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Monday, 11 November 2013

Manage stress with mindfulness

You might have been wondering if there is something, which could dramatically relieve stress, improve your mental health and physical well-being. Without doubt meditation is a great stress reliever, but mindfulness is even better. By learning mindfulness you will find an easy and efficient tool that can help:
  1. Reduce stress (up to 40%) and achieve deep relaxation.
  2. Reduce anxiety (up 20%) and panic attacks (up to 50 %).
  3. Achieve tranquility, resilience and peace of mind.
  4. Open up your life in joyful ways.
  5. Grow, evolve and discover your life's calling.
  6. Cure restlessness and insomnia.
  7. Rejuvenate the mind and body.

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Thursday, 7 November 2013

Candle in the Wind

             
                                                                       
                           Take a look at this... What do you see, or what do you think?

                                                                                                                     

                                                          MINDFUL HYPNOSIS

                                               Try to keep looking at or staring into it -
                                                       does it burn in your eyes?

                                                  Do any thoughts come to mind?
                                          Is you consciousness blowing in the wind?

                                        Now, try to suspend thinking - any thoughts.....

                                                       Did that blow your mind?

                                                     Then discover mindfulness...

                                                             It is not that silly

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

The mind's eye

In our mind's eye the world is something we can control, perceive and explore. We like to play and often behave like the world is our toy store - full of barbies, puzzles and the like. Like a child we may think we want or can have it all. Part of our adult upbringing in life is learning about restrictions. We cannot or do not get everything and may start to mourn or feel pitiful, but what if we became more selective in our choices? Then we would not get as stressed trying to live up to a personal frenzy of exaltation or other people's expectations. If we look inside and use discernment, we can learn what matters most to us, and what is more or less useless...

                                                                 
                                                          Use your inner goggles
                                                                 It is a choice

Sunday, 3 November 2013

Acceptance

An important ingredient of mindfulness is ACCEPTANCE. You have probably heard the saying that we should only try to change the things we can, and accept those we cannot. Climate change, for instance, may be a relevant issue, but our emotional states most certainly affect the "atmosphere". We could think or talk about "greener grass", but what if this simply means we should find a gardener to cut or take care of the lawn for us? Either way, we have a choice. We can say yes or no, be happy or dissatisfied. In this way, life in the balance depends on our perception and levels of acceptance....

                                                     Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall


Saturday, 2 November 2013

Stress-Ville

Stress-Ville is not a village on a remote mountain top. You know, it is a city - full of cars, exhaust, loud noises and flashing neon lights. It is found all over the planet in places like Moscow and New York with Big Macs n' skyscrapers. We live inside or on the outskirts of their limits, commute and ride freeway queues. If we live in the center we can enjoy city-life and be prone to wander, and shop till we drop. But if we really want to find some relief from Stress-----Ville we need to find a place of silence, somewhere green like a park or simply get out. Green trees have a soothing and calming effect on the mind, body and spirit. Just laying in the grass staring at the tree tops can reverse any stress build-up. If you take a friend or lover or two with you for a picnic you can experience an all-in-one-Bliss....

“Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under the trees on a summer’s day, listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is by no means a waste of time.”
John Lubbock