Emma Mills London is here to awaken your joy, to nurture that awakening and to be a place of repose and inspiration for those already awakened and living well. 

You'll find gentle mindfulness lessons to shift your
perspective, natural wellness practices to soothe your body,  inspiration from the arts to enliven your spirit as well as interesting and thought-provoking self development features.

Oh, and lots of beautiful poems!

You can learn more about my philosophy just below, and find ways to use it in your day-to-day life in my new book  ‘Inhale. Exhale. Repeat’.  




I am hugely passionate about helping you to feel happier and healthier through not only meditation, but a holistic approach to life guided by a balanced diet, regular exercise, quality sleep and also beauty – whether for you that means MAC or Macbeth. Not only do our bodies work holistically, we're also seamlessly in touch with our wider life, with everything and everyone else as one integrated whole. Nothing is separate and there are no isolated systems. How fascinating then, to explore the implications of this in every day life
Quiet Time
Each day close your eyes for 5 minutes and move your attention from the outside world to your own inner presence. Be interested! What’s happening within you, with a little viewing, is fascinating.
Day-To-Day Life
Small steps each day can make a big difference to your wellbeng. The ideas and tools you learn from books or in moments of formal practice can come into their own when you test them out practically in real day to day scenarios.
A Poem Is A Portal
Poetry, paintings, photos, music, sculptures or dance: works of art have a transcendental power. I began to discover this while pioneering a new form of poetry therapy with the charity MIND in the UK. Artists and writers often point to the great stillness of presence through their work and in this sense, poems are like little shots of meditation. The good news is that you don't have to be an arty person to enjoy the benefits. All you need is an open mind and the willingness to learn something new.
Make The New
I beleive we are all creative and expressing that creativity can bring great contentment and happiness. Make time to learn about your own creative expression and appreciate it as often as you can. Perhaps it works through sports, business, ideas, cooking, design, raising children - or houseplants. This process often gives you a chance to descover and develop your own unique talents.
For much of the twentieth century, it was thought that neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to reinvent itself – was purely a feature of prenatal and early childhood development, but it's now understood that the brain can develop positive new programmes throughout adult life. So why wait? Take courses, read books and develop your personal psychology where necessary. It can be very worthwhile to do this, and to get to know your character at the same time.

Nothing Is Missing
 Of course, there may be room for improvement and there are things to learn, yet, we shouldn’t get bogged down in this identity alone – we are much more than just our personality. At the ultimate level you're already perfect. Or should I say, at once perfect and evolving. I recently read a poem called ‘View From A Window’ by the wonderful artist R. S. Thomas. Talking of the beauty of the countryside he says:

‘All through history The great brush has not rested, Nor the paint dried; yet what eye, Looking coolly, or, as we now, Through the tears’ lenses, ever saw This work and it was not finished?’     


Such a clever guy!

Being close to nature has significant and wide-ranging health benefits and that's why I encourage people to enjoy the natural world as often as possible. Can’t get out? Researchers have shown that just looking at pictures of nature can improve your mood. Buy a houseplant and a photographic nature book and leaf through at regular intervals while remembering the magnificent, natural wonder you are.
Follow Your Enthusiasm
I'm not part of any one school of thought or religion as I like to explore them all. This enables me to more freely evolve my practice over time, according to my own ever expanding awareness of the truth of things. I find that it’s important to remain willing and open-minded enough to explore each mindful activity that takes your interest– because you never know what it will bring. Far better to keep your options open! With this is mind, I encourage you to follow your own interests and enthusiasms because these usually have a good route figured out for you.
Being connected to others in a meaningful way is excellent for wellbeing, as is feeling a connection to something bigger than your individual self. There are many ways to enjoy a sense of connection. A few popular examples are: spending time with friends, dancing, helping others, looking after a garden, yoga or meditation.

Read Emmas Own Wellness Story Here