Despite all of the well-known benefits of meditation, just as with exercise or healthy eating, it’s hard to adopt as a long-term habit. Here we’ll go through the 5 most common obstacles and how to overcome them.
Can we talk about meditation as both a positive practice, and a negative obsession, in the same sentence? Meditation is one of the preferred treatments for addiction — but it can be an addiction in itself.
An increasing number of children have been reported to experience challenges in focusing or maintaining concentration. But why is that and is it really a matter of focus or just the byproduct being a kid?
Are you ready to discover beyond the 5 senses we learned about in school, along with the path to your health?
Here we’ll consider how meditation and mindfulness may be the next level of discipline we use with children.
Although it’s not called addiction in literature, sometimes we can’t stop feeling some emotions. Do you want to take a closer look at what you feel?
Struggling to overcome insomnia doesn’t mean you have to resort to sleeping pills just yet. Here we’ll offer some suggestions on how to maximize your use of meditation to help you get a better sleep.
Having trouble sitting still during your meditation? Here we’ll discuss why physical movement before meditation may enhance your practice and some ideas to get started.
Our sensory system is not made up of 5 senses, as is commonly thought, but of 8. What’s more, our bodies and decisions are ruled by our senses. Whatever we like or dislike doing is because of our senses. Because of this, by getting to know your senses better, you can get to know yourself better and rediscover the environment you live in. Thus, you may take another step towards compassion.