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Mindful Magic

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"It's honestly changed my life... it really has."

- Elena Pearce

Mindfulness is often seen as something that you do when you're stressed or depressed. But it's so much more than that. In these sessions I will teach you simple, fun, effortless practices that will take your life satisfaction and happiness to the next level.

You will learn how to:

  • Love and accept every part of yourself.

  • Love everyone else.

  • Make peace with your past.

  • Find joy in everyday activities.

  • Overcome insomnia.

  • Feel the most peaceful you've ever felt.

  • Improve your focus and concentration.

  • Feel more positive, optimistic and confident.

  • Overcome overcome depression, anxiety and repetitive negative thoughts.

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Organiser Andy Hix

Organiser of Mindful Magic

The way I understand it, at the root of not only the climate crisis, but mental illness, loneliness, homelessness, the burgeoning prison population, biodiversity loss, and just about every problem we face in the world today, is a story: a story of who we are, what is valuable, where we are heading and how we relate to each other.

It is a collective cultural story; a mythology — something every culture develops in an attempt to answer life’s basic questions, all the way down to ‘Who am I?’, ‘What does it mean to be a human being?’ and ‘What is reality?’ Philosopher Charles Eisenstein calls the dominant story, the Story of Separation.

But as we’ve grown up with it, we haven’t seen it as a mythology, we’ve seen it as the truth — just the way things are.

In the Story of Separation, you are a discrete, separate individual, competing in a world of other individuals for finite resources, in an external, meaningless universe that is separate from you.

This concept of self has poisoned our planet because Mother Nature has been treated as if she were an ‘other’ that we can limitlessly extract from and dump waste into, without it harming us.

Eisenstein believes that our Story of Separation is becoming increasingly intolerable, and is actually breaking down. What is emerging in its place is what he calls the Story of Interbeing. In this story, what I do to you I do to myself, because everyone and everything is interdependent; part of a whole that cooperates in order to evolve and flourish.

My life's mission to play an active part in the transisition in to the New Story. You can read more about my life story and my mission here.

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