Well we’ve come to that time of year again, where we traditionally share gifts and spend much needed time with friends and family. But the holiday season can also bring with it much stress and strain. According to the Consumer
We have so much we can learn from Eckhart Tolle on surrendering to the present moment and living in acceptance. If it teaches us anything, it’s that we are more spiritually aware, happier and content when we do so.
I wanted to share with you something quite fantastic from UCLA’s Diana Winston and her team at UCLA. They have devised a series of free audios that will help guide you through ‘mindful awareness’. You can download them for free
Mindfulness exercises let you “tune in” to yourself. Distractions are let go, and your brain power is increased. The exercises help you think more clearly and concentrate better. The best news is that they are easier than you might think
The best thing about taking the 30 day challenge, is that after 30 days your life will be totally different. It’s a real game changer! But you have to stick to the different daily challenges to see the benefits. So
Here is a little gem of an audio that I am totally sure you’ll find amazingly helpful. Sometimes a little guidance is needed to help practice mindfulness. And I am pleased to share with you today an audio straight from
I’m often asked, “Terry, is there a mindfulness meditation tip that I can do on the ‘fly’?” Most people will say that it cannot be done. They’ll tell you that the only way to be mindful is in deep meditation.
In today’s hectic lifestyle, you should not overlook all of its bad effects on your health. The latest studies about human health reveal that stress usually results in heart diseases as well as high blood pressure. You have to think
If you were anything like me, you probably give a slight groan when that alarm clock goes off every morning? At least that’s how I used to be every morning. These days, I set the alarm a few of minutes
If you are anything like me, you probably drift ‘in and out’ everyday of Mindfulness? You know how it is . . . you’re there in the present moment, totally awareness and consciousness. And then the phone rings, an email