12 comments on “5 Meditation Practices You Need to Know About”

5 Meditation Practices You Need to Know About

Meditation has come a long way since it first became popular in the West during the 1960s. Some of the most popular and effective methods are now backed by scientific evidence, showcasing the benefits meditation has on the body and…

17 comments on “4 Ways to Become 117 More Mindful Each Day”

4 Ways to Become 1% More Mindful Each Day

Little strokes fell great oaks.” –Benjamin Franklin When I opened my eyes this morning, I looked over at the corner of the room and took a deep breath. It was the corner near the fireplace, where for the last two…

9 comments on “What’s new on my yoga bookshelf”

What’s new on my yoga bookshelf

A picture of some of my older yoga books...it's hard to stack up Kindle yoga books...It's been quite a long time since I last posted about the yoga-related books I've been reading. There's no doubt that my reading habits have certainly…

8 comments on “Mixed Up About Mindfulness and Meditation? Here’s your simple guide to blissful living…”

Mixed Up About Mindfulness and Meditation? Here’s your simple guide to blissful living…

It's difficult to pick up a magazine or scroll through our social media feeds without seeing a mention of either mindfulness or meditation. Sometimes it can be confusing, as the terms seem to be interchangeable. Here is a simple explanation…

0 comments on “10 Minutes of Mindfulness Can Change the World”

10 Minutes of Mindfulness Can Change the World

Most of us would love to make meditation a part of our lives.  Unfortunately, when we actually get around to trying it (rather than just reading or thinking about it), we feel distracted, think we’re doing it wrong, or feel like…

8 comments on “How to Take a Vacation When You Can’t Take a Vacation…Courtesy Beginner’s Mind.”

How to Take a Vacation When You Can’t Take a Vacation…Courtesy Beginner’s Mind.

Travelling is addicting. I recently read that serotinin—that’s the happy brain chemical—is released when we experience something new. Even receiving new emails is apparently enough to kick it into gear. No wonder we love being on vacation! New-ness around every corner! Serotonin overload!