mindfulness

Free Printables: Start New Habits With Your Personal 4 Week Health Tracker

Free Printables: Start New Habits With Your Personal 4 Week Health Tracker

We live in a world that makes money off of us.

Especially if things go wrong with our health.

Health care is extremely expensive!

There are hundreds of thousands of medicines on the market in the U.S. alone.

Plus hospital and doctor visits.

All to fix our broken health.

But the catch is….our broken health comes from the things that we also buy from big companies.

Like fast food, processed food, television, cars, beauty products, and even household cleaning products.

We live in a capitalist world.

Which means that people gain from our needs.

They are looking out for their profits. But who is looking out for us?

And they can make us need just about anything.

We’re all stuck in a vicious cycle….of buying things that are bad for our health, and then paying a bunch of money to fix our health!

It’s time you took your health into your own hands.

Break free from this cycle.

And start to live your life on your own terms.

A Review of Be Free Where You Are by Thich Nhat Hanh

A Review of Be Free Where You Are by Thich Nhat Hanh

“Be Free Where You Are” by Thich Nhat Hanh is a non-fiction manual for mindfulness meditation.

Thich Nhat Hanh runs a mindfulness meditation center in France, and lived in Vietnam during the Vietnam war.

This is one of my favorite books….of all time!

It’s short.

You can finish the entire book in about an hour.

But don’t let that fool you. Hanh has spared no word! This book is full of useful information about mindfulness.

Hanh teaches you about mi...READ MORE

Unusual Ways You Can Meditate in Everyday Life - Mindfulness Meditation

Unusual Ways You Can Meditate in Everyday Life - Mindfulness Meditation

Forms of meditation that aren't meditation:

For when you're really bored of formal meditation, and you want to bring it into your real life.

1. Mindfulness coloring pages

2.       Running

3.       Dancing

4.       Yoga

5.       Praying

How to Start Mindfulness and Stop Your Mind's Tailspin

How to Start Mindfulness and Stop Your Mind's Tailspin

I suffered from severe anxiety.

Starting at 16 years old.

It was debilitating. I could hardly stand social situations, going to the grocery store, or even family lunch.

I was suffering but like any being I continued to live.

It was like walking around with a thorn in your shoe all the time, and not being able to take it out. You can walk around okay sometimes….but there are days when you just can’t.

Your foot hurts too much, you’ve been walking too much, you’ve given too much of yourself.

And the negative thoughts never stopped.

It was constant, from the moment I woke up to the moment I went to bed.

Occasionally I would get on good streaks and meditate for a few days in a row. It helped, but only during meditation.

What I needed was something that would last more than just the five minutes every morning.

Enter mindfulness meditation.