Search Results

24 results found for “02 - Simple skills”


3 articles found for "02 - Simple skills"

How do you want to be when you grow up?

Start with the wrong question and where do you end up? Rather than forever racing towards the next accomplishment, you may wish to pause and consider, how do you want to be when you grow up?

3 Min

The big lie which will land you your next job

Multi-tasking sounds impressive but the truth is you're far more capable when you are doing just one thing.

3 Min

The problem with your big human brain (and why your pets are stressing less)

While your brain is an amazing machine, too much of its brainpower can often be dedicated to useless worrying. Find out how to stay in the moment, just like your furry friends.

5 Min


4 mindfulness found for “02 - Simple skills”


Supportive grounding

This practise enables you to centre your mind and body, reconnecting to a sense of grounded, balanced awareness. During the practise you are guided to anchor into the nourishing and soothing qualities of the breath.


Mindful body scan (short)

Discover another simple way to re-focus your mind, bringing attention to physical sensations as you scan your body.


Mindful breathing

Mindful breathing is a simple method for re-connecting with the present moment. This practise only takes a few minutes and can be used at any time, particularly if you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed.


Basic grounding

This short, simple mindfulness workout will enable you to centre your mind and body and connect with the present moment.


3 podcasts found for “02 - Simple skills”


S2 E6 Why organisations need to tackle burnout now with Dr Peter Baldwin

Our next guest on the Mindarma podcast is Dr. Peter Baldwin, a clinical research fellow and clinical psychologist at The Black Dog Institute. Peter is an expert on burnout, a poorly understood condition that has


S2 E4 Food for thought: nutrition and mental health with Dr Scott Teasdale

Dr Scott Teasdale is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Postdoctoral Research Fellow with UNSW Sydney, within the Mindgardens Neuroscience Network in Australia. As a clinical dietitian and researcher, he helped build a dietetic service (as


S2 E3 Tony Walker (ASM): workplace mental health, walking the talk

Tony Walker ASM is the Chief Executive Officer at Ambulance Victoria. Tony is a Registered Paramedic with over thirty-five years’ experience working in a range of senior clinical, operational and leadership roles within the ambulance


4 books found for “02 - Simple skills”

Thich Nhat Hanh

The Miracle of Mindfulness

In this beautifully written book, Buddhist monk and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Thich Nhat Hanh explains how to acquire the skills of mindfulness. Once we have these skills, we can slow our lives down and

Suzy Reading

Rest to reset

The busy person’s guide to pausing with purpose. Suzy Reading is here to challenge everything you’ve ever been told about rest. Rest is not only calming and restorative, but energising and fortifying.

Thich Nhat Hanh

How to relax

Discover meditations to help you achieve the benefits of relaxation, no matter where you are. Gain new insights on healing, relief from non-stop thinking,transforming unpleasant sounds, solitude, and more.

Jon Kabat-Zinn

Wherever you go, there you are

A bestseller that continues to change lives, mapping out both the rationale & a simple path for cultivating mindfulness one’s own way in one’s own life.


4 videos found for “02 - Simple skills”


Introduction: Simple Skills

A brief introduction to ‘Simple Skills’, the second session of the Mindarma program by Senior Psychologist Dr Sadhbh Joyce.


How to take a mindful pause

Dr Sadhbh Joyce

Discover a range of simple tips to help you pause and relax . In this ten minute lesson you will experience a basic guided mindfulness exercise, which you can make use of whenever you need a break.


Cloudy with a chance of joy

Gavin Pretor-Pinney

An age-old form of mindfulness, cloud-gazing, is something we can all stop and enjoy. The founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society shares charming photos from cloud gazers worldwide & calls for us all to take a step off the digital treadmill, lie back & admire the beauty in the sky above.


Single tasking is the new multi-tasking

James Hamlin

Ever find yourself doing far too many things at once and getting nowhere? In this hilarious short video, James Hamlin MD explains why single-tasking is the new multi-tasking.


4 quotes found for “02 - Simple skills”

Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself.

- Herman Hesse

May I be peaceful, may I be safe, may I know that I am enough just as I am.

- Mindarma metta meditation

In the simple act of taking a breath, we are inhaling stardust.

- Dr Rick Hanson

For the next few moments, just breathe… allowing yourself to be… just as you are

- Mindarma 


2 research found for “02 - Simple skills”

Mindfulness is associated with fewer PTSD symptoms, depressive symptoms, physical symptoms & alcohol problems in urban firefighters

This study shows that mindfulness was associated with fewer PTSD symptoms, depressive symptoms, physical symptoms, and alcohol problems when controlling for the other study variables across 124 urban firefighters.

What are the benefits of mindfulness among high-risk groups such as first responders?

This study aimed to explore engagement and mindfulness as protective factors against the risk of developing vicarious trauma and psychosomatic symptoms among firefighters.