Happy Mindful Monday, dear readers! This weeks mindfulness topic circles around: how do I make others feel their best? I am sure you've heard of the popular quote; "How you make others feel says a lot about you." I believe this statement holds a large amount of truth. Everyone is guilty of pushing their insecurities onto … Continue reading Mindful Monday – How Can I Make You Feel Your Best?
Life's journey conceives an inevitable path for human beings to become adrift. Faced with the threat of stagnation, life becomes jaded with upcoming patterns of daily redundancy. We come independently halted to our own journey's standstill; developing an inquisitive zest purely fueled from (past) obscure life choices. The questions spin through our head in anxiety's repetitive waltz; in … Continue reading From Jaded to Untethered
Happy Mindful Monday, dear readers. This Mindful Monday post is a bit delayed - my apologies! This week has been hectic, but I'm thrilled to be writing this blog post today. This request came from a dear reader all the way in Singapore (Hi, Amira!). I couldn't be more thrilled that this blog is touching lives all around … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Trust, Accept and Go Within.
Lately, I've been speaking to many of my (new) students about choice and the place it has in our life. The choice to be happy, well and the overall way we conduct our everyday manners. If you think about it, every new day is a chance for new choices. If we are being truly present, then … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Choice and Patience.
Happy Monday! I wanted to speak a little bit about mindfulness and the growing process. Growth happens in all areas of our life. I am not talking in the physical sense, but mentally growing through life. I have realized that our greatest periods of growth stem from difficult challenges. Life itself is challenging. Everyone will … Continue reading Mindful Monday – The Process of Growing
I wanted to add a short poem from practicing mindfulness practitioner, Bob Sharples, in this post. You will find his words below: "Don’t meditate to fix yourself, to improve yourself, to redeem yourself; rather, do it as an act of love, of deep warm friendship to yourself. In this way there is no longer any need … Continue reading Self Liberation.
Between clients this week, I did not get to post on my usual Wednesday time - sorry for the delay! As promised, this post will introduce grief meditation. I have used this for my clients as a coping mechanism for all stages of grief. My hope is that you find the same peace as you continuously … Continue reading Your Invitation to Grief Meditation:
** cover photo courtesy of Chiara Sicuro ** Mindfulness is a perfect tool in reducing your depression symptoms. From the time of implementation, the benefits from mindfulness practices are seen within the first couple of weeks. As I've spoke about prior, mindfulness is a great addition to any medical related therapy. Mindfulness shifts the mind with … Continue reading Mindfulness in Motion- 3 Ways to Reduce Your Depression Symptoms:
“Those who are without compassion cannot see what is seen with the eyes of compassion.”- Thich Nhat Hanh In trials of great suffering, it is hard to find the correct words to sooth someone who's hurting from within. It is always a difficult process watching someone you care about cope with an eating disorder. Eating … Continue reading Mindfully Speaking to a Loved One with an Eating Disorder
Peace, joy and happiness - this is all possible during the time I drink my tea - Thich Nhat Hanh Going off of our weekly topic of everyday mindfulness, I wanted to introduce you to a quick meditation that cultivates a sense of gratitude amid your morning routine. This meditation is known around the world … Continue reading “SereniTea”on a Wednesday- Everyday Mindfulness