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The MindLetter

The weekly MindLetter consists of an email, with a theme for reflection. It can be read by itself, and also includes a linked practice to explore in your own time. Email mindfulness@ed.ac.uk to subscribe.

The Psychology of Gratitude: a Practical Introduction 

An up close photograph of gorse. There are green stems with bright yellow flowers on them.
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

Exam Season, With a Pinch of Salt

Photograph of a person's hands on a table answering exam questions. The person is holding a pencil and marking his answers on th
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

Goodbye, Pandemic Ponytail

Photograph of a woman sitting in a chair getting her haircut. Behind her stands the hairdresser holding a comb and a pair of sci
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

How to Play Like a Child in George Square

A black and white photograph of some of the buildings in George Square. There are old cars parked along the street.
MindLetter post written by Mindfulness Chaplain, Dr Kitty Wheater.

Comfort Me With Apples

A photograph of people standing outside around three tables. On the tables there are dozens of apples lying on each table.
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

Haiku for the Edinburgh Wind

Photograph of tall grass blowing in the wind. In the background is a green field and beyond that the sun is setting. The sky is
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

How to Arrive (Back) in Edinburgh

A photograph of Edinburgh with Arthur's Seat in the background. There are blue skies overhead and in the distance is the Firth o
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

A June Contemplation

Buttercups on the Cammo Estate, feat. Ben the collie
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

Thirty Days of Wild

Photograph of a yellow poppy surrounded by green foliage
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.

When Family Wears Thin

Image of a magic carpet flying with two people sitting on it, looking at a dark night sky and the stars.
MindLetter post written by Dr Kitty Wheater.