How to Read More Books: Some Useful Tips

How to Read More Books: Some Useful Tips

Do You Desire to Read more Books? First of All, Make sure that you always have a Book to Hand wherever you Are. This would be already a Good Start. Choose an Argument that is already part of your Interests, don’t Start Challenging you under too many Aspects. I Mean, if you are Passionate about Art and you Enjoy Visit Museums Choose to Read a Biography about your Favorite Artist “in Preparation” of the Next Exhibition. If you want to Make Reading part of your Daily Routine, Schedule a regular Time each Morning…continue reading →
Ten Simple and Effective Relaxation Tools Easy to Apply

Ten Simple and Effective Relaxation Tools Easy to Apply

After a chaotic day, full of meetings, deadlines and family responsibilities, we all need a little bit of relaxation. While there are many ways that we can stop our daily runs and relax, one of the most effective and easy ways is meditation. Many of us never listen to the inner state and realize just how much stress and tension we hold in our bodies. Only 10 minutes of daily Mindfulness Meditation can help us to become more aware of the tensions in our body, of our thoughts and to learn to recognize…continue reading →
Make Ordinary Extraordinary: Bring More Meaning to the Daily Activities

Make Ordinary Extraordinary: Bring More Meaning to the Daily Activities

Learn to think about our daily activities in different or innovative ways can improve our growth mindset, creative thinking and mood, giving more meaning and focus on the present moment. It could be to prepare a work presentation, to plan a business journey, or simplest things as playing our favorite music, to study in a different location, writing our journal, or cooking a fresh fruit salad or a cake. Inserting small changes can bring excitement and spark to life. Choose to begin the daily to do list accomplishing the activities that we are…continue reading →
Clarity, Emptiness and Consciousness

Clarity, Emptiness and Consciousness

Mindfulness is Presence and an Intense Absence of Effort.  Mind Clarity is a Consequence of a Constant Mindful Flowing toward the Awareness that our Deepest Consciousness is Empty (and has to stay Empty) such as the Space that Composes an Atom that is Part of the same Material World that we can Experience through our Physical Senses.  When we “See” the Emptiness we Realize that the Present Moment Contains Everything and in that Everything there is always an Empty Space: the Way through which we can Evolve. “Emptiness is always Emptiness of Something,…continue reading →
What is Consciousness?

What is Consciousness?

9731817541. In this numerical sequence by GrigoriGrabovoi is contained information for the infinite consciousness evolution, human development and eternal life from top to bottom.  Humans have learned to live in chaotic cities, to live into a multicultural societies, to travel in the space, to study in the detail the human body and the illnesses and to understand the nature at the tiny level of its fundamental particles.  Yet we have no an effective idea about how our Consciousness, intended as our ability to experience and learn about the reality and our world arises in the…continue reading →
Contemplation: a Meta-Cognitive Activity and a Mindfulness Practice

Contemplation: a Meta-Cognitive Activity and a Mindfulness Practice

Thinking is a Mental Cognitive Activity aimed to a Broader Comprehension and it affirms the Existence of the Subjective Existence (Experience) in the Act of Reflection. Thinking and Reflecting Create and Recreate the Sense of the Inner World and of the Outer World in a endless Mental Activity.  In Relation of our Inner World, the Presence of Ourselves has no Existence apart from such Activity, and this Activity in turn is Traceable to the Creation of Meanings, Purposes, Goals, Culture, Knowledge and Observation and Interaction in the Social Environment.  Through a Conscious Practice…continue reading →
Bring Mindfulness to Work. 5 Ways to Be More Mindful

Bring Mindfulness to Work. 5 Ways to Be More Mindful

You don't need to Meditate every Day to Experience the Benefits of Mindfulness at Work. To Be Mindful means to Be Aware of our Thoughts and of what is Happening around us and Become more Conscious of Ourselves and our Behavior in the Here and Now.  Develop a Mindful Mindset has many Benefits that can Improve the quality of our Lives also during the Time that we spend at Work: Mindfulness can Positively Impact Both Mental and Emotional Health, increase Stress Tolerance, Expand our Attention and Boost our Productivity. Here are Five Mindfulness…continue reading →
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 wit a non-Judgement Attitude.  One of the most Effective ways to Develop a Mindful Lifestyle is through the Meditative Practice. We can Practice Mindfulness Meditation as a Formal Practice but also as Informal Practice living determined Daily Actions as a Mindful Meditative Practice . A increasing number of People and Organizations are turning towards Mindfulness Training, a Mindset of Formal Practice that usually includes Mindfulness Meditation Practice…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 to 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 Generated 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…continue reading →
Optimism Leads To Greater Happiness and to Success

Optimism Leads To Greater Happiness and to Success

In his book Learned Optimism, Martin Seligman, Ph.D., defines the Difference between Optimists and Pessimists in the following way: “The defining Characteristic of Pessimists is that they tend to Believe Bad Events will last a Long Time, will Undermine everything they Do and are their Own Fault. The Optimists, who are confronted with the same hard Knocks of this World, think about Misfortune in the Opposite Way. They tend to Believe defeat is just a Temporary Setback, that its causes are Confined to this one case. The Optimists Believe defeat is not their…continue reading →