Tapping into the creative part of you can lead to some amazing meditative sessions. They are particularly helpful practices in helping to stimulate other areas ...Continue Reading →
This is Part Two of a series of articles designed to introduce you to a variety of meditation styles. Part One talked about Stillness meditation. Today we are going to talk about styles of meditation that incorporate moving.
Movement meditation is one of the easiest forms of meditation to begin with as we are designed to move. When moving, we ...Continue Reading →
This is Part One of a series of different ways to meditate for beginners. This series is a brief introduction to a variety of ways you can create improved health and happiness through meditation. I hope you will find specific ways to pursue that will work best for your unique being. Advanced practitioners may want to follow along as well. You may find new information to use ...Continue Reading →
Mindfulness is becoming more popular as a proven method to pursue better health and happiness. It’s a powerful, simple and sustainable art form. Unfortunately many are not receiving the full benefits due to some popular misconceptions. Here are the two biggest myths I hear brought up often:
Myth Number One: Mindfulness Means Detaching
Detaching from the experience of the moment is not the goal of mindfulness. Mindfulness is designed ...Continue Reading →
Over Nineteen million people that we know of in America suffer from Depression. The number is actually quite higher as many people refuse to seek help or admit that they suffer. If you’re one of those people, or think you are at risk, then I’m going to give you some tools to try out.
Work them as if they are your new religion. If you still ...Continue Reading →
You can read this article without thinking each word to yourself. Try it. You’ll find that your mind wants to repeat each word as if you haven’t all ready figured out what it is. You all ready know at least most, if not all the words. But your mind still wants to repeat them to you as if you are a child hearing a parent reading aloud. ...Continue Reading →
The Journal of the American Medical Association reports about 42 percent of young adults suffer from potentially risky levels of TUI (Time Urgency Impatience). Higher levels are more common among women and Caucasians. TUI is the fastest growing epidemic with over 30 million worldwide sufferers and growing.
TUI is more simply “Hurry up Sickness”. It’s at epidemic proportions and doubles the increase of hypertension, heart disease, anxiety ...Continue Reading →
There was a time when we were happy. If we were comfortable, fed, and felt loved, it’s all we needed. Our smiles lit up the whole world. Do you remember that time? Few of us do. We simply weren’t concerned about tomorrow, next week, or next year. Only this very moment.
Most of us lost that innocent happiness. We think happiness is more than shelter, food, and love. ...Continue Reading →
Two of the biggest destroyers of happiness are worry and fear. Those feelings are created from how we think about the events in our lives. If we can really wrap ourselves around how it’s all in our mind, then we will begin one tiny step towards accomplishing, if not total happiness, then at least some peaceful contentment.
We worry about everything under the sun from the weather ...Continue Reading →
Those sparks that ignite you into adrenal pumping action and make you feel at the edge of your seat alive. That is anger. It’s a beautiful thing with a horrible reputation. Things like violence, yelling, tantrums, and road rage happen. None of that is anger. Those things are stupid choices that people make.
Anger is going to continue to be a misunderstood part of the ...Continue Reading →