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Learning to Take Life Less Seriously

Added on August 24, 2013

smiling white buddhaWhen meditating, it’s helpful to hold the mouth in the pose of “the Buddha’s smile”, ie the corners of the lips relaxed and slightly upturned. It reminds us not to take our meditation, or ourselves, too seriously.

 

Our minds are designed to¬†generate a continuous stream of thoughts, some useful, others less so. This doesn’t mean we have to pay attention to all of them.

 

As Eckhart Tolle says: ‘”Life isn’t as serious as my mind makes it out to be.”



About Judith Lissing

Judith Lissing is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and Wellness Coach, with 15 years experience in teaching stress management and meditation. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree with Honours in Immunology and a Masters degree in Public Health, both from the University of NSW. She is also an Associate Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of NSW since 1999. Judith is trained in Wellness Coaching with Wellcoaches U.S. and holds a Diploma in Hypnotherapy. Prior to coaching professionally, Judith held a statewide management role with NSW Health working with all levels of staff across the health sector.




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