From time to time, I receive requests from people to help them overcome anxiety or teach them meditation or yoga.So while my usual inclination is to go off writing about the Yoga Vasishtha or similar, I decided to also write something more practical for this newsletter for general benefit. Here I suggest …
How to crawl out of the pit of depression using yoga and meditation as tools? These age-old practices help us to harness our mind and body energies for genuine well-being and happiness writes guest contributor Emily Lopes.
The benefits of chanting the cosmic sound AUM have been known for millennia. Try this simple exercise to experience the benefits yourself.
The start-up world is the latest attraction for young professionals but once they’re in, many struggle to cope with the heavy demands of long hours and tremendous agility and drive. Nora von Ingersleben-Seip gives an insider’s account of what it’s like to work at a start-up and ways to not only cope with its many challenges, but to also thrive in it.
The ancient text Bhagavad Gita offers some very valuable wisdom for our stressful times. Here’s 3 lessons from the Gita that could help transform your perspective about life, purpose and achievement.
Blogger Ruchira Khanna shares some simple wisdom for restoring the connection between body and mind to enable us to deal with the stresses of life.
Suffering from stress, tension and anxiety? Try these three pranayamas (breathing techniques) to restore calmness and peace of mind.
Have you heard of the R.A.I.N. practice? Isabella Convertini describes this practice that is helpful in times when tumultuous emotions take over and it seems difficult to hold on to our inner peace. This practice is an easy way to navigate through the flood of emotions and stay centred.
Yes MBAs and business leaders do meditate! Isabella Convertini, career coach, business strategy expert and mindfulness teacher at Google gives us an insight into what mindfulness is all about and her personal journey into it.
If you’re an over-thinker, this short clip might help. LWP gives you 4 easy ways of dealing with stress and anxiety. Anyone can do it! Why not check it out?
Mind-full or Mind-less? Is mindfulness all that it’s cracked up to be?
Here’s a challenge: at the end of the day, try and recall everything you ate that day, including that stray chip and biscuit. For most people, this requires some effort. Now here’s an even more difficult challenge: can you recall what your mind ate? That might seem like a strange …