The teachings that accompanies meditation is more encompassing than the generic public view and its associated practices
Many people believe that successful morning routines are modeled by wealthy and famous individuals, who follow a strict to-do list before sunrise.
Are we absorbing too much information but seeing too few results? In today’s consumption society, it may well be the case. With so much information at our disposal, why aren’t we seeing more positive health outcomes?
The truth will be unveiled once we face our fears. Nothing is certain in life, and change is a constant. Too often, fear holds us back from taking the next step.
As a population, we deserve an Oscar when it comes to nagging about the things we cannot control.
Wasting energy which can be used for a better purpose. How?
Motivation is fleeting. It is an unstable constant in our lives. It comes and goes with the coming and going like ebb and flow. If we rely on motivation to arrive, you may wait for eternity to see tasks turn into goals.
Diverting from the truth, and greenwashing what is to be expected, just to gain more. Wellness is a hyped up term in the hospitality industry.
As crucial as your evening routine, in today’s society also morning routines are little scheduled in favour of full-steam ahead. Not the right choice when productivity is on the agenda.
How quickly we fall back to undesirable routines when new normals arise. Perhaps it is time to take it up a notch?
The world becomes more sedentary. Movement is no longer a priority. And with this incremental trend of our butt in our chair, the correlation to modern-day diseases is quickly made. Is this new new cancer?