Weekly Update 17th September 2022

Weekly Update 17th September 2022

Welcome to this week’s update: a summary of everything we’ve shared on social media throughout the week.


As part of our increased communications plan, we hope to signpost weekly to free resources, research, and books in the field.  Our intention is to share knowledge of other work in the field and increase our collective understanding of mindfulness.

This week’s quote is from Jack Kornfield, who has taught meditation internationally since 1974 and is one of the key teachers to introduce mindfulness practice to the western world.

We also shared our new TikTok account.

Our Partnerships Development Officer, Ally Burton, reads a passage from the book Boundless Heart by Christina Feldman. You can listen to Ally reading the passage on YouTube by clicking on the image.

With thanks to academics in the field, we are sharing research with the OMF community. Where possible we will signpost to papers which are not behind a paywall and are free for you to read. Unless otherwise stated, research is independent from the OMF. Our intention is to share work of others in the field and increase understanding of a broad range of research areas within mindfulness. You can read more from a 2022 paper – The effect of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy on rumination and a task-based measure of intrusive thoughts in patients with bipolar disorder, by clicking on the image.


Here are the courses we highlighted this week. Click on the image for more information and to apply.

There are a few places left on our September Mindfulness for Life courses. Apply now to avoid disappointment. For more info and to make your application, please click on the image.

Interested in learning more about mindfulness? Why not join one of our 3-week online Introducing Mindfulness courses? We have a course starting on 22 September. Click on the image for more information and to apply.


October Online Workshop

Join us for an exciting workshop with Norman Farb. The Art of Sense Foraging will run across 2 days, each session will be 4 hours. For more information and to book, please click on the image.