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'I like to come home now.. To rest and be loved & accepted,’
I said to myself after a long day.

And so I sit down to meditate.

Jace Loi

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Theme: Coming Home to the Self

Good Reads

Blog Posts for learning mindfulness


We have read these books and genuinely recommend them as good reads for Mindfulness or living wakefully and courageously. If you purchase the books through the links, we will receive a small affiliate fee. Nevertheless, the choices here are not influenced by third parties.

Wherever You Go, There You Are - By Jon Kabat-Zinn

Wherever you go, there you are

By Jon Kabat-Zinn
‘You can’t stop the waves but you can learn to surf.’

The Mindful Way Workbook - By John Teasdale, Mark Williams & Zindel Segal

The Mindful Way Workbook

By John Teasdale, Mark Williams & Zindel Segal
You can guide yourself through the 8-week Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy program using this workbook.
‘There is a kind of peace and contentment we can experience even in the presence of unpleasant feelings.’

Self Compassion - By Kristin Neff, PhD

Self Compassion

By Kristin Neff
‘Our minds may try to convince us otherwise, but our hearts know that our true values lies in the core experience of being a conscious being who feels and perceives.’

Zen - By Osho


By Osho
The life mystery has not be solved because it cannot be solved. It has to be lived. One has to move into it, cherish it. It is a great joy that life is a mystery; it has to be celebrated.’

Finding Peace in a Frantic World - By Mark Williams & Danny Penman

Finding Peace in a Frantic World

By Mark Williams and Danny Penman
A less rigorous 8 week program catered for busy people.
‘We can easily spend so much time “in our head” that we almost forget we have a body at all.’

Radical Acceptance: Awakening the Love that Heals Fear and Shame Within Us - By Tara Brach

Radical Acceptance: Awakening the Love that Heals Fear and Shame within us

By Tara Brach
Convinced that we are not good enough, we can never relax. We stay on guard, monitoring ourselves for shortcomings. When we inevitably find them, we feel even more insecure and undeserving... The irony of all this is… where do we think we are going anyway?’

Research Articles

Visit the University of Oxford Mindfulness Research Centre’s website if you like to read research articles related to Mindfulness.

University of Oxford Mindfulness Research Centre

Films & Videos

Netflix Short film – The Mind, Explained: Episode on Mindfulness

Feature documentary – My Year of Living Mindfully

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