Meditation Series ~ Part 5(1)

Movement Meditation

Now this is a wonderful meditation variation, especially for those of you who struggle to sit still. I made use of this type of meditation when I first started and it is a great way to connect your body and breath. By connecting your movement to your breath, you can get into the right mind state for meditation a lot faster and easier. Movement meditation is as simple as practicing mindfulness in all life activities. It includes any type of meditation in which you move. There are many different options but basically any movement can be used as a meditation Read More

10 Traits of

10 Traits of Open-Minded Individuals

Being open-minded is a great habit to practice in order to find happiness. It involves self-development and the ability to adapt and grow. However, it is something most people struggle with. This shouldn’t deter you, like most habits it takes time and practice to develop. By not being open-minded you are most likely causing your own misery. Close -minded people are unable to stretch their thoughts, knowledge and ideas. Their perspective is limited to a self-constructed boundary, preventing them from seeing various aspects of situations. They tend to view actions and situations as having only one outcome and completely ignore Read More

Yummy Yin Yoga(1)

Yummy Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is an underrated but completely necessary style of yoga. It is definitely my favorite type and I love to practice this style as a cool down after an intense workout session. It is also the absolute best type of practice when you are feeling stressed, overwhelmed or anxious. So, the aim of a yoga practice is to become more present, calm and mindful – and this is the essence of Yin yoga. Some styles are more physically challenging while others are more relaxing and give us time to breath. The solution to everything is always balance, but some Read More