With everything getting consumed faster last few decades, starting with fast food, we grew more and more impatient. Remember the dial-up internet connection for which you would have to wait at least a few minutes to have your browser up and running? Nobody has that patience anymore. Nobody wants to read anything more than a couple of short paragraphs. Even videos longer than 30 seconds … Continue reading A few good reasons why should you read more books
You might have heard the word “Neuroplasticity”. But do you wonder what it means? I am taking this online meditation course, not to become a meditation expert or anything, but to become a more knowledgeable meditator myself. And I have learned that neuroplasticity is the concept of the lifelong ability of the brain to change. New brain cells, also known as neurons, can be created … Continue reading Serious Health Benefits of Meditation
The lesson we are thought by the society from a very young age in our default settings tends to be; “Think about what you want, go make it happen, and be really frustrated until it occurs.” Which promotes suffering in every step of it, until we eventually get it. Mindfulness approaches this kind of beliefs from a different point of view and refuses to go … Continue reading Mindfulness – Part 2
Wouldn’t it be great lying down comfortably and visualizing yourself pumping weights or running, or doing jumping jacks without really moving your finger and getting fit? Well, it would be awesome… And a study conducted by Dr. Michael Mosley and his team proves that it isn’t as impossible as it sounds to mentally “think” yourself into being fit. The research from the field of neuroscience … Continue reading Is it possible to “think” yourself into being fit?
I think you would agree that our brain is the most mysterious organ we have in our body. Scientists still debate on what percentage of our brain we use. What happens if one day we can use it to its fullest capacity? I trust in the potential our brain has, and that is why I am confident that human beings are capable of solving any … Continue reading Have you ever had a Déjà vu?
I have touched upon Mindfulness earlier in one of my blog posts as you might remember. And this time, I would like to elaborate a little bit further on the subject. The two most essential components of Mindfulness are; Staying mentally in the moment, which includes focussing on thoughts, feelings, sensations, and surroundings; Accepting thoughts and feelings without judgment. In addition to Meditation, the activities … Continue reading Change how you react emotionally