Heart and Mindfulness

Mindfulness in Schools Project

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o Ice-cream recipe and scan of diary

o Hook up sensors

3. Process Candor inv in prep for VAT

1. LJ Website update and link

BT re compensation



Understanding Stat F/C process chain & alerts

o 2. Sort PW slides

o WoW with skus

o Template for BM selection profiles by 6/2

o Update distributor training material

o Meetings



Arrange for Charlie’s son to come check my wiring/hood/lighting in bathroom.


o Start cladding


o Measure up slates sills and order slate and sills

o Neil coming to fix HW temp sensor

2 sensors. Top sensor for off set at 60. Bottom sensor is for on and is displayed on controller.

o Plumb up en-suite

o Hook up water pipe and back fill away from edu wall

o Wire up network cables & telephone to barn

o Complete kitchen/lounge cement/floor

o Glaze test patches

o Purchase all switches and sockets

o Slate roof - find slates & purchase. Measure up sills and order as well

o Install window furnature

o Install door furnature

Lease registration.

o Carlyon 01872 278641,  will call back. $£75 + VAT. 78, Lemon St, Truro, TR1 2RPPaul Granville.

Email NB re fully signed off conditions?

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Teaching Mindfulness through practice and enquiry

Mindfulness is usually taught in groups and the learning of this new skill is supported by regular practice and enquiry, or investigative dialogue, within the group. The group may be open to the general public or adapted for those with a shared physical or psychological challenge (e.g. depression, anxiety, cancer, pain, eating disorders), or role (doctors, teachers, health workers, carers, parents, pregnant women).

Practice: Mindfulness is learned in a highly practical way through experience more than ‘thinking and talking’. This takes place  through formal practices like seated meditation or lying down for the body-scan, and informal everyday activities such as walking and eating. The course format enables us to learn to direct our attention in a more focussed way to whatever is actually happening – which may be our breathing, the sensations in our body, thoughts and feelings. As we gradually and systematically develop our practice, we learn to relate differently to our thoughts, often noticing accompanying attitudes like patience, kindness, open-minded interest, gratitude, generosity and ease, together with less self-criticism and judging.

Enquiry Process: The enquiry process is an integral part of mindfulness training courses: a time for exploratory dialogue where, after guiding a meditation practice, the course leader invites and encourages participants to explore more fully any experiences they noticed during the practice.

Working within a group in this way can form a valuable part of the learning experience in recognising both shared and individual experiences of our common humanity.   

Please be reassured that during the enquiry process, you are always at liberty not to speak - instead just to remain listening to others, and your own inner processing.

Please note: Mindfulness practice invites present-moment awareness, discovering our own habitual patterns of thoughts and emotions. It is important to know that this course is not group therapy, which in contrast would engage in sharing of stories and past experiences.

See Standard 8 Week and Residential Courses

Mindfulness in Groups