I teach all of the practices from a Western, evidence-based perspective, however it should be noted that most of the practices in this section have their roots in the Dharma. The practices pay homage to the teachings of Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Whether or not you believe in a god, these world religions have so much to teach about compassion, treating others kindly, present-mindedness and more.
There is a also a practice that page homage to the incredible Zen Buddhist master, Thich Nhat Hanh, who died in January 2022. He blessed the world with his wisdom, love, humour and deep wish for peace within us all. He once said: “the seed of suffering within you may be strong, but don’t wait until you have no more suffering before allowing yourself to be happy”.