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Affectionate Breathing - Tina Gibson
Loving Kindness for ourselves - Tina Gibson
Loving Kindness - Tina Gibson
Giving and Receiving Compassion - Tina Gibson
Breath Meditation - Barb Hancock
Body Scan - Barb Hancock
Mountain Meditation - Barb Hancock
Loving Kindness Meditation - Barb Hancock
Compassion Practice - Barb Hancock
Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of Your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain and Illness. Kabat-Zinn, J. (1990) New York: Dell.
How To Train A Wild Elephant : & Other Adventures In Mindfulness, Bays,J.C.Boston: Shambhala
MINDSIGHT:Change Your Brain And Your Life. Siegel, D.J. (2009) Victoria,Australia; Scribe Publications
Mindfulness In Plain English. Gunaratana,B.H.(2011) Boston. Wisdom Publications
A free online introduction to mindfulness course, an initiative from St Vincent's Hospital Sydney.
The Greater Good in Action: Science based practices for a more meaningful life
A hub for people interested in the study and application of compassion practices, and a vehicle for the promotion of courses and community events that align with our purpose
The Dalai Lama and psychologist Paul Ekman — who advised Pixar on the film 'Inside Out’ have worked together to create an “Atlas of Emotions,” to help people better understand their own minds.The atlas breaks emotions into five major groups — as accepted by a large majority of scientists — and then delves into the experiences, shades, and triggers of those emotions.The reason for developing this map to assist people to feel their emotions and then be able to activate the bodies calming system, as the Dalai Lama stated: “‘So make a map of emotions so we can get to a calm state.’”