Tagged: mindfulness

The genuine heart of sadness – bodhicitta

People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own souls. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious. Carl Jung Bodhicitta is literally a heart – our wounded, tender, some way melancholic heart. A heart that has desire and determination to overcome all the limitations of life (or our Ego) to become whole. A heart full of...

Follow your own rhythm

Life has its rhythm ad we have ours. They’re designed to coexist in harmony, so that when we do what is ours to do and otherwise let life be, we garner acceptance and serenity. Victoria Moran When you get 5 minutes to spare in the day, take a moment to listen to your heart, to feel its pulse in your chest. You will hear it beating to an almost musical...

I am glad I was not born before tea

It’s Sunday! Yay! 💃 Sharing with you my last week. A lot of books (book sale is on the way, 26/2), library visits, my food and training with Centr app (the app is great, because you can find anything there – new recipes, 30 minutes ‘gain more pain’-workouts, mental-health podcasts sessions, mindfulness, advices, interviews and so on.  I’m going to adjust my blog plan for March (here) because I have guests from...

Sex Hormones vs Stress Hormones

Sex hormones are Yin (if you don’t understand what I’m talking about, check the post #1 later: Duality ). There’re hell a lot of sex hormones, but we’ll talk about 2 of them: Estrogen = Ginger Rogers Progesterone = Fred Astaire  Some sex hormones are more yin than others. Well, estrogen (Ginger) is more yin than progesterone (Fred). Traditional Chinese Medicine is calling ‘Ginger’ – YIN WITHIN YIN. It provides nourishment,...

The greatest obstacle to “Happy You”

“Mind is a flexible mirror, adjust it, to see a better world.” Amit Ray, Living in the moment – Living in the breath We all know the phrase “you are not your mind”, but we don’t understand (not fully!) what does it mean. I’m reading the book “The Power Of Now”, written by Eckhart Tolle, and I’d like to say there’re a lot of great thoughts there, even if I’m...

How to cultivate a healthy state of mind

My voice is my most sacred power. I use it only to express my inner truth. “The Path Of Practice”  You can’t expect life to be 100% obstacle-free, simply because you are cultivating positivity or walking around with “a ray of sunshine”-face. Indeed sadness, frustration, anger and stress are often natural responses to the ordinary struggles of human life. So what you can do? 1. Take in positive impressions. This can...