Have you ever wondered if you were truly living the life you were meant to lead? Or have you merely settled into a life that was planned from an early age? Does the life you have chosen make you happy? Does it spark your curiosity for growth? Are you doing what truly lights you up?
It seems the hardest word for people to say is no – next to I’m sorry, but that’s another story. When you say no, often it is said with guilt or you experience an uncomfortable feeling. You feel you are letting the other person down. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There areContinue reading “The art of saying no for your health and wellbeing”
In a previous post I discussed how you achieve a flow state when you are completely focused and engaged on your tasks. For some this comes easy, but others may find they need some help to trigger a state of flow. This post discusses some suggestions and practical exercises that can help trigger your flow.
Awareness of your mind and body is frequently discussed as a mindfulness activity that improves your mental wellbeing. However, the science behind mindful eye contact can be just as beneficial to your health. The eyes are one of your key communication tools that are not only used to see but to be seen. People areContinue reading “The Art of Visual Mindfulness”
Over the past couple of weeks we have discussed the benefits of mindfulness and how it can help you live a happy, healthy life. Yet knowing the benefits doesn’t automatically translate into action. This week we look at how you can implement mindful actions into your day when they are needed.
In last week’s post we identified the benefits living mindfully and how you can become more aware of simple activities to adopt each day. Mindfulness can also play a part in the effectiveness of your decision making.
As you are aware, the brain is your most powerful and useful tool in your wellbeing toolkit. It knows how to assess each environmental factor you are exposed to and prepare you to respond. But did you know that when you concentrate on one topic, it can double the neural connections in your brain?
Each and every one of us has an opinion, it is what makes for healthy, lively conversations. Sometimes opinions have the ability to come between people and impact on their relationships and friendships. But exchanging differing viewpoints does not have to end in disaster. If handled constructively it can lead to productive conversation, bring youContinue reading “How to build productive relationships through mindfulness”
It is important to keep up with the latest news from Australia and around the world, to know what is going on and how your life may be impacted. However, the constant stream of bad news seems to invade every moment of your day. News is readily available on more platforms today than ever before.Continue reading “How Bad News is Bad for your Health”
Developing a regular meditation practice will allow you to become aware of your thoughts and feelings so that you may not only achieve peace and harmony, but to learn more about yourself and your relationship with the world around you.