“In silence one can receive more because all one’s activities become concentrated at one point. There is only one real rhythm; in silence you hear it. When you live to the rhythm of this silence, you become it, slowly; everything you do, you do to it.” ~ Mother Meera My heart is saddened this week… Continue reading Moments of Silence
Interested in beginning meditation but don’t know where to start? The good news is that all you need is 5-10 minutes a day to get started. Are you thinking to yourself, ‘Ten minutes, I don’t have an extra ten minutes a day! My life is already jam packed with work, family, social obligations, and I’m… Continue reading 6 Tips for People Who Don’t Have Time to Meditate – PickTheBrain | Motivation and Self Improvement
Yoga master Max Strom is one of the world’s leading proponents of healing with breath. This clip is the introduction to Max’s groundbreaking DVD entitled: Learn to Breathe, to Heal Yourself and Your Relationships.
Did you catch this two minute (surprisingly inspirational) video by Trey Parker and Matt Stone? Entitled Music and Life, it features the voice of Alan Watts. Watts, who passed away in 1973, was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, who held both a master’s degree in theology and a doctorate of divinity.
I almost didn’t read this blog post because it said he was an “endurance sports” coach. You see, I really don’t think of myself as an endurance sports-type-a-gal. I mean I just don’t see myself climbing Mount Everest any time soon. But I sure am glad I took the time to read these tips from… Continue reading More Excuse Busters! from Coach Al’s Blog
1. STOP. Stop whatever you are doing. Stop whatever you are trying to accomplish. Just stop. If you are driving, pull over. If you are at work, go into the bathroom, outside, or another private area. Allow your energy to catch up with you so you can become centered. 2. Breathe. Breathing helps your nervous… Continue reading 7 Tips to Help When You Are Feeling Overwhelmed