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The Mindfulness Key by Sarah Silverton

The Mindfulness Key by Sarah Silverton

I have just finished reading The Mindfulness Key written by Sarah Silverton. I guess that after reading The Blisfful Brain by Shanida Nataraja and learning about the neuroscientific proof of the power of meditation, I was willing to practice Mindfulness, and I must confess that Sarah Silverton has helped me to do so. I have always been into […]

By February 25, 2016 1 Comments Read More →
5 SCIENTIFIC BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

5 SCIENTIFIC BENEFITS OF MEDITATION

The world is too clogged up in the mess that it has around everyone that it is impossible to see through people and to go deeper into their minds to analyze and find out what exactly is happening in their lives or within them. Life is really tough for a few people and it is […]

By September 19, 2015 0 Comments Read More →
How CBT can help your skin

How CBT can help your skin

Expressions such as green with envy and red with anger may well be good adjectives for how a person is feeling, but it can disguise how important our psychological state is in the way we feel and appear. Progressively it is becoming more and more apparent how a bad state of mind or mental illness […]

23 Scientifically-Backed Ways to Reduce Stress Right Now

23 Scientifically-Backed Ways to Reduce Stress Right Now

Stress is a natural response to certain stimuli. If you feel you get more than your share of stressful events, follow these simple methods that have been shown by the experts to effectively reduce stress levels.   1.Progressive Relaxation This involves a useful activity of muscle tensing-relaxing to help guide sleep and promote a natural […]

By September 12, 2013 5 Comments Read More →
The Tibetan monk Matthieu Ricard is the World’s Happiest Man, Say the Scientists

The Tibetan monk Matthieu Ricard is the World’s Happiest Man, Say the Scientists

He is the World’s happiest man,according to the scientists. His name is Matthieu Riccard, from France, although his home is now Tibet. He is the Dalai Lama’s right hand man. With a PhD in molecular genetics, once he finished his doctoral thesis, he abandoned his career to focus on other studies: Buddhism.  He made meditation […]