What you eat influences your mind, and, some people think, your meditation. According to a recent pilot study, your diet also influences your mood. Two weeks on a lacto-vegetarian diet made participants in the study happier. Those who continued to eat meat and those who avoided meat but ate fish did not experience this change of mood.
There was one breakthrough in The Times journalist Katie Morris's fight against sleep deprivation: when a fellow insomniac recommended Acem Meditation. "Night-time has never been great for me," the journalist says. But "things are better now".
A friend of mine recently sent me a link to an article from the business magazine Inc., with the title “Sit. Breathe. Be a better leader.” Since she knows that I am a meditator, she asked me: you probably already know this, right?
The article explains how meditation has helped some American leaders to improve life quality and relax, […]
We may often be like a leaf being blown from one activity to another. A regular meditation practice may create a chance to take a break from outward activity and create a sense of order and rootedness.
Old news? Yes, if you have learnt to practice a technique like Acem-meditation. But not if you have no experience with such relaxation techniques.
In the 29 April issue, the Norwegian women´s magazine Kamille writes about how to reduce everyday stress by using different relaxation techniques. The magazine includes a brief […]
Spring is finally upon us. How wonderful to feel that the sun is warming again and see magnolia trees in blossom! It is recognized that nature has an effect on our mood, it can for example be calming when we feel stressed. But can a closer relationship with nature influence our engagement and behaviour in environmental issues?