Mindfulness Meditation: Formal and Informal Practice

Mindfulness Meditation: Formal and Informal Practice

Be Mindful means to notice what’s Happening right now with our Thoughts, in our Body, and in the Environment with Calm, Clarity, Sharp, Kindness, Flexibility and without Judgement.  We can Practice Mindfulness as a Formal Practice or as Informal Practice. A increasing number of People and Organizations are turning towards Mindfulness Training, a Mindset of Formal Practice that usually includes Mindfulness Meditation as a core Component during the Week Schedule. The Formal Practice of Mindfulness includes an Intentional Commitment of Time (at Home, in the Nature or at Work, from one minute to…continue reading →
Awareness of Thought using Contemplation

Awareness of Thought using Contemplation

Traveling towards the Quiet or the Silence of the Mind in not an Automatic Experience.  Our Thoughts are always Present as a Soundtrack in our daily Life and sometimes we are also invested by the Frequencies of the People around us. To be Aware of all our Thoughts is impossible given that we Think over 70.000 thoughts per Day (around 3.000 Thoughts per hour) but it is Possible to Select some of them Carefully as we Select the Food that Nourish our Body. Thoughts have to Power to Feed or Impoverish our Mind,…continue reading →
Celebrating Winter Solstice for a Renewed Awareness and Harmony in our Lives

Celebrating Winter Solstice for a Renewed Awareness and Harmony in our Lives

Solstice derives from the Latin scientific term Solstitium, containing Sol, which means "Sun," and the past participle stem of Sistere, meaning "to make stand”. When the Sun moves south toward the Tropic of Capricorn and the shortest day of the solar year arrives in the Northern Hemisphere we use to call this days Winter Solstice. The Solstice is an Astronomical event caused by the Tilt of the Earth on its Axis and its orbit around the Sun. The result is the Shortest Day and Longest Night. Winter Solstice is the equivalent of the…continue reading →
Mind Clarity for Feeling Better and Being more Effective

Mind Clarity for Feeling Better and Being more Effective

Clarity of Thought is a State of Mind and it cannot be Considered an Achievement, it already is, we just need to Clean the Glasses of the Windows though which we Observe and Live our Lives.  Clarity is a State of Think Nothing, Doing Nothing, Change Nothing, Fight Nothing in relation of the External Environment Situation in the Here and Now and It Happens when we stop to correct the Thoughts and we let them Be as Simply they are.  Descartes, in the Rules, introduces the Simple Natures or the State of Clarity…continue reading →
Walking Meditation: a Daily Meditation Practice

Walking Meditation: a Daily Meditation Practice

Meditation means to Focus the Mind on the Totality and the Emptiness hidden in the Present Moment. Nowadays is widely Known that Meditation Reduces Stress, Tensions and Provides Mental Calm. But in the rush of Everyday Life, it’s not always easy to Stop, and as the old saying Goes, smell the Roses.  From the demands of Family to the Requests and the Pressure in the Office, there is always a smaller Room to simply Be and Be Mindful. For those looking for a brief Respite, is possible consider the Walking Meditation as a Regular Meditative Practice. …continue reading →
Concentration Meditation. An Easy and Effective Exercise

Concentration Meditation. An Easy and Effective Exercise

Concentration Meditation. An Easy and Effective Practice by Thich Nhat Hanh The Purpose of this Meditation is to Combine Concentration and Mindfulness so as to allow to see into the True Nature of Reality and the Present Moment. According to Thich Nhat Hanh, Concentration is a Great Source of Happiness and Inner Growth. Harvard Cardiologist Herbert Benson, M.D. first found that Concentration Meditation elicits what he calls the “Relaxation Response.” All forms of Meditation, in which the Mind becomes Quiet and Focused, also elicit this Innate Physiological Response, which is the opposite of the…continue reading →
Meditation and the Evolution of Consciousness

Meditation and the Evolution of Consciousness

Meditation is an Ancient Practice to increase Awareness about our Connection with our Spirit and with the Whole. Nowadays Meditation has become Popular and widely practiced by many People around the World (also by who doesn’t consciously follow a Spiritual Path) as a Relaxation Exercise and an Excellent Technique to train the Mind to be more Focused and Productive. In fact when we Meditate, we’re Training the Mind to be more Efficient, Intuitive and Responsive to our Will, but Meditating also we are helping our Energetic Bodies and Chakras to be more Intact…continue reading →
Gratitude as Mindset and Personal Development Practice

Gratitude as Mindset and Personal Development Practice

Gratitude is a Feeling which comes from the Appreciation of what is Valuable and Meaningful for a Person, deeply in his/her Heart; It is a general state of Thankfulness toward an Internal or External Situations. Gratitude is itself a Way of Life and a Powerful Spiritual Practice in many Spiritual and Religious Traditions and nowadays it has Become a Positive Habit also in many Corporates as an Intrinsic Attitude of the Leadership. When we are Grateful we Feel Better and we become able to see the Good in many Life Situations. When combined…continue reading →
We are Connected with Each Other and the Planet Itself

We are Connected with Each Other and the Planet Itself

We are deeply Connected with Each Other and the Planet ItselfTo Rise our Vibration, choosing carefully our Thoughts and Emotions, is Becoming an Environmental Responsability and an Investment We Do for the Personal and the Collective Quality of Life on our Planet. "Every Individual’s Energy affects the Collective Field Environment. The means each Person’s Emotions and Intentions Generate an Energy that affects the Field. A first step in diffusing Societal Stress in the Global field is for each of us to take Personal Responsibility for our own Energies. We can do this by increasing our…continue reading →
The Culture of Wellness

The Culture of Wellness

Well-being (from well-being = "Feeling Good" or "Existing Well") is a state that involves all aspects of the Human Being. The word "Wellness", whose meaning in the past essentially coincided with Physical Health, today has gradually taken on an ever wider meaning, coming to involve all aspects of Being's Reality: Physical, Emotional, Mental/Intellectual, Social, Environmental, Occupational, and Spiritual. Just to think about the word "Wellness" makes us Feel Good and makes our images and sensations feel Positiveness: Relaxation, Tranquillity, Care, Vitality, Health, Balance, Fulfilment, Joy, Affectivity, Peace, Inner Silence ... Even More the…continue reading →