The Examined Life
Want to give up the chase to get somewhere else and drop into the experience of now? One way to do that is to embrace silence, writes Ed Halliwell.
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of leading a retreat for some mindfulness course graduates.Read more »
If you think mindfulness is just about neutral noticing and non-judgement, then something important is missing, says Ed Halliwell.
Critiques against mindfulness tell us more about our over-driven society than the practice itself, says Ed Halliwell.
Melanie McDonagh in the Spectator is the latest journalist to take a swipe at the ‘Read more »
It's only when we meditate for its own sake—rather than trying to get something from it—that we find the results we're after, says Ed Halliwell.
I came to meditation after years of trying to improve my life.Read more »
With all good intentions, Ed Halliwell writes, a bit of mindfulness in institutions whose activities and attitudes contribute to the world's pain may not amount to much. But it is a good start—toward a mindful culture.