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  • Quarantine Memes & Tweets

    As a little relief from all the grimness permeating our social feeds & inboxes right now, we thought we'd lighten the mood with a compilation of our favourite quarantine-themed meme's and tweets.
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  • Facing fear when shit gets real

    It’s pretty tough to live in the now right now. When the future looms large with unpleasant possibilities and our present situation appears to continuously remind us of all that’s chaotic and uncertain. “Don’t be afraid”, “no need to panic” and “you need to calm down” are hearty battle cries from well-meaning folks who aren’t partial to anxiety or are trying to subtly soothe themselves. But denying the reality of our feelings during this time does a great dishonour to our emotional wellbeing and lived experience.
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  • What to do if your anxiety is through the roof because of the Aussie bushfires

    What a fucking year this week has been. Vast swathes of Australia are up in flames, people have lost homes, livelihoods and their lives, half a billion of our native animals have perished and the folks in power seem capable of little more than forcing limp handshakes. It can be an overwhelming and anxiety-inducing time for anyone who loves this beautiful country, not to mention anyone who cares about the fate of our planet.
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  • Not your usual mid-year reflections

    The middle of the year is a great time for reflection and we’ve got two great forms of reflection for you to try. These two new ideas have one thing in common: no judgement. So put away your ol' 2019 resolutions, tuck them somewhere you’d forget and let’s get started at turning this year into something we’re actually be proud of.
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  • Death Meditation

    The Death Meditation is an embodied installation that explores mortality, impermanence and the fragility of the human experience. Challenging, arresting, and unique – the Death Meditation guides participants through an experience of their own death, and the death of someone they love.
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