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Meditation in action is a concept put forward by Buddhist meditation master and author Chögyam Trungpa. In his 1969 book, Meditation in Action, he talked about the ways in which one can meditate while remaining active. If this sounds something that you can get behind, then we recommend a retreat where you will learn more about this meditation style from some of the best teachers out there. Book your spot on a meditation in action retreat and follow the path that was meant for you!
One of the strangest habits of human beings is to separate the physical from the psychological. We’ll focus on either one or the other, and fill our lives with stress and tension as we wonder why we always feel so tired and achy.
Our vacations are almost a sacred thing to us. We dream about them months in advance, longing for that moment when we’ll finally get to rest and let go of worries for a while as we lounge somewhere, drink in hand, mind full of happy indulgence.
A healthy brain is absolutely vital for good brain function and to fight off mental illnesses. The best way to attain it is by increasing blood flow to the brain.
With improved blood flow, you can see a rapid improvement in executive functions such as focus, cognition and acuity, willpower, better control over emotions, and most important of all, sharpened short and long-term memory.
Choice. It is a powerful word, one that places its commander at the helm of the ship. We often hear people say: “I do not have a choice.” “I have to do this.” “I have to do that.” These statements are dangerous because they plant the seeds for so much stress in our world.