It’s a busy world. You fold the laundry while keeping one eye on the kids and another on the television. You plan your day while listening to the radio and commuting to work, and then plan your weekend. But in the rush to accomplish necessary tasks, you may find yourself losing your connection with the … Continue reading Lets Talk Mindfulness
Drumbeats fill in the air from the native Indians, chants from the Shamans, melodies of Mozart and the simple genital lullabies our mother sang to us to help us fall asleep. Music, sound, rhythm has engulfed us all since the beginning of time, with our lives being surrounded by one massive sound track, within us, uniting and guiding us to heal our mind, body and spirit.
There are two ways we get exercise naturally without going to the gym. One type is the exercise we do during the course of the day. Such as walking or cycling to work, walking the dog or going to the shop, mowing the grass, cleaning the house ect... The other way is where people discover the intimacy that nature has established between awareness and physiology. This type of exercise is very reassuring and delightful, particularly for us, who have given up on exercise and have become strangers of our body.
Few of us, unless we have run a marathon or spent many hours awake with a sick, crying child can truly understand the profound nature of ME muscle fatigue. It can come and go quiet suddenly and people experience it in many different ways.
Deep breathing techniques are often cited as an important tool that can help you to immediately alleviate stress, anxiety, frustration, and anger. Yet, many people have difficulty practising deep breathing exercises because they either don’t believe that it’ll help or they try once and then don’t try again.
The same is true for breathing exercises, however, as is true for many other things: practice makes perfect.
Aromatherapy essential oils can especially help us reduce the amount of stress, depression and anxiety we are increasingly becoming exposed too.