We are almost there. In a few days, 2019 is ending. Therefore, it is time for us to put on our thinking hats and assess the year that we have consummated. It is time to check the balance of the pluses and minuses the year aggraced us with. In all seriousness, how did 2019 go for you? Challenging? Better than expected? Or not? Busy? Hectic? … Continue reading Goodbye 2019. You have been a good teacher.
“A lot of thoughts keep coming”, “I can’t stand still”, “Am I doing it right?”. Do you have such thoughts during your meditation? If you do, know that you are not alone. These are the questions we hear from almost all new meditators. We all had these concerns, and even years later they can still emerge somehow. But please don’t give up. In fact, these … Continue reading Managing Unrest and Impatience During Meditation
Now that we are getting older – and wiser. My husband and I have started to go to Tai Chi classes recently. This is a first for both of us. I for one was very excited and impatient about it. So, I have arrived in our first class a little early then my husband and others and had a quick chat with our instructor. He … Continue reading Forever Young with Tai Chi
It takes one droplet to overflow a glass which is already full right? It takes just one gesture, or word, or look to knock over a relationship if the balance between two sides has not been in equilibrium for a long time. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, according to Newton’s Third Law. Everything you do or say has consequences. Being … Continue reading A good relationship requires balance
The second and last partial lunar eclipse of the year is happening on July 16–17. This partial lunar eclipse will be visible from Australia, Africa, South America, most of Europe, and Asia, but will miss North America, except for the very southern and eastern parts of the continent. According to astrology expert Donna Stellhorn; this is a “Cancer/Capricorn Lunar Eclipse, and it is bringing us a … Continue reading Get ready! Change is coming – again
Richard Louv’s book “Vitamin N (‘N’ is for Nature)” discusses successfully the health-oriented benefits and healing focused potential of mother nature. But I would like to elaborate on another aspect of it today, and use the “Vitamin N” title, just because I love the idea of calling nature as an essential supplement for a healthy and happy life. After explaining the title of my little … Continue reading Vitamin “N”