Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Calm Music @ 4000 metres

Walk to the summit of the highest mountain in North Africa - the Toubkal summit of the Atlas Mountains with an elevation of 4,167 metres (13,671 ft). Create Mind Space enjoy the music and behold the incredible views that will take your breath away. Best watched on full screen with headphones & and a mind that is not flicking...

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Gradually, consistent meditation practice leads to results and a improvement in our concentration:

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Luke: "I'm looking for a great warrior."
Yoda: "Wars not make one great."

Friday, 23 September 2011

Calm Music for Peace and Relaxation:

Is meditation boring?

Is Meditation Boring?
Try for yourself here.
Occasionally people say to me that meditation practice is boring.

When I lived in a retreat centre after returning back from a holiday away with lots of distractions I would have the same feeling for a few days...before getting back into the way of life.

Meditation can seem boring to a person who relies solely on their senses for stimulation.

Which is most of us.

We are used to being entertained - there is nothing entertaining about meditation practice.
Entertainment excites the mind - meditation does the opposite - it pacifies the mind, calming it and ridding it of excitement. 

Although it feels good to have excitement in the mind, its impossible to experience peace.

To enter into a mind space where we can experience peace then we have to go through the barrier of being bored or feeling like nothing is happening, this is the excited mind being defeated and yes it will object.

Excitement leads to distraction and distraction makes the modern world go round.

Sometimes its felt that to really experience this we need to retreat and leave the world of distraction.

This is a misconception, the world of distraction is created by our own mind not outside.

To leave the world of distraction we simply need to gather our mind inwards and learn to concentrate through training in meditation.

Gradually, consistent meditation practice leads to results and a improvement in our concentration.

As our concentration improves then we start to reap the results of inner peace and contentment. Inner peace isn’t an empty, vacant boring state.

Far from it, its an active, rich, mental state leading to contentment - a mind without excitement.

Thursday, 22 September 2011

Inner Serenity Video

Watch this new video about Inner Serenity:
Inner Serenity:
Worry disturbs the mind making it impossible to be serene and calm.

Inner Serenity

Worry disturbs the mind making it impossible to be serene and calm.
On the surface it appears that worry is caused by independent happenings we are subjected to in our life.

Upon a closer examination we can see that the main cause of worry is movement in the mind.

Our mind is like water it follows a direction its familiar with, because the mind is used to moving it does so - this manifests in our mind as worry.

Worry is a habit and once we take up the habit, like any ingrained tendency its difficult to drop.

Sometimes the habit of worry is difficult to spot in the busyness of daily life; subtly manifesting itself as a frown on the forehead or a tenseness in the shoulders.

Meditation is a special method to reduce the worry in our mind.

To reduce worry in the mind and experience serenity we do not need to:
  • change or maneuver external circumstances in our life.
  • go and see an expert who can help us figure out why we are worrying.
  • spend money on a new piece of technology.
We simply need to still the mind through concentration.

The process of correct meditation naturally brings stillness and peace to the mind.

We will come to know this to be irrefragable through our own experience.

Through quietly engaging in a regular meditation practice we will be able to naturally reduce worry and experience an inner serenity.

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Latest video - How Meditation Can help you through Prostate Cancer Treatment:

Inspirational Relaxing Music Video.

We celebrate reaching the 100K mark to the listeners of our meditations with the release of this Inspirational Relaxing Music Video. Taken in the beautiful Lancashire countryside:

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Meditation in Schools Update

Tomorrow sees the second Meditation in Schools workshop in Portishead, Bristol - last week the students were mesmerized by the power of stillness. The first time they have experienced such a powerful state...get involved here!

Relax and Watch the Ocean in France

Watching the Sea in France -
great preparation before engaging in a meditation.

RELAX & watch the Ocean in France

Monday, 19 September 2011

Our online guided meditations are now approaching 100,000 plays; many people creating peace and stillness...

Friday, 16 September 2011

OCEAN WAVES - A beautiful beach in France

Following a recent trip to the coast of Normandy there are a series of videos I would like to share with you - just focusing on the ocean. A great preparation for meditation, relax and unwind whilst watching the ocean. Then engage in Meditation!

OCEAN WAVES - A beautiful beach in France
15 minute Guided Meditation Moving Forward - Looking to a peaceful future ...

Thursday, 15 September 2011

Check out the Mind Space 'Time for Relaxation' playlist of videos. Nearly 2 hours worth of sounds and images to...
Meditation in schools workshop - bring peace to the next generation:

Monday, 12 September 2011

Saturday, 10 September 2011

Friday, 9 September 2011

Check out what people are saying about the 14 Day Meditation Challenge...
“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.”

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

If you can't make it to the drop in class tonight in Tettenhall Wood then you can follow online here:
A simple meditation which will calm the mind and remove stress from our system.

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Remember you are never meditating alone but surrounded by people from all over world, engaged in this special discipline for bringing much needed peace to our lives.
When we meditate we need a suitable vessel for our mind – this is our body, our body needs to be relaxed and still, with our muscles relaxed, then we are in a position to forget about it and focus on working with our mind.