Improving Outlook in Life Through Meditation
Some people might think that those who have a comfortable lifestyle are the only ones who can have a positive frame of mind.
However, this is not always true.
An optimistic point of view can still be achieved, even if you are faced with various types of challenges. You can do this by having an open-minded disposition even in hopeless scenarios.
Contemporary and Alternative Methods for Dealing with Cancer
Having a malignant neoplasm within your body can be quite a challenge, to say the least.
You usually have to visit a doctor, go through chemotherapy sessions and take various medicines all on a regular basis.
Truly, such a life can be pretty tough.
Fortunately, there are several ways that can make the endeavour a lot less straining, not only on your body, but also on your heart and mind.
Challenges Along the Way
“Choose always the way that seems the best, however rough it may be; custom will soon render it easy and agreeable” – Pythagoras.
We all have our own story that has made us… us!
And no doubt, it has not been all smooth sailing.
Though often uncomfortable, much growth has come as a result of the insights gained through our personal and professional obstacles.
Marry Left and Right Modes of your Brain
Using both modes of thinking;
“The greatest scientists are artists as well” ― Albert Einstein
Left mode and right mode designate two ways of knowing and seeing – the verbal, analytical mode and the visual, perceptual mode – no matter where they are located in the individual brain.
Left mode is a step-by-step style of thinking, using words, numbers and other symbols.
There has been a huge volume of scientific research conducted into the effects of meditation over the last 30 years
These include the measurement of brain activity during meditation, effects on stress, health and aging and many more.
The vast amount of research indicates that there are substantial, measurable effects on the brain (and body) that result from meditation practices.
What is Spirituality?
Spirituality is how you understand your place in, and your relationship to the world around you – and your own inner world.
It can be defined and expressed in a wide range of ways.
This can be individual or be a shared experience through a group, an organisation, a religion, practice or a culture.
Death is simply a transition from one state of consciousness to another; however we seldom talk about it during our lives nor how we often prepare for that transition.
In the West particularly we do not explore the notion of death, unless we have a direct experience of it, either through a loved one or indeed ourselves, having to face our own mortality.
Some resources and links that may assist you. Keep your eye on this page for further updates
- Creativity Resources
- Meditation Resources
- Brain Research
- Philanthropy and Vision for the future Coaching