Articles in the category Mindfulness

5 Incorrect Assumptions You Make When You’re Angry

I don’t know if you’re aware of it, but anger is a serious issue in our society today. Teens and adults alike suffer from anger management problems. Back in 2012 alone, a study found that 6 million teens in the US were affected with intermittent explosive disorder. Imagine if those teens didn’t get help! How […]

On Humblebragging: How to Spot It and How to Stop Yourself From Doing It

What is humblebragging? “I’m so busy at work that I’ve only had 4 hours of sleep in the past 3 days.” “Don’t you hate it when you can’t find enough lightning cables to charge your iOS devices?” “When I bought this 75-inch TV and sound setup, I certainly didn’t want my neighbors complaining about the […]

Learn How To Go With The Flow

“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them – that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” Lao Tzu There is a popular saying that what we resist persists. But what does it really mean? The suggestion is to learn to […]

On Leadership…

“Outstanding leaders go out of their way to boost the self-esteem of their personnel. If people believe in themselves, it’s amazing what they can accomplish.” Sam Walton

Why Are Relationships So Hard?

Relationships are hard work, but I believe the short answer is: Because both people have to be willing to do the work it takes to heal themselves through loving the other the way they need to be loved.

What Can We Learn From The Zombie Apocalypse?

There are parts of all of us that need to be developed. We are no greater than the thoughts we think. We get up every day. Go to work. Walk the dogs. Cook the food. Mind the children. But do we move as a result of who we really are or who we want to […]

Tools to Develop Mindfulness

Mindfulness has been a very popular concept in recent times, and with how hectic we live our lives these days, it is rather understandable. The pace we live our lives brings about a lot of stress, and we find ourselves yearning for the good old days of enjoying the moment. Source Unfortunately, mindfulness is something […]

7 Quotes About Gratitude

When I think about all that happens during the week, all of the things that I struggle with, I find life is easier when I remember to be grateful. Not just for the things that go right but for everything. Every experience, every opportunity.

Romance with the Unknown

Why do we spend so much of our precious time trying to know the unknowable? All the energy we use to plan and prepare for what is going to happen next and with whom. To identify all of the ways life will disappoint us and best it. The truth of the matter is our attempt […]

7 Questions to Unplug from The Matrix

Image Source So, you’ve taken the red pill. There is so much to unpack. How do we begin to unplug from the matrix? It could take a lifetime to undo all of our false beliefs. As I began this process a few years ago, so much of what was inside me started to surface. It […]

What ‘The Matrix’ Is and What We Can Learn From It

Let me tell you why you’re here. You’re here because you know something. What you know you can’t explain, but you feel it. You’ve felt it your entire life … you don’t know what it is, but it’s there, like a splinter in your mind… I am sure readers have noticed by now that I […]

15 Realizations About Forgiveness

“Everything will be okay as soon as you are okay with everything.” – Michael A. Singer, The Untethered Soul Like every human on this planet, I have experienced hurt and betrayal. The posts on this site are not intended to be some presentation of myself as an expert. Rather, it is an opportunity for me […]

6 ways to practise mindfulness throughout the day

The practice of mindfulness can help us to lead happier and more harmonious lives. By being kinder and more compassionate towards others and having more awareness of our thoughts and actions in the world, we can become better people. Mindfulness is all about bringing more awareness to your everyday life and a sense of living […]

Mindful Travelling Tips: Eco Love, Learning Thai and Being Nice

Traveling and experiencing what the world has to offer is an educational experience like no other, but horror stories of rude tourists and irresponsible ones abound, leaving a bad taste in locals’ mouths and an ever worse fate for the environment. You don’t have to contribute to the bad image of tourists if only you […]

The sound of silence

In today’s busy world it’s very rare that we get to experience moments of silence. Thanks to our smartphones and tablets, we can text, email, talk, watch TV, surf the internet or listen to music every minute of the day, no matter where we are in the world. And while this makes us feel very […]

7 Ways to Show Mindfulness Online

Let’s face it, addicted to Facebook or not, you’re probably spending a lot of time online, be it for work or personal reasons. The Internet has encroached so many aspects of our lives that it has become indispensible to many. With many of us living a part of our lives online, no matter how small […]

How to Raise More Mindful Kids

Anyone who has kids will be able to relate when I say that, more than anything in life, they inspire us to be better individuals and motivate us to keep on living in a more mindful manner. With our kids’ futures on the line, we can’t help but to look beyond ourselves and act in […]

Four Things I Learned from Facebook on the Topic of Discretion

Going on an internet hiatus is a great way to help you focus more on your inner self since it strips you of endless distractions. This is especially true if you are addicted to Facebook and keep on checking everyone’s status updates and their comments on yours every few minutes. Of course, just because you’re […]