In this journey towards mindfulness, we’ll explore practical strategies and insights to help you cultivate a mindful way of living.
Meditation is a practice that has been around for centuries and has gained increasing popularity in recent years. While it has its roots in spiritual and religious traditions, meditation is now widely recognized as a tool for improving mental and physical well-being. In this blog post, we’ll explore what meditation is, how it works, and
What Happens When You Begin Within We all go within all the time – daydreaming, talking to ourselves, imagining…mostly talking to ourselves. Isn’t that a funny thing! What are you going to tell yourself that you don’t already know? But we have endless advice for ourselves, arguments with ourselves, judgments and criticisms of situations and
I created the Self-Healing process to put the power of energy healing in YOUR hands to provide you with relief from pain, stress, PTSD, anxiety, uncomfortable emotions from your past, disease or wounds. If something is wrong in the physical, mental or emotional body, there is an underlying block in the energy body. This process
How would you like to be able to take a breath, say the word “Peace” to yourself and instantly quiet your mind and become present? This easy program consists of three steps. After you have gone through the steps, you will be able to quiet your mind at will, by yourself, anytime, anywhere. First,
Quiet your Mind We often find ourselves far from our center, far from our Self, with our thoughts dragging us everywhere but home. It is not only frustrating but stressful, when your mind starts running around like a wild horse and it can be very difficult to stop the run-away process. So, how to
Did you know that meditation can actually change your brain for the better? Recent studies have confirmed that just as regular exercise strengthens your muscles, regular meditative states strengthen the parts of your brain associated with happiness and positive behavior. There is even a new field of psychology called contemplative neuroscience that studies this phenomenon.