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About amindfullife

Passionate about living every moment as best I can. Continually emergent and a work in progress

2014 The Engaging with a Wholeheart Project: May

Cultivating Gratitude and Joy – Letting go of Scarcity and Fear of the Dark “Wanting a soul life without the dark, ………is like expecting an egg without the brooding heat of the mother hen.” © David Whyte from The Heart … Continue reading

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2014 The Engaging with a Wholeheart Project: April

Cultivating a Resilient Spirit – letting go of numbing and powerlessness When considering what resilience means for me I often return to the subject of vulnerability and how being truly resilient and knowing the depth of one’s strength and personal … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – our sixth sense: series conclusion

Over the last ten weeks Dr Patricia (Trish) Lück, a palliative care physician and facilitator of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programmes has been writing a weekly series on Mindfulness and how engaging with this particular process may benefit many areas … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – our sixth sense: self-care begins here (ehospice series)

    Today is the ninth week of our ten week mindfulness series by Dr Patricia (Trish) Lück, a palliative care physician and facilitator of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programmes, exploring self-care for the healthcare professional in everyday palliative care … Continue reading

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2014 The Engaging with a Wholeheart Project: March

cultivating self-compassion – letting go of perfection One of my personal themes often  is that of trying to please many.  To not easily sit with the discomfort that arises when I and people around me are sad, mad, and generally … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – our sixth sense: impermanence and resilience

Today is the eighth week of our ten week mindfulness series by Dr Patricia (Trish) Lück, a palliative care physician and facilitator of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programmes, exploring impermanence and resilience in everyday palliative care moments. Life is anything … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – our sixth sense: communication and working with difficulty

05 March 2014     This week, week seven, in our ten week mindfulness series by Dr Patricia (Trish) Lück, a palliative care physician and facilitator of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programmes, we explore the theme of communication and working … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – our sixth sense: choices and commitment

This week, week six in our ten week mindfulness series by Dr Patricia (Trish) Lück, a palliative care physician and facilitator of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programmes, we explore the theme of choices and commitment. Having now come to week … Continue reading

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Mindfulness – our sixth sense: responding to stress

This week, week five, in our ten week mindfulness series by Dr Patricia (Trish) Lück, a palliative care physician and facilitator of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programmes, we explore the theme of Responding to stress. How we respond to stress … Continue reading

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2014 The Engaging with a Wholeheart Project: February

Love After Love The time will come When, with elation You will greet yourself arriving At your own door, in your own mirror, And each will smile at the other’s welcome And say, sit here. Eat. You will love again … Continue reading

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