I don't know much about astrology but seems that Mercury retrograde a couple of time every years (or more?). Instead of panicking or worrying, why don’t we make use of this period for a bit of ‘Me’ time, to send love to ourselves and be calm? Let’s give ourselves 15-20 minutes to practise below exercise. … Continue reading Mercury retrograde!
A powerful meditation music to share. Try to feel the vibration. Enjoy~ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DsjaXRbrMc
I read this book about six/seven years ago. I still think this is a very good book to read. You may not totally agree with what Osho said, but you will find out how meditation helps us to be more mature and be our unique selves. Maturity - Osho
School starts finally and all of us are getting busy again. No matter how busy we are, it’s important to take a break. Below is a simple exercise called ‘squared meditation’, which we can practise with children to relax and learn to stay focused. Let’s find a quiet place and sit comfortably. When you close … Continue reading Simple meditation exercise for parents and children
Meditation: How an ancient practice has come to be known as a panacea for modern ills Friday, July 26, 2013 by: Nanditha Ram (NaturalNews) Meditation has long been considered an esoteric practice, far removed from the realities of the world. Yet modern science is telling us just how good it is for health, a fact … Continue reading An article on meditation and wellbeing to share
A fabulous one hour video on meditation and cosmic energy if you haven't watched it before. Relax and enjoy!
I received some enquiries on the difference between Meditation and Daydreaming. I hope I can give you some ideas here. Let’s start with the definition of Daydreaming in a dictionary, which is ‘A dreamlike musing or fantasy while awake’! When we daydream, we act like we are doing nothing while our minds are occupied with … Continue reading Meditation vs Daydreaming
I'm not a 'die-hard' fans of Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn but this book is inspirational. Cover a lot of ideas behind meditation instead of techniques. May mention a bit on Buddhist's theory but it is still beneficial to everyone, with or without any religion.