The British School of Meditation Blog

Dec 19, 2021
Sarah talks about her experience of Christmas and how we can all get over stressed by the event, She gives ideas including how to unwrap your presents.
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Nov 25, 2021
Mary has written a lovely blog on Patience.
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Oct 29, 2021
If you are interested in meditating with a Mantra, this blog is a good starting point.
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Oct 05, 2021
In this blog Marys follows on from the last blog by Helen, continuing the discussion on the best meditation practice.
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Sep 07, 2021
Helen discusses if one type of meditation is better than another.
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Aug 13, 2021
Mary has recently returned from a Silent Retreat in North Wales, in this blog Mary reflects on what silence is and asks is silence more than just being silent?
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Jul 19, 2021
In this blog I share with you the joy when Mary and I were able to meet up and work face to face again. Since I wrote this blog, I have also joined a class at our London centre, it was wonderful to be able to be with them. Maybe just maybe life is slowly getting back to normal. Helen
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Jul 06, 2021
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS TRAINING Mindfulness training, which is simple and effective, learnt in only a few weeks, with no equipment required.
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Jun 15, 2021
I have recently signed up to Gaia Gaia offers a large resource of videos looking at meditation, yoga, and as they say ‘Other consciousness-expanding’ videos. The videos that I have watched are well produced. They do have a free trial you can sign up to.
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May 18, 2021
Our latest video blog from Helen.
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