With a background in engineering and martial arts, Ben talks about how yoga has improved both his personal and professional life. Read on to be inspired, particularly if you’ve ever thought that yoga is not for you.
Guided meditations can be useful when you’re in panic mode. You’re essentially handing over the reigns to someone else and saying ‘here, help me through this moment’.
The benefits of proper breathing are both physical and mental, yet many of us don’t do it. When did you last check in with your breath?
The ability to think straight gets overridden, surges of adrenaline build, and the mind ruminates and escalates the response. Sound familiar? Discover how mindfulness and emotional intelligence can help to maintain our mental composure and mitigate the emotional hijacking.
Doing inner work isn’t easy. At times it’s uncomfortable. At other times it’s confronting. But if we want to change things up and live a happier, more productive life and be of better service to the world at large, it’s always necessary. Social rules and personal rules for success In How To Be Successful and Effective, […]
We all want to feel that life is good. That life runs smoothly. That people respect us and that our work is valued. Right? These feelings aren’t a new revelation to humankind. This yearning for a good life and a desire to be appreciated and acknowledged has been going on for years. Centuries, even. It […]
Sceptical about how effective mindfulness and mindfulness meditation really are? There’s a huge amount of research going on behind the scenes. Find out what the science says.
When we’re feeling overwhelmed, our brains take in too much random information at once, our memory becomes impaired and our ability to logically work through what we need to do is compromised. This simple meditation can help us to find mental clarity and calm.
Is being busy a choice? If so, why are you choosing to be busy? Is being busy an excuse to avoid doing what you really should be doing with your life? Drawing on wisdom from Debbie Millman, John O’Donohue and other health professionals, we start to examine these questions.