JOURNALS

METHOD TO MADNESS

We use positive psychology theories to practice mindfulness, such as how to understand your feelings, practice manifestation, focus on what you're grateful for, discover your motivators, and outline your short-term and long-term goals.

Our Method to Madness draw on theories from Robert Plutchik (Theory of Emotion), Prentice Mulford (The Law of Attraction), Abraham Maslow (Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs) and Edwin Loche (Goal Setting Theory).

All of our products and retreats are heavily centred around our Method to Madness.

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WEDDINGS

STEINER/WALDORF INFLUENCE

Using the Steiner/Waldorf philosophies on inner healing, we believe that exposing our minds to practical experiences, such as cooking, sewing, gardening and crafts, will contribute to a sense of wellbeing and security within ourselves.

From this, we advocate mindfulness practices to develop a deeper spiritual connection within ourselves.

Mental mindfulness practices include manifesting, expressing gratitude, positive thoughts, goal setting, and understanding our feelings. These practices align with the positive psychology that we use in our 'Method to Madness'. This is why we created our shop, to give you the tools you need to become a more mindful person.

We are advocates for physical mindfulness too, which include yoga, meditation, and the practical experiences (cooking, sewing, and crafts) as mentioned above. These practical activities are used throughout our retreats.

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STATIONARY

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TAKE TIME FOR YOURSELF AND RELAX

Our retreats are designed to reset your body and mind. We offer activities, such as: yoga, meditation, cardio, and therapies (sound, art, pottery, music is medicine etc.) to aid your inner healing.

There will be loads of options to do fun activities that are designed to push you out of your comfort zone, and plenty of opportunities to see the sights.

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RETREATS

BECOME A BEAN

This is a private Facebook community for us all to share our mindfulness journey together.

We organise local wellness walks and activities, share our 'Method to Madness' framework in more detail, and help each other along the way.

Our community is for anyone to post freely about their experiences, or receive feedback, encouragement and answers to questions.

I WANT TO BE A BEAN
  • I am really happy I found The Lazy Bean on Etsy. Their journals are beautifully made.

    -Emma

  • I first came across The Lazy Bean through Facebook and their online community really helped me through a dark period of my life. I cannot thank them enough.

    -Freya

  • Honestly, this wellness day way AMAZING! I can't wait to experience one of their longer retreats one day.

    -Georgia

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