We caught the train to Agra Cantt from New Delhi train station. The station was less chaotic than we expected, with the incredibly easy to use online ticket system and electronic boards telling us exactly where to go. The platforms themselves were full of people climbing on and off the rather industrial looking carriages, selling… Continue reading Agra – Majestic Taj Mahal
We landed in Delhi around 4pm local time and, after the usual fuss over changing money and hunting down a local SIM at the airport, we finally stepped out into the sweltering humidity of Delhi in mid-August. A prearranged taxi picked us up and swept us off through the surprisingly quiet, we thought, streets of… Continue reading Arriving in India
Taking back control and find freedom from thoughts. Mindfulness in action- at the deep end, where it counts.
Many of you have been asking me about the tracks I play in class recently, especially the closing tracks in relaxation and savanasana. So I've compiled a list of them for you to peruse at your pleasure... Immunity - by Jon Hopkins & King Creosote (from the Asleep Versions LP) Home - by Will Hanson… Continue reading Songs for Savanasana
Do some exercise, they say, it'll be good for you, they say. But what can you do when even walking down the garden path gets you out of breath and panicky?
A brief glance at Tonglen Meditation: learning to accept the world and all it's pain exactly as it is, and then turn that into your super power...
Turn your breaks into an active meditation practise to leave you feeling more satisfied, relaxed, and energised.
Reasons not to throw your phone down the loo... yet.
'I can't get out of bed.' Depression may be classed as a mental illness, but it manifests itself physically.
Seeing other people glow, and learning to celebrating it- letting go of your ego, once and for all.