There are ways we can practice compassion that enhance our honest embodiment of this radiant quality that has the potential to free both ourselves and others. The more willing and able we are to open our hearts, the deeper the current of compassion will run through us.
Overthinking is a natural occurrence. It happens when our mental and emotional limits are pushed beyond capacity and we do not allow ourselves adequate time to rest or process our responses. Here are a few ways we can learn to calm the overthinking mind.
The fear of flying is not rare; statistics say one in four people experience some degree of anxiety when flying. Flight anxiety can be caused my multiple factors, including claustrophobia or a fear of heights. Here are six things you can do to combat flight anxiety.
Investigations in neuroscience have proved, adding gratefulness to the practice of mindfulness enhances it manifold. Here are six great ways to start practicing mindfulness right now.
It is a mistake to think that our achievements and career are our most valuable resources. Our most valuable resources are other people. As humans, we are naturally gregarious and we need the company of fellow beings. Here are ten ways we can do something about loneliness.
A list of 5 resolutions for yogis that will help you bring forth the best possible version of yourself and help you achieve all of your life’s goals.
The SWAN meditation – short for strengths, weaknesses, ambitions and needs – helps us to do just that. The technique allows us to develop a continuous awareness of the most influential factors of our lives. By practicing the SWAN technique, we learn to see things for what they truly are rather than what we desire them to be.
The Kleshas are obstacles to our spiritual progress. By understanding the five Kleshas, learning to reduce their stranglehold on life and destroying them, we can reduce pain and suffering, and finally get a glimpse of Atman – the inner self.
The following text is a description of Ambalatthika-rahulovada Sutta – The Pali text named “Instructions to Rahula at Mango Stone.” The text details the first and one of the most important exhortations given by Buddha to a young Rahula, his son.
Faith and belief are terms which are often thought of as analogous, but they have nothing to do with one another. In fact, they principally oppose each other.
Gautama’s Buddha worked ceaselessly for the good of mankind, and was renowned for his ten great virtues: “Itipi So Bhagava Araham Sammasambuddho Vijja-Carana Sampanno Sugato Lokovidu AnuttaroPurisa Damma-Sarathi Sattha Deva-Manussanam Buddho Bhagavathi”
“Avoid fraternising with people who don’t share your values. Prolonged association with those with false ideas can only tarnish your thinking.” - Epictetus - The great Stoic philosopher