Anger and Mindfulness

“Breathing in, I know that Anger is in me” “Breathing out, I know that I am my anger” By Mindfully observing our anger, we are more aware of its roots. We are not to control or judge the anger. only we are to look after the anger, as a sister would to a younger sibling. When we show anger, we are showing our self. To suppress the anger is to suppress the self. “Breathing in,  I know that I am angry” “Breathing out,I know that I must put all my energy into caring for my anger” In time the anger … Continue reading Anger and Mindfulness

Recovered in record time.

For the last 5 years, I have been putting off getting surgery to my face, and it was only through learning how to overcome my fears through mindfulness, that I was able to proceed with confidence. Sedatives were not needed, as the human touch and self-awareness were sufficient. (Big thanks to Refine Murrayfield) Controlling my breathing and reciting inwardly , it really was mind over matter. What strikes me even more astonishing, is that I have made a full recovery in weeks rather than months (shame I haven’t managed to improve my looks though!)   Continue reading Recovered in record time.