Given the impact that COVID-19 is having on the community, it’s a good time to remember to practice kindness and compassion to others.
Don't freak out! When I say "active", I am not suggesting that we all have to start training for the Melbourne Marathon! All I am talking about is taking time with our family or friends to fit movement into our day, and build on relationships.
Every parent/carer experiences transition to school in a different way, but you should all be very proud of all you have done to contribute to the safe, healthy, and ready to learn child you are sending out the door.
There are many examples in daily life where our attachments only contribute to suffering.Nonattachment encourages us to just notice these thoughts and allow them to come and go. And even when they do contribute to a certain feeling, we can still allow that feeling to just come and go.
For this edition, I remembered an exercise that I was taught some years ago which I found useful as means of practicing mindfulness meditation.
TOBY MIZZI, COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGIST, STRONG MINDS PSYCHOLOGY The Strong Minds team has had a very exciting and successful move into our new premise at 3 Little Yarra Rd, Yarra Junction…
Toby shares some of his favourite apps for mindfulness and meditation
Formal practice is great and it is helpful, but there is no reason you cannot apply mindfulness at any time during your daily life.
Taking your mindfulness meditation to another level.
This is chance to be mindful while engaging with important people in your life.