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This is a work in progress. My goal is to educate you about mindfulness, what it is and what it can do for you and all of us. Don’t hesitate to ask questions if you have any.

Summer Mindfulness 2021

A few month ago, just before summer, a few parents showed interest in me teaching mindfulness to their children during the summer 2021. Although I was looking forward to 2 months "off" (off teaching, but working on my business), I wasn't going to let a few children who needed help be on their own. So I said Yes! Teaching a 7yo boy and his dad I taught a sweet 7 year old boy. He is very smart, knew a lot of the things already, but attention is not his forte. We can't be great at everything. It was a pleasure to help him discover some new mindfulness tricks. The best part was to see him do it with his dad. I taught them both together. It was...

What is mindfulness?

Such a big question. Mindfulness is so many things. There are so many ways to look at it, that I'll write many articles in an effort to show as many points of view of what mindfulness is and what it can bring to us human beings but also our planet. [I'll keep adding links to articles as I write them] Mindfulness: as a secular practice ...

Mindfulness as a secular practice

Mindfulness is about noticing what is happening right now. In practice, mindfulness looks like observing our breath without changing it, noticing how our emotions (anger, joy…) feel like in the body, the mind, the heart, and eating with the 5 senses. Mindfulness has its origins in traditions and religions like Buddhism, Taoism, and Stoicism, but the practice of mindfulness as stated above does not make it religious. Many things have origins in traditions and religious but that doesn’t make them religious, for instance the Gregorian calendar that we use in the West does not make us all religious. Mindfulness as it is taught in the West has proven to have many benefits in our lives, and that is why it is now taught even in...