Monthly Archives - March 2017

Resiliency and Ayurveda

What is resilience? How do we get it? How can we cultivate and maintain resiliency in our daily life?How can we adjust, within constant changes in life? Can we re-create our self, body-mind-spirit, allowing passion and joy into life and work? Do we want to just survive, or to live well? “Resiliency is generally considered to be a positive trait involving the capacity to cope with stress and adversity.” -McCraty & Childres When we believe in our self, we can “bounce back” in changing times. This comes with practice, bringing a deeper [...]

Effective and Meaningful Slow Life

An effective and meaningful slow life. The most ironical thing about our modern lives is that while technology is inventing new gadgets aiming to save our time, mankind is becoming busier every day. Our lives are becoming more fast-paced and hectic than ever. Obviously, it doesn't have to be this way. Let's rebel against a hectic lifestyle and slow-down to enjoy the ultimate gift to mankind—life. A slower paced life means making time to enjoy your mornings, instead of rushing off to work in frenzy. Instead of always being [...]

Bring Meditation into Your Life

“Meditation: because some questions cannot be answered by Google.” -Anonymous There's an old fable about a hardworking man who carried a huge boulder home from work. The boulder was cumbersome, burdensome, and weighed him down. The huge rock represented all of his troubles and woes. The man decided he didn't want to bring his burden into his home to share with his wife and kids, so he made a commitment to leave the gigantic boulder near the front door. He assumed he could pick it up again when he left for [...]

How to Detox and Cleanse Your Body Naturally at Home

Cleansing the body and making it available for greater possibilities can start right at home. Sadhguru gives us simple methods to cleanse the five elements of the system. Sadhguru: Essentially, the body is a play of the five elements – water, earth, air, fire and space. It is very common in India to refer to the body as a puppet made of five elements. By composition, the body is seventy-two percent water, twelve percent earth, six percent air, four percent fire, and the remaining six percent space or akash. How these [...]