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You Gotta Give Hugs! by Jeff Davidson

At the end of the 1940s, researchers initiated a long-term…

Stop Being a Prisoner of Your Own Mind by Sonu Ranka

Have you ever questioned why you’re feeling disconcerted once you…

Your Breath – Your Life by Jeff Davidson

Breathing is as essential to human life as food and…

How Mindfulness Protects You as You Get Older (Infographic)

These days we are seeing a lot in the news…

Interview with Award-winning Author Sweta Vikram

Sweta Srivastava Vikram is an international speaker, best-selling author of 12…

Heed Your Inner Voice by Jeff Davidson

With so many options bombarding us in our over-information society,…

Unraveling the Mystery of Enlightenment by Anand Damani

There are countless theories within philosophical systems that attempt to…

Letting Go: It’s Easier Than We Think by Lawrence Van Rensburg

The concept of “letting go” is a common theme in…

Effective Yoga Poses for Your Skin and Hair by Manmohan Singh

Summary: The blog intends to explain some of the most…

Re-thinking Time, Space & Interpersonal Connections. What is Quantum Psychology? by Isaac R. Betanzos

What if I told you that the way we perceive…

You Can Find the Time to Stay Fit by Jeff Davidson

by Jeff Davidson With all that competes for your attention,…

Multitasking is the Same as Multi-switching, and Neither is Good for You by Jeff Davidson

Multitasking is analogous to multi-switching. In 2012, research published in Psychology Today showed that “Multi-tasking is a myth.

How to develop strong self-discipline

“Compassion, tolerance, forgiveness and a sense of self-discipline are qualities…

What do Murakami and Mindfulness have in common?

“In a place far away from anyone or anywhere, I drifted off for a moment.”
From The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Haruki Murakami, 1995

Mindfulness is a way of life: an interview with Linda Hall

I find it interesting that many high achievers are unconsciously trying to fill an empty space that never actually gets filled through achievements alone…

Can you control your mind? Getting Stronger Through Mind Control

Have you ever tried to consciously turn off your mind?

You can think of your mind as a little, lively monkey who cannot find any place to settle down, but it needs to jump up and down, at any time, and without control.

How to achieve personal and professional growth. Discovering tools and techniques with Laura La Barbera

Personal and professional growth may be a great life-challenge. Professionals like Laura La Barbera provide significant help in supporting and accompanying individuals throughout the whole journey.

How does mindfulness based addiction recovery (MBAR) work? An interview with Dr Valerie Mason-John

One of the six senses (mind is the 6th sense) will have contact with an external stimulus like the smell of smoke or alcohol, and a sensation will arise in the body, which could be butterflies or salivating. And thoughts begin to kick in I want it.

Mindfulness, joy, fear, work-life balance and much more: an interview with Patricia Thompson, PhD

Aim for work-life alignment by crafting a meaningful professional life that matches up with who you are and what’s important to you

Mindfulness practice: an interview with Kateřina Kryllová

Mindfulness to me is “the capacity to pay attention to what is happening in the present moment with non-judgmental, or even kind, attention.”

Mindfulness and Creativity: an interview with François Bach

Discovering Headspace allowed me to find ease, to lessen that anxiety, and through practice I’m always trying to find a lightness of being. I never imagined I’d work at Headspace. I was living a world away and could only dream of sunny California.

Mindfulness & Multitasking

At that moment the world got access to infinite information at the same time, the human being found itself in the condition of desiring the acquisition of enormous quantity of data on a short term. Our attention has suffered at the same time by then.

Ikigai: western but Japanese concept

Ikigai may be developed from the very bottom of our inner self. It is in there that we have the best chance to finding the key of our success.



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