Tag Archives: Inspiration

Contextualising Mindfulness Conference

With mindfulness and other forms of meditation entering the mainstream questions regarding its transformation from a spiritual practice, embedded within a complete system, to a secular “collection of tools” are being raised. The Transpersonal Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society (BPS) set out to address this question at their next section conference, hosted by the University of Northampton. From 10 – 12 October 2014 the conference entitled “Contextualising Mindfulness:… Read More »

Happy New Year 2012!

Happy New Year and thank you for your shared interest in meditation research. I think it will become an interesting year. For the first few days I will just share with you a quote that inspires me a lot: Observing the body: it is unborn. Observing the mind: it is free from conceptual elaborations. The meaning of nonduality is beyond intellect. I know nothing at all. (Nyima Bäpa) Enjoy!! In… Read More »