Mindfulness Practice Group
Kingston & New Malden
(Established 4 Years)

Free of Charge and Open to All 
Mindfulness practice for Happiness and Wellbeing

Suitable for new and experienced meditators

"Mindfulness meditation is a well researched, non-religious and very effective
means of preventing depression and enhancing human potential
Oxford Mindfulness Centre, Oxford University

Personal Practice: Down Time Practice

Modern life tends to be busy. Whether it's work, raising a family, or even engaging socially, the calendar is often full. Many of us face an overabundance of activity and a deficit of unstructured down time, such that mindfulness practice starts to feel like one more thing on the to-do list!

Yet a central aspect of mindfulness is a radical kind of non-doing. While this practice does take effort, energy, and a subtle kind of inner activity, it rests upon the simplicity and ease of being. Instead of thinking about practice as "doing something," what if it were a kind of intimate down-time, a chance to let the incessant activity of our lives die down for a spell and return to the natural rhythms of our body and mind? How would it be to relate to your mindfulness practice as a form of radical non-doing, rather than yet another task?

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Recorded Meditations

Mindfulness is complete, calm awareness of the state you are in at the present moment. It’s a state of stillness where you can observe your thoughts and feelings as opposed to being on automatic pilot or driven by emotional impulse.

Mindfulness helps you live in a state of intention and purpose. You can recognize your vibrational response to news, good or bad, when you are in a state of mindfulness. In complete mindfulness, you can reach a point where something seemingly disappointing happens and you are able to recognize your vibrational response to it. If it makes you sad or angry, you can acknowledge it and move on. You won’t find yourself holding onto a particular response and you won’t let negative feelings become hard-wired.

Mental Health: While Meditation helps with emotional states such as anxiety, depression, phobias and addictions the information presented on this website is in no way intended as medical and/or psychiatric advice. A range of appropriate treatments are available on the NHS for issues like Social anxiety disorder, Panic attacks, Depression, Anxiety etc. Please visit our Mental Health Page for the latest information.

How you will benefit: You will develop a heightened sense of awareness, focus and clarity, deep gratitude for the present moment, and the ability to quickly adapt positively to your life experiences. 

If you want to awaken all  of humanity, then awaken all of yourself. If you want to eliminate the suffering in the world, then eliminate all 
that is dark and negative in yourself.

Truly, the greatest gift you have 
to give is that of your own
self-transformation.  ~ Lao Tzu

True happiness has nothing to do with how much money we have, how many friends we know, where we live or what we know, true happiness is always already present, we just need to know where to look. 

Discover a part of yourself that was never wounded or traumatized, and that doesn't need to be healed, because it is already whole and complete.

This part of the self has access to boundless energy, creativity, positivity and is completely ready to participate in life fully, boldly and passionately, holding nothing back. Learn the peace of Meditation and how you can share peace in the world. 

Miraculously, when people awaken to and begin to act from this deeper, truer part of the self, then all of the psychological issues, blocks, wounds, complexes, and neuroses that previously seemed so intractable suddenly seem to dissolve. Now, the truth is that they haven't dissolved. They can still be reactivated if we step back into the narrow perspective of the ego.

But in light of this newfound, higher potential, and the profound sense of purpose and meaning that comes with it, we discover a powerful motivation to no longer fall back into our "issues.

Indeed, as our awareness of this Awakened Self grows, our old habits and issues become less and less interesting to us, and in that, they gradually lose their power over our psyche. And that makes all the difference in the world. In this alignment with the Awakened Self, we begin to discover the real meaning of freedom from the ego.

And we learn that this freedom is not something we have to wait for. It can happen now if we're willing to give our heart and soul to it.  If you want to live a more fulfilled life, first you will want to know your potential, who you really are. Meditation is the route to that knowing. It is the methodology of the science of awareness. Meditation has long been practiced in many of the world’s oldest traditions, with a multitude of purported health benefits, and is now being implemented and studied worldwide.

The beauty of the inner science is that it enables whoever wants to explore and to experiment within, to do so alone. This eliminates dependence on an outer authority, the need to be affiliated with any organization and the obligation to accept a certain ideology. Once you understand the steps, you walk the walk in your own, individual way.


What is buddhahood? Becoming aware of the inner sky that was in the rock, in the animals, in the trees, in man and in woman. Once you become aware of that inner sky, you are released from all forms. That is freedom. Not that you become free, because in that freedom you don't exist, you can't exist. 
"You become free" simply means you become free from yourself.
~ Osho

Join our weekly meditation meeting at 18:25 every Thursday at Gilpin House, 14 Rodney Road, New Malden, Kingston upon Thames (tel: 079 3201 1848).  Click for more inf

Harvard Graduate School of Education

 Handouts & Courses Links

Information on Mindfulness shared with participants at weekly mindfulness group meetings.

Free Online Courses From Berkley, Monash and Warwick Universities

Thank you all. I had an amazing day running the London Marathon in 2:40:16. The atmosphere was awesome and with your help we raised over £900 for:

Mental Health Foundation


Open University

James Berry MP
James Berry MP
Kingston & Surbiton

How to look after your mental health using mindfulness
 MINDFUL Magazine

"Mindfulness is one of the most promising prevention
strategies to encourage the flourishing and
wellbeing of a healthy nation"
Active Meditations in London

Transforming Our World - UN Global Goals
World Leaders have committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years.
Please visit the Global Goals London website 
 Practising Mindfulness for as little as 10 minutes has been 
scientifically shown to have dramatic effects for the mind to
discover new ways of looking at the world. 

Learn About Mindfulness
 The Science of Happiness
Mindfulness in the Modern World, Osho
Mindfulness in the Modern World, Osho

8 De-Stressing Meditation Apps

Mindfulness in Schools Campaign

Meditation Group Thursday 12 November 2015
UN Secretary-General Calls for
“Gross Global Happiness” as a
Measure of Sustainable DevelopmentLyonchoen Jigmi Yoezer Thinley

Wall Street Journal
The Dalai Lama on How Meditation
Can Change Your Life

Eckhart Tolle stops by Google for a fireside chat with Bradley Horowitz. The subject is: "Living with Meaning, Purpose and Wisdom in the Digital Age."