15 days / 14 nights
India is definitely one of the most ideal places to practice meditation. It's only a matter of choosing what type of background you want for your meditation retreat. In Dharamsala, it's all about mountains, forests, and lakes. It couldn't get any more peaceful than that. Amidst such beautiful natural surroundings, each session will bring out a renewed sense of being. So, head out for a Dharamsala meditation holiday and reach a whole new level of serenity!
Today’s workplace environment has taken on a dramatic change for the better. The age of the “Digital Nomad” has come and many millennials are ditching the average 9-5 routine for careers that give way for more flexibility and freedom.
Personally, I don’t get why every working space doesn’t already have a meditation zone. To me, it makes perfect sense for offices to set up meditation spaces and encourage (if not demand) everybody to take advantage of them. The health and productivity benefits that they would get would more than make up for the space cost. Unfortunately, that’s not how things are right now.
I must admit that I didn’t really know much about mindfulness until I started doing social media for BookMeditationRetreats.com. In my day to day job, I get to read quite a bit about it, going through articles I schedule on our social platforms. And while the concept slowly became familiar, practicing it, not so much. Sure, I’d go hiking and I would immediately become more aware of my surroundings but only because I’ve always loved hiking. Same for traveling and exploring new places. But being aware when it comes to my daily routine, let’s just not talk about that.
Meditation is good for the mind, body, and soul. It frees you from negative thoughts and emotions, which might prevent you from living and appreciating a happy life. This is why wellness practitioners and experts recommend that you practice meditation techniques. They believe that meditation helps bring balance and peace to those who live by it.