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    As human beings we have sought to express ourselves in a myriad of different ways.  Through a kaleidoscope of art forms we have, over the millennia, endeavoured to peel back the layers that shroud our perception of life and redefine our experiences, thoughts and emotions in a way that can be made tangible to other people.  From the red ochre cave paintings at El Castillo to the modern surrealists such as Ron Golsalves, through the written words of lyrics, poetry and prose, through film, photography and music we have learned to distill the complex mix of  human emotions and experiences into a single point of feeling that can be shared across space and time.

    This single point of feeling, or awareness of the 'now', is where  Mindfulness can take us, helping us to make sense of the babble of ruminations that are the Windmills of our Mind.

     

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