Mindfulness: ongoing resources

 

After the program you may be interested in exploring further and there are many groups offering ongoing exploration and practice which would deepen what you have been learning in the MBSR course. Here are some websites and resources we like:

 

 The real meditation practice is how we live our lives from moment to moment to moment.

Jon Kabat-Zinn

 

About mindfulness

Rick Hanson: How meditation changes your brain

Jon Kabat-Zinn: Compassion and the history of MBSR

Jon Kabat-Zinn: Listening is an act of love

The Neuroscience of Happiness by Willoughby Britton

Center for Mindfulness, UMass


Mindfulness research

Mindfulness Research Guide

UCLA research resources

Stanford University Research


Pain

Pain: is it all in your mind? by Lorimer Mosely

Breathworks


  Australia-wide communities and retreats

dharma.org.au - a community of Australian teachers offering retreats in Insight Meditation

Sydney Insight Meditators

Blue Mountains Insight Meditation Centre

Melbourne: Dhamma Sukha Meditation Centre

Melbourne Insight Meditation

Perth Insight Meditation  

Adelaide insight Meditation http://www.dharma.org.au/

Alice Springs Insight Meditation http://www.dharma.org.au/

Hobart Vipassana meditation

Brisbane Insight Meditation :http://www.dharma.org.au/Heart-Insight.html

Billabong Retreats

Wake Up project


  Resources for practice

Mindfulness Clock For PC users

Mindfulness Clock for Mac users

Sitting Equipment


  Online resources

Insight Meditation Journal - a wonderful resource for you to study with contemporary teachers through reading

Insight Meditation Society, USA - is one of the central Insight Retreat Centres and meditation refuges in the USA. The site is full of wonderful links so click away and explore!

Audio Dharma - provides free downloads of talks by Insight and Zen teachers on a range of topics, supported by online donations.

Dharma Seed - offers hundreds of talks by well-known Eastern and Western teachers from a range of traditions
http://mbcl.org

Rick Hanson - a brilliant communicator about all things mindfulness

Wisebrain - a website with articles and talks on mindfulness

Mindful Self Compassion - an eight week program on self-compassion

Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living - an eight week program on cultivating compassionate living for yourself and others

Buddhist Geeks a great site with lots of talks from some wonderful geeks!

Eco Dharma - linking our mindfulness practice with our care for the world.

Tara Brach - an Insight meditation teacher and therapist


  Mindfulness-oriented Therapies 

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy


  Mindfulness for children

Mindful Schools

Association for Mindfulness in Education

Mindful Childbirth and Parenting

Susan Kaiser Greenland

Still Quiet Place

Meditation Capsules


  Foundations

Gawler Foundation, VIC http://www.gawler.org/

Quest for Life

 


What People Are Saying

I gained a lot from this course! I would definitely recommend it to friends and already have. I hadn’t been feeling ‘myself’ at the start of the course, and hadn’t been for almost a year. I had long term RSI which has gotten better in the 8 weeks – not 100% yet, but better than 6-8 months of physio beforehand! I feel myself again, and friends and work colleagues have noticed I seem happier, less stressed and I feel able to cope with stresses easier.

Tracey, 2017

Inner strength, confidence through knowing myself better, a more positive view of my future knowing that all I need is to turn into my pain and remember it will pass

Anna, 2016

It has definitely changed relationships in my life. Also it has helped me deal with confrontation a lot better. It has helped me become a lot more task focussed and given me the skill to see where my mind often wanders and why it goes to certain places. Loved the course and would recommend it to everyone.

Lacee, 2015

The course has made me feel a lot calmer in a busy life. It has reminded me to stop and smell the roses. It has taught me that awareness – is just that – not complicated! That meditation is not about stopping all thoughts but acknowledging them and letting them pass and then focussing back on the here and now.

Lisa 2016

It is hard to verbalise the surprisingly profound impact this experience (so much more than a course) has had on me. It has been so complete—spiritually, emotionally, professionally and intellectually.

Patrick 2016