MIYANDA THERAPY AND TRAINING

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Receptive spaciousness

‘Presence is the bare awareness of the receptive spaciousness of our mind.’ Daniel Siegel, The Mindful Brain

The wisdom of not knowing

 The wisdom of not knowing lies in the humility of accepting that we don’t have all the answers and can’t single-handedly solve complex problems.

Cultivating connections

MINDFULNESS MEDITATION

‘The most precious thing we can give to another is our presence, which contributes to the collective energy of mindfulness and peace.’

Waiting times

Many of us do yearn for a sense of stillness among all the rushing around, some time for quiet reflection and rest.

Wise hope

‘Everywhere I looked, hope existed – but only as some kind of green shoot in the midst of struggle.’

Valuing deeply

‘We must look at our life without sentimentality, exaggeration or idealism. Does what we are choosing reflect what we most deeply value?’

An antidote to busyness

‘Zazen (sitting meditation) is in and of itself the alternative to our usual state of grasping, clinging, and goal-orientated life in general. By sitting down, we have arrived.’ Barry Magid

The middle way

The middle way is like a perfectly tuned violin string – not so taut that it produces a shrill sound, but also not too lose so it can’t be played on.