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Intracranial bird watching

All sorts of thoughts flying around your head? Discover intracranial bird watching – a mindful game you can play anywhere!

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Reliable beauty advice from someone who doesn’t own a comb

Want to know the secret to becoming really, really good looking? Forget about wrinkle cream and reach for the thing which is sure to bring out your true beauty.

5 Min

The 7 habits of highly resilient people

Prepare yourself for life's messy, difficult, painful bits. Pick up these seven helpful habits to bounce back stronger, no matter what life brings.

9 Min

The real reason for road rage & other ugly human moments

We all have our ugly moments, but why is it that we can get so wound up? Discover the downfalls of constantly getting reactive and the life-changing benefits that can come when you learn to access your wise mind.

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5 classic pieces of crap advice that are messing with your mind and ruining your life

What do you do when someone gives you terrible advice? Politely pretend you are listening and then read this instead!

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The weird, wonderful way in which Nelson Mandela, Michael Caine and Kermit the Frog can protect your mental health

Sometimes it's not easy to disentangle yourself from difficult thoughts. This fun, playful technique can help you step back, gain perspective and let go of harsh self-criticisms.

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Mindful birds

Learn to access your Wise Mind by simply observing your thoughts. Watch your thoughts come and go without reacting to them, judging them, holding on to them or pushing them away.


6 books found for “03 - Tame the tangle”

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

Silence: the power of quiet in a world full of noise

We can spend a lot of time looking for happiness when the world right around us is full of wonder. To hear the call of life and love, and respond to it, we need silence.

Dr Rick Hanson

Just one thing

With over 50 daily practices you can use anytime, anywhere, Just One Thing is a groundbreaking combination of mindfulness meditation & neuroscience that can help you deepen your sense of well-being & unconditional happiness.

Dr Tara Brach

True refuge

How do you cope when facing life-threatening illness, family conflict, faltering relationships, old trauma, obsessive thinking, overwhelming emotion, or inevitable loss? A practical guide to finding our inner sanctuary in the midst of difficulty.

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.

Dr Russ Harris

The happiness trap

While it’s easy to get caught up in the pursuit of happiness, Dr Russ Harris argues this constant chase may be doing you more harm than good. In The Happiness Trap Dr Harris explains how


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Introduction: Tame the Tangle

A brief introduction to ‘Tame the Tangle’, the third session of the Mindarma program by Senior Psychologist Dr Sadhbh Joyce.


4 quotes found for “03 - Tame the tangle”

Beware the barrenness of a busy life.

- Socrates

May I be kind to myself in this moment. May I accept and embrace my flaws and imperfections; the shadow and the light of being fully human.

- Mindarma

Guilt is like any other energy: you can’t accumulate it or keep it because it makes you sick and disrupts the system you live in – you have to let it go. Face the truth, make amends and let it go.

- Tyson Yunkaporta, Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save the World

Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves – slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future.

- Thich Nhat Hanh