Sharing resources


Let me share some of my favourite teachers and inspirations, new ideas for your journey.
Remember ‘together we flourish‘…….

Useful websites

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www.soundstrue.com (meditations and on-line learning)

http://www.soundstrue.com/store/power-of-awareness/free-video-series

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The Mindfulness Association:

https://www.mindfulnessassociation.net

www.mindfulnessassociation.org Training pathways in Mindfulness and Compassion

Smiling Minds – All ages including children’s meditations.

https://www.smilingmind.com.au

Training:

https://www.abdn.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-taught/degree-programmes/946/studies-in-mindfulness/

Recommended Teachers

Tara Brach Ph.D (psychologist, author and teacher of meditation, emotional healing and spiritual awakening, compassion)

http://www.tarabrach.com/resources www.tarabrach.com/guided-meditations

Rick Hanson Ph.D. (psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author.psychology and neurology)

Hardwiring happiness: Dr. Rick Hanson at TEDxMarin 2013 www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpuDyGgIeh0

www.rickhanson.net sign up for his newsletter www.rickhanson.net/newsletter-signup

Vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame

Dr. Brené Brown, Ph.D. is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past thirteen years studying vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame.

Compassion

Dr. Kristen Neff Defines Self-Compassion as “having compassion for oneself is really no different than having compassion for others.”

For many of us brought up in Western cultures, self-compassion is not something that we are comfortable with. Until recently it wasn’t learned socially or taught formally at school. Being self-compassionate is a behaviour that we may not be familiar with. Nor a trait we may feel comfortable with, however it is transformational. Research evidences the benefits from calming our nervous system, to healing self-criticism and shame (see Dr. Brené Brown). Dr. Neff’s website is a really good place to start.

Self-compassion https://self-compassion.org.

Jack Kornfield https://jackkornfield.com/meditation-lovingkindness/

Professor Paul Gilbert (FBPsS, PhD, OBE is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Derby and Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the Derbyshire Health Care Foundation Trust. ) THE COMPASSIONATE MIND FOUNDATION http://compassionatemind.co.uk

Books recommended:

Resilience – Hanson, R. (2018) Resilient: Find Your Inner Strength. London: Ebury Publishing.

Background to Mindfulness – Kabat-Zinn, J. (2004) Wherever You Go There You Are. London: Piatkus.

Meditation and the Mind – Nairn, R (2001) Diamond Mind: A Psychology of Meditation. London: Shambala.

Compassion – Brach, T. (2013) True Refuge: Finding Peace And Freedom In Your Awakened Heart. London: Bantum Books

Gilbert, P. (2013) The Compassionate Mind. London: Constable and Robinson Limited.

Peace in Daily Life -Hanh, Thich Nhat (1991) Peace In Every Breath: Practice For Our Busy Lives. London: Random House.

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