The goal to de-stressing and exercising our mind isn’t to ever feel stress again or be in a constant state of happiness. Stress is a vital aspect of life.
We practice mindfulness to be able to live in balance, to not get swept up by passing emotions or get trapped in chronic stress. We’re here to develop a resilence that allows us to “bounce back” and take things in stride.
We’ve all had that moment. The one where we are in a tizzy, can’t seem to calm down, and our friend/mother/partner/coworker gives us that cliched advice, “Just breathe”. In that moment, we want to do anything but breathe. We probably want to punch them in the face....read more
Do you feel like something always seems to get in the way of a successful relationship, the business deal you wanted or feeling real fulfillment, health or success in your life? Do you notice that you don’t allow yourself to get happy when things are going your way?...read more
“The one who thinks is not different from what is thought.” - Aristotle It’s impossible for the perceiver and the perceived thought to be distinguished from one another. When thought is focused on through the act of feeling, breathing, or being, man communicates...read more
If the spiritual path is supposed to be so good, than why is my life falling apart? (Find out how to lessen the pain at the bottom!) This is a very common experience for dedicated seekers on the path, so why does this happen? First it’s important to remember that God...read more
Preventing us from realizing the nature of mind in the now. 1) The nature of mind is just too close to be recognized. Just as we are unable to see our own face, mind finds it difficult to look into its own nature. The solution: We project what is inside outwards...read more
Meditation Heals the Body, Mind and Spirit. In stillness all limitations fall away, as your soul meets the unbounded nature of Truth. In stillness spaciousness prevails, allowing one to traverse thousands of miles without leaving the chair. In stillness the peace,...read more