Yoga, Mind and Consciousness
Practising passive meditation regularly with enthusiasm, takes one spontaneously into active meditation over time. As the mind learns to dive deeper into its own depths it relaxes. And over time one finds oneself in a spontaneously meditative state, even while doing mundane tasks.
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.
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.
Research conducted by Professor Amishi Jha and Scott Rogers from UMindfulness shows that mindfulness training enhances the cognitive performance of special operations soldiers.
‘Moving on’ only happens through ‘moving in’. Self-observation is the way forward. We must start by observing ourselves, identifying our feelings and reminding ourselves that they are just projections of the ego. Our reactions and emotions are just self-created fantasies, and it is our own ego that sabotages our peace of mind.
Biofeedback is primarily concerned with the calibrating and the recording of the electrical waves emitted from the brain. These waves, or brain rhythms, vary in their repetitiveness, intensity, and extent from one person to another and from one individual’s state of mind to the next.
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.
A list of the five greatest and most common myths about Yoga.