Works as well as anti-depressants

Here’s an interesting article, with a promising title and just a sprinkling of silliness too. ‘But the new study – the largest-ever analysis of research on the subject – found mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) helped people just as much as commonly prescribed anti-depressant drugs and that there was no evidence…

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The 11 Dangers of Mindfulness Meditation

Alexa Freya

Mindfulness meditation is a wonderful tool, supported by a growing wealth of evidence which demonstrates the many benefits of the practice. However, recently there have been a few articles in the press which have highlighted the ‘dangers’ of meditation. Therefore, it seems a good time to look deeper into what could be considered meditation dangers, and how we can not only address them but also learn from them.

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Three Blocks to Radical Acceptance


Radical Acceptance means completely and totally accepting something from the depths of your soul, with your heart and your mind. You stop fighting reality. When you stop fighting you suffer less. However, Radical acceptance is easier to understand than it is to practice.

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Will I Ever be Happy Again?


This makes a very simple, yet extremely significant, point.   Will I Ever Be Happy? Stop Waiting For The Perfect Moment It is pretty hard to feel content in a world that is consistently offering you the “next best thing”. I mean, how can your possibly pay attention to the…

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