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Ratnadevi is a mindfulness teacher, trainer and retreat leader based in Scotland. She is the author of <i><a href=””>Bringing Mindfulness to Life</a></i>. As a qualified coach she offers a range of one-to-one services, including online mindfulness teaching, mentoring and supervising. She is a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order and wrote an arts-based PhD thesis looking at the place of ritual for Buddhists practicing in the modern world.

Bringing Mindfulness to Life is published monthly.

Meaning, Part Two

A meditation on Buddhist practice as a source of meaning and relevance in a society saturated with consumerism

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Reflecting on the life and death of Queen Elizabeth II and the existential and spiritual questions that arise as the world looks on

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Contemplating the many ways we can create inner calm and stillness in an increasingly busy world

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Seeing how curiosity can bring new vitality and joy to our art, meditation, and life

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This simple yet powerful practice helps us to let go of our egoic self and recognize our deep interconnectedness with all around us

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A Buddhist practice for mindfully and compassionately entering into our individual and collective loss

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A meditation on the Buddhist virtue of patience as an active and joyful practice

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Not Knowing

A meditation on the Buddhist practice of not knowing or “don’t know mind” and its relevance in our busy and chaotic world

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Mindful Christmas!

Meditating on the ritual of Christmas as an opportunity to reflect on habit, culture, consumption, and mindfulness

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