Articles, Video, Audio from Dominic Cogan & External Links


It is: paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, with curiosity and kindness, to things as...
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Mindfulness has been around for a very long time but has become increasingly well known in this part...
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Myth No. 1:“It’s about positivity” If ‘positivity’ means always looking on the bright...
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Lots of people recommend mindfulness these days but is it effective? Thousands of research studies suggest...
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This is a fair question given that mindfulness is now so well established in many people’s minds as something...
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(Part one of 3 on anger) The experience of anger can be a great way of getting in touch with what...
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(Part two of 3 on anger) The Unwelcome Guest Often anger shows up as an unwelcome guest. Before...
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(Part three of 3 on anger) For many of us anger shows up as a result of established patterns of thinking...
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Mindfulness for Kids Playlist

Guided Meditations Video Playlist



Links to People Associated with the Cultivation of Mindfulness and Wellbeing

Pema Chodron
a Buddhist nun and ex regular American woman. She deals a lot with suffering and how to work with it
Tara Brach
a psychotherapist and mediation teacher, very good on compassion and mindfulness
Jack Kornfield
a psychotherapist and a very famous meditation teacher who has written some beautiful books on the spiritual journey
Brené Brown
a chirpy social scientist who talks a lot about both vulnerability and courage
John Kabat-Zinn
the man most responsible for making mindfulness accessible in a secular way to a wide audience
Eckharte Tolle
a great living spiritual teacher and author of “The Power of Now”
Sharon Salzberg
most well-known teacher of Loving-KIndness meditation
Rick Hanson
a psychotherapist and promoter of Positive Neuroplasticity. Kind and practical with suggestions about training the brain to work more in your favour
Kristin Neff
helped to develop a training in Mindful Self-Compassion

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