As I sit down to write yet another blog draft I try to think of an interesting and (hopefully) witty spiritual take on something happening right now.
I am one of those children for whom Advent calendars meant just one thing: chocolate - a daily dose ahead of a Christmas
Despite having such big rewards, there are myths about meditation that can stop people getting started or make them quit before they get to reap the benefits possible. Below we explore what some of these common misunderstandings are - so you can enjoy the inner peace, contentment and consciousness shifts that come from meditating regularly.
Isn't it so strange how any sane person can be brought to their knees being crippled by heartbreak? It doesn't matter how strong or logical you are, it seems that when the heart experiences heartache, we all seem to respond in one way, that is - totally.
We've all experienced it on one level or another. The friend who says they never catch a cold, the one who claims to ALWAYS get the best parking space, the one who always lands on his\her feet, and the friend who always manages to wangle an invite to the best parties.
When was the last time you expressed your appreciation for being created? I am talking about feeling consumed with glee (not
Don't leave stress unchecked, breathe deeply and ask for help, you will be amazed how quickly this will change your day to day feeling.
How powerful is not caring about what people think of you?
If you are not familiar with Ayurveda, the elements and doshas here is a very quick introduction: Ayurveda - and Yoga - believes everything is made out of five elements: Space, Air, Fire, Water and Earth.
I consider myself a spiritual person. I am not a saint. I don't have a 'holier than thou' attitude. Actually I think I am