The resources on this website are based on a range of approaches including contextual psychology. There are also influences by non-denominational psycho-spiritual approaches, as well as Buddhist teachings. In addition to this, they draw on personal and clinical experience.
These resources have not been designed to represent the totality or nuances of these approaches. I have simplified some of these ideas so they could be made accessible to a non-specialist audience.
In doing so, I am not suggesting that this material is the only way to live a mindful life of meaning and purpose. However, if it relates to your experience, then you may be able to benefit from it and use it to make changes in your life.
These resources have been made to help you connect to the present moment and to pave the way for attaining a greater sense of peace and purpose in your life. They have not been designed to assist people who are struggling with mental health difficulties. If you are struggling with mental health issues or are in any doubt, please contact your doctor or mental health professional for further assistance.
These resources should not be used when driving or doing any activity that requires your full concentration. In addition to this, your particular situation may not be exactly suited to the approach and exercises within this app. Please refer to the Mindfulness: It’s more than you think for guidance on practising mindfulness safely. It is essential that you use this information at your discretion and as you see fit.
Mindful Creation contains links to third-party websites and resources. These links do not imply any endorsement of this app by the owners of the websites and resources, or by the content, products and services available from them.