It doesn’t matter who we are, at sometime or other in our life we all experience negative self belief. It isn’t a mental health problem, but something ingrained in us throughout our life. For example, you’re all dressed up for a job interview and then you think to yourself “why on earth would anyone want to employ me? I don’t even look the part “you try to go on a diet and do you think to yourself, “what’s the point? It never works” now I’ve just been reading the most fantastic book called the ‘Happiness Trap’ by Russ Harris, and in it he talks about a really good way of detaching ourselves from these negative belief patterns. Let’s give it a try! Think about a negative thing you always tell yourself. For example, I’ll never lose weight I’ve tried it before. Now take a few
Over the past decade or so, Mindfulness has become a buzzword for anything to do with health and wellbeing. But what exactly is it? And why should it sometimes be treated with caution?
The word Mindfulness means ‘using the mind fully in all aspects of our daily lives.’ Bringing our awareness to the present moment to see things clearly, realistically and not magnify our problems to be bigger than they really are. When we overthink things, our anxieties and stress levels are heightened and 1 way of managing this is through the practice of Mindful Meditation. This helps us prepare the mind to adapt itself to a mindful way of living & perception. Preparation is the most important part of Mindfulness practice yet it’s also the most forgotten. Let’s not forget, for years we’ve been fantastic teachers of getting the mind to think a million thoughts at once. To expect it to flick back to peace and tranquility in a heartbeat seems quite ridiculous. This is why preparing the mind takes time & effort.
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Major changes in our economic climate, have seen Buddhism fast growing in the West. The workplace sees people running in circles, trying to meet unobtainable targets and deadlines but this takes its toll. Stress related illness is on the rise, so many Westerners are turning to Buddhism because it offers a different way of living peacefully with calmness of mind. This FREE online course will help you develop a deeper understanding of this fascinating way of life and religion. It will also help you understand why so many Westerners are choosing this path and its many fascinating practices.
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Cowshed As A Classroom & With Rs.800, He Started With 4 Students, Today He Teaches 500 Students for Free!
How often do we come across change makers who really want to bring a huge difference in the society? It is pretty evident there are only a few who foresee and get things done.Uttam Teron, an unsung personality from Pamohi, a tribal-dominated village in Guwahati, took upon himself to educate the illiterate and uneducated lot from the village. There is nothing you cannot achieve when you have oodles of passion for a particular thing. This worked in the case of Uttam Teron. Teaching was his call and henceforth, in the year 2003 he set-up Parijat Academy at a cowshed with a mere sum of Rs 800 and began with the first four children.