Busy mind. Tired body. Feeling unfocused and sometimes overwhelmed. Sound familiar? Approach life in a mindful way to be here now and feel more at peace. Our busy lifestyles and overstimulating environment mean that we’re always on the go and
Ah, the human mind. It’s such a powerful tool. But it does love to flit around and judge. Wanting this, not wanting that. Pulling and pushing. Attachment and aversion. All too often never quite satisfied with what we have here
Where are you living? No, I don’t mean which town, or whether you’re in a house or apartment. I mean, what space do you occupy? Do you live in your mind or do you inhabit your body? It’s a good
Head space. Clarity. Connection. Me-time away from the busy world (both real and online). Tapping into a deep well of inner peace, content, strength and joy that is always there within me. Connecting to and awakening the radiant soul within me.
Now, there’s a claim. Fear and anxiety are a natural reaction to being alive? Blimey, that doesn’t sound very positive does it?! But if we delve a little deeper into this idea it makes a lot of sense – and
Do you remember when you were little and you’d spend, what felt like hours, lying on the grass and staring at the sky? Watching the clouds form and change and pass? Watching, with fascination, the colours behind your closed eye
Are you living your life on autopilot? Here are a few signs you might be. You find yourself waking up and worrying about your to-do list straight away. You reach for your phone as soon as you step out of
“Set peace of mind as your highest goal, and organize your life around it.” Brian Tracy Reading a recent Tiny Buddha article on 40 ways to create peace of mind inspired me to share with you some of the things