather understanding the mind-body connection of pain more comprehensively could assist in the management and treatment of chronic pain?  Or any type of pain for that …

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Soft bellies ~ Embody Peace

The “tighten up your core” instruction could be ignored when practising yoga. For sure, they may have their benefit for some particularly in the prevention of lower back pain etc, but those “core” instructions – are often incorrectly used in yoga and belong to the Fitness and Pilates domain. In yoga, we are aiming for …

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A Brisbane Meditation Retreat with Celia Roberts

Meditation Teacher Training Scholarship

The BioMedical Institute of Yoga and Meditation has spent the past six months developing and integrating new research into their courses, cultivating an online learning programme that is most comprehensive – one that nourishes and benefits the mind and body, a programme that you will cherish.  Such benefits become available to all students with astute effort and diligence.

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