Posts Tagged ‘Meditation’

Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness In Prisons In Lebanon

Lebanon is changing rapidly, almost taking quantum leaps in terms of a shift in consciousness and perceiving new possibilities in the face of old challenges. Activities like yoga, meditation, mindfulness, nature hikes, and healing modalities are spreading like wildfire. Add to that organic farmers and products, vegetarian and vegan restaurants, gluten-free bakeries alongside environmental initiatives

Struggling With Your Kids (or Your Own!) Exam Stress? Our 10 Tips Have Got You Covered

Photo Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RZ86OB9hw4 Exam time is upon many of us, and we know with that tensions tend to run high, and anxiety often higher. In this ever-competitive world, managing our own expectations, goals, and hopes, can be a challenge. It can be good to put things in perspective, and equally good to find healthy ways

Balancing Your Personal Expression With Your Solar Plexus Chakra

Now that spring has sprung all around us, most of us are excited to be in nature, hiking or travelling to various sites surrounded by water and beautiful blossomed flowers. Spring leaves behind the inward tendencies of winter and propels us to expand into the external world with our personal projects, creative ambitions and outdoor

Interview with Joseph Samarani, the Empowerment Guru

Today, on The Wellness Project, we want to introduce you to Joseph Samarani, a friend of our community and a important part of The Cork Collection Initiative. We have sent Joseph a list of questions to better understand the man who is doing so much to help victims of abuse. Question: We are going to

5 Amazing Things Mindfulness Meditation Does to Your Brain

Mindfulness is an ancient practice originating across Asia, but in recent years it has taken a strong upsurge of interest in the West, particularly within scientific research communities regarding its impact on the brain. An article in the Harvard Gazette, “Eight weeks to a better brain”, shares the results of a study conducted in an

A Deep Breathing Practice for Daily Life

There is one thing, at least, that is agreed upon by medical practitioners and healers from all different schools of thought: The importance of proper breathing in your mental, physical and emotional health. Most of us lucky enough to have a healthy pair of lungs tend to take breathing for granted. It’s something that happens

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