When you hear the term Neuroplasticity or Brain Plasticity the first thing that pops into your head is an image of something plastic.
While there’s no plastic involved but the process is like plastic. Just like plastic that can change its shape under certain circumstance, your brain too has the ability to mould itself as you will. Continue reading →
“It’s not stress that kills us; it’s our reaction to it” – Hans Selye
Not only stress has become a part of our lives, we have become attuned to it. Like we have just accepted it, it’s going to happen to me, to you to everyone.
But just because something is common doesn’t mean it’s not dangerous. And stress is not just dangerous, it’s fatal. There’s no dearth of information chronicling the adverse effects of stress on the body and mind. Continue reading →
The number one excuse for not meditating is a lack of time. People are too busy working towards their dream lives and in the process neglect the powerhouse of productivity- the brain. Continue reading →
When people hear the term meditation, they instantly connect it with archaic spiritual and pseudoscientific practices,but the truth remains that not only meditation has immense scientifically proved benefits but it also based on the principles of science. Contrary to the common belief that meditation is all about sitting still, there are actually numerous ways to meditate even on the go. Continue reading →
You have probably heard people raving about the benefits of meditation, from better health to better concentration. But there is another excellent benefit that most of us are in dire need of- the effect meditation has on anger, both in terms of it being a solution and also to prevent triggering anger bursts. Continue reading →
One of the principle teachings of Buddha is the noble eight fold path that can help person reach enlightenment. Mindfulness (Sati in Pali) is one of the aspects of the path (“Right Mindfulness”). It is also one of the seven factors of enlightenment. Hence, it is by following the Buddhist ideals of meditation that one would be able to achieve the highest order of excellence.
There is a famous saying that goes like, “To understand the immeasurable, the mind must be extraordinarily still”.
Meditation – key to success
No doubt, meditation is one of the most powerful forces. There are a lot of records that depict how inner peace of mind can help you conquer the greatest heights. If you are looking to enjoy the true fruits of success, you have to delve deep into your inner conscience and meditation can help you achieve the zenith of excellence. Continue reading →
Meditation is a body and mind relaxation technique. If you take a look at the Asian history, you will find that this excellent body and mind rejuvenating technique was in use even thousands of years ago. Ancient people from Asia, who were habitual of regular meditation practice, were far healthier than the modern people, who are habitual of living an unhealthy and stressful life. Continue reading →
Meditation serves as both preventive and curative measures for stress, but beginners find it especially difficult to get it right. Due to the lack of a calm mind and unwavering focus, 80% people quit meditating within the first week itself.
To simplify the process of meditation, here is a step-by-step guide to help you get the basic right. Continue reading →
Stress has a lot to do with the state of your mind and the control you have over your emotions.
There are a number of factors that can get us worked up but no matter what the cause of your stress is, one sure way to combat stress is through meditation. Continue reading →