A forest for rest

This is a blog about forest. This is also a blog about me. My life is full of ups and downs. It doesn’t matter who I am and where I come from. In my daily life, there are always moments when my heart is broken, burnt or hurt. I had to face a lot of [...]

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Power Nap – The Perfect Way To Attain Energy

Here is my story of powernap - my perfect way to attain energy. Slow, low on energy, lethargic, sad and worried are some of the words my long time friends described me now. I never used to be so. I’m a student doing a course in Management, and my life is full, really full. Between [...]

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Mindfulness- Part 3: 10 Tips for Day-to-Day Mindfulness

We mentioned in our previous blog that meditation is one of the most effective ways to practice mindfulness and build your familiarity with the philosophy on a subconscious level. However, you can still apply mindfulness on a more informal level as you go about your day. 10 simple tips to mindfulness Below are 10 practical [...]

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Mindfulness – Part 2: A Simple Guide to Meditation

Mindfulness ranges from basic mental exercises through to more advanced techniques and philosophies. As we have touched on in our previous article, it can be performed while doing something as simple as brushing your teeth or driving your car. However, one of the best ways to practice mindfulness and encourage your mind to apply it [...]

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Mindfulness – Part 1: An Introduction

Mindfulness has been around in ancient cultures for millennia. Lately though, its enjoying a very welcome and long overdue renaissance. It is rapidly evolving from a niche and 'exotic eastern concept' into a mainstream lifestyle practice. Things like stress, anger, happiness, amusement, sadness and other states of mind are all facts of life. Whether you [...]

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What to Know About Your First Yoga Class

Whether your first yoga class is fast approaching or you are thinking about starting soon, you may feel a small amount of uncertainty or even a flutter of nerves. What if I can’t do a pose? What if everyone starts chanting? How will I know the different between a Chakra and a Mantra? If you [...]

read more

A forest for rest

This is a blog about forest. This is also a blog about me. My life is full of ups and downs. It doesn’t matter who I am and where I come from. In my daily life, there are always moments when my heart is broken, burnt or hurt. I had to face a lot of [...]

read more

Power Nap – The Perfect Way To Attain Energy

Here is my story of powernap - my perfect way to attain energy. Slow, low on energy, lethargic, sad and worried are some of the words my long time friends described me now. I never used to be so. I’m a student doing a course in Management, and my life is full, really full. Between [...]

read more

Mindfulness- Part 3: 10 Tips for Day-to-Day Mindfulness

We mentioned in our previous blog that meditation is one of the most effective ways to practice mindfulness and build your familiarity with the philosophy on a subconscious level. However, you can still apply mindfulness on a more informal level as you go about your day. 10 simple tips to mindfulness Below are 10 practical [...]

read more

Mindfulness – Part 2: A Simple Guide to Meditation

Mindfulness ranges from basic mental exercises through to more advanced techniques and philosophies. As we have touched on in our previous article, it can be performed while doing something as simple as brushing your teeth or driving your car. However, one of the best ways to practice mindfulness and encourage your mind to apply it [...]

read more

Mindfulness – Part 1: An Introduction

Mindfulness has been around in ancient cultures for millennia. Lately though, its enjoying a very welcome and long overdue renaissance. It is rapidly evolving from a niche and 'exotic eastern concept' into a mainstream lifestyle practice. Things like stress, anger, happiness, amusement, sadness and other states of mind are all facts of life. Whether you [...]

read more

What to Know About Your First Yoga Class

Whether your first yoga class is fast approaching or you are thinking about starting soon, you may feel a small amount of uncertainty or even a flutter of nerves. What if I can’t do a pose? What if everyone starts chanting? How will I know the different between a Chakra and a Mantra? If you [...]

read more