Mindfulness Meditation

“The meditation that was taught to me is simple, practical, systematic and highly effective. It has formed the bedrock of my spiritual practice for over 30 years and is a tool to unlock your greatest potential. The rewards are far greater than the efforts put into it and it is well worth striving for”  – Ron Ragel

Note: The instructions and guidance for this (course) are offered without requesting a specified fee and it is up to individuals to determine the amount of Dana (see below) they would like to offer.

Dana is the traditional practice of generosity, the extending of one’s goodwill. The teachings flourish in an atmosphere of generosity and gratitude, and these qualities in turn support the growth of wisdom and compassion in the practitioner.

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There’s a growing body of research to support the practice of mindfulness meditation which can greatly improve one’s quality of life. The roots of Mindfulness are found in ancient spiritual traditions, and is most systematically articulated and emphasised in Buddhism, a spiritual tradition that is at least 2550 years old. 

Fast forward to now and Mindfulness Meditation makes perfect sense for treating a range of disorders, anxiety, stress and mental health. “People with anxiety have a problem dealing with distracting thoughts that they give too much power to and they can’t distinguish between a problem-solving thought and a nagging worry that has no benefit.”

Mindfulness Meditation as presented by Ron is an integrative, mind-body based approach that helps people to manage their thoughts, feelings and mental health. Mindfulness exercises are ways of paying attention to the present moment and using other support techniques like breathing and yoga. Training helps people to become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and body sensations so that instead of being overwhelmed by them, they âre better able to manage them. Practicing mindfulness can give more insight into emotions, boost attention and concentration, and improve relationships.

Mindfulness can be practiced by children, young people and adults. There are different ways to practice mindfulness. You don’t need to be religious or spiritual to practise mindfulness. It can help people with or without religious beliefs.