Life is a dance; mindfulness is witnessing that dance. — Amit Ray Mindfulness involves acceptance, meaning that we pay attention to our thoughts and feelings without judging them—without believing, for instance, that there’s a “right” or “wrong” way to think or feel in Read more….
Awakening your inner spirit takes courage and daring. Most of us don’t dare to venture on this path. However the seeker within us secretly pushes us on the way. Finally, one day we wake up to see who we really Read more….
Have you ever felt workplace spirituality movement? Workplace spirituality involves a sense of wholeness, connectedness at work, and deeper values. If you’re stressed out, worried, fearful or lonely, the impact is not only on your health but also on Read more….
Compassion are supported by different biological systems and neural networks of the brain. Compassion based meditation practices can reduce pain, and can promote positive emotions and social closeness, which in turn can improve mental and physical health. Helping others and doing Read more….
Meditation is the most effective and easy way to alter the gene expression. The meditation techniques like mindfulness meditation, om meditation and vipassana meditation is closely related to change the gene expression. Meditation can make our gene turned “on” or Read more….
Cheese is highly nutritious and very rich in several vitamins and minerals. Cheese is an excellent source of protein. Consumption of dairy products, such as cheese, has long been recognized as an effective strategy against osteoporosis, especially among elderly women. Read more….
Emotional Intelligence is the powerful tool to focus your energy in positive direction. Emotional Intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. Complete emotional thinking can lead Read more….
The best way to handle stress free life is to handle yourself. How we interpret what’s happening matters, as well as how much we’ve taken care of ourselves and “filled the cup” check out these easy practices to adapt to Read more….
Prefrontal cortex (PFC) is responsible for many “higher-order” functions like planning, decision-making, learning, concentration, goal-setting, emotion-control, creativity, self-observation, prioritizing, social interaction, and behavior control. For effective cognitive function control and happiness, exercises for prefrontal cortex are very important. Here, I Read more….
Getting up early can make you more productive, focused and motivated. Wake up early in the morning will give you plenty of time to complete all of your daily tasks. Here are seven ways to start your morning fresh and better. Read more….