Social Enterprise: Our Way
Number of people who have “ideas” is scarily impressive. And while these range from primitive to ingenious, their true value really depends on a variety of factors – from education level, to ability for overarching thinking. That said though, our ability to make our dreams reality, varies in even wider range – from “coach thinkers”,... Continue Reading →Read more
Gratitude: The science, health benefits and practical tools to help you get started.
Depending on the part of the world you live in, stress can come in many different forms ranging from the threat of armed conflict in parts of the developing world to the thoughts of a difficult day in the office in more advanced economies. According to a recent Gallop Poll, in 2018 even as the... Continue Reading →Read more
Finding “The Moment”
Have you ever wondered why it feels so different when you are doing something you want to do versus something you have to do? How about something you love to do versus something you can’t stand to do? How about something you believe in versus something you do not believe in? Wait, people actually put... Continue Reading →Read more
Empower Your Health
“Creatures of Habit We Are”, a little saying I often use during conversation, when the topic is a recurring hardship one faces. We are a funny little animal, top of the food chain, yet our wiring, in many ways, very similar to that of our community of Earth bound animal friends. Slave to our senses... Continue Reading →Read more
How a little electrical Zap can give you the memory of a 20 year old
Working memory is the part of the mind where consciousness lives, the part that is engaged when we reason, make decisions, even recall our shopping lists or remember where we left our car parked for example. But our working memory begins to decline in our late 20s and mid 30s as specific brain regions connections... Continue Reading →Read more
Learn To Let It Go
Recently, while giving a little instruction to a meditation student of mine…well she also happens to be my wife, a way of illustrating one of the goals in meditation, came about. I was attempting to describe the process of letting go. Letting go of what, you ask? Well, I continued on, that during meditation, we attempt... Continue Reading →Read more
Meditation: The science, health benefits and the practical tools to help you get started.
Key Points: A growing body of research supports the immediate benefits of meditation, such as reduced stress and anxiety levels, lower blood pressure, and enhanced happiness. Other benefits include improved attention, memory, processing speed, and creativity. Meditation may also help counteract age-related loss of brain volume and increase telomere length. By Meditating for 20... Continue Reading →Read more
Meditation Is A Superpower
In honor of the recently released, Avengers: End Game, I am here to tell you all, there is a Superhero in you! Meditation, often thought of, through the years, as some sort of spiritual new age mumbo jumbo, has recently been explored by the scientific community. Guess what, it is WAY MORE than its often... Continue Reading →Read more