Are you a non-believer, doubter, a cynic, a fact checker and/or wonder what all that humbug is about when it comes to Mindfulness? If even only one of this resonates with you then this book is for you! But it is as well for you if you are already interested in Mindfulness and are simply … Continue reading 10% Happier by Dan Harris – a book recommendation
A few weeks ago I started a Bi-weekly Mindfulness Newsletter. I include formal and informal practices and hope to bring a sense of ease into the inbox. I chose bi-weekly to not be overwhelmed and to give time to focus on one topic. For today I would like to share my recently newsletter here, too, … Continue reading Keep your “ease”
Time to start a new chapter to not let positive and well-doing-experiences simply pass by. Time to stop saying “life took over”. Life is not always easy and it is not about faking it.
Life can be stressful and hectic and we easily lose track of time and what does us good! Add to that the pressure of “you should” - exercise, meditate, be mindful, relax, sleep, read, educate further - "at least every day for an x-amount" of time to succeed. Don`t we all already have enough pressure … Continue reading Create a glimpse of mindfulness
I am not really a poem person but during the Mindfulness Course and as I continue with it I do come across some that speak to me. Below I like to share another one as a reminder to slow down now and then! Take your cup of tea, coffee or your glass of wine or … Continue reading Dear You – a poem
Sometimes it is in the most smallest, most subtle things… I have to confess that I was doubtful when I heard that we were about to practice the “gentle smile” (half smile) during our Mindfulness training. I immediately had an image of a fake smile popping up. But I soon learned how wrong my perception … Continue reading A tiny smile can go a long way
Before I even start - do not get me wrong, we all have crappy days, times that pull us down, when all and everybody seems to be too much. And we are all entitled to feel like that at times. But often it seems to me that that is what we mainly do; seeing the … Continue reading Just for a day – no complaints