It’s no secret that when your breath is restricted it impedes your body’s ability to function at its peak. As a result your energy levels decrease and you find it difficult to sleep. The build up of toxins in your body can lead to long term health problems including cancer as found by Nobel prizeContinue reading “What are the benefits of nose breathing?”
Whether at work, home or play; the ability to distinguish between what is important or urgent can be the difference between success or stress. “What is urgent is never important. What are important are never urgent”. This quote by former American President Eisenhower in 1954 may seem like a strange thing to say however, whenContinue reading “How to Distinguish Urgent vs. Important”
What if I told you that you could minimise your risk of getting sick simply by changing the way you breathe? You probably won’t believe it’s possible, but yes it is.
Do you find yourself feeling a little down as the colder months settle in? Do you feel unmotivated and lack energy for the things that would normally interest you? Don’t worry, you are not alone. There are many people who feel like you do when the weather turns grey, dark and depressing.
I finally got to the movies last weekend as there was one film I was curious about. Ironically, it was called Locked Down. It was only a matter of time before someone made a movie about 2020. But it also got me thinking about the different coping mechanisms each person employed to handle the situationContinue reading “Emerging calmly from lockdown”
No matter where you in the world you live, your choices may be influenced by others’ opinions. However, it is important to be aware of how influences impact on your own integrity. In other words, what may be right for you in a situation may differentiate from what you have learned. This has the potentialContinue reading “How external influences in your life can impact your decisions?”
Do you feel like you have so much on but little time to do it? Do you feel like you have to tick everything off of your `to do’ list. How often are you doing what is important for others, leaving little time for the things that really matter to you? I hear you. WeContinue reading “How to Plan your Productive Week?”
Meditation is not meant to be spiritual or religious, although it has aspects of each for some people. What is about is committing yourself to a regular practise where the goal is to know and understand yourself better. Learning to let go of bias and seeing things and the world clearly, openly and calming your mind.
Self love – to truly love another, one must first love, respect and know thyself.
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.