Are you so busy, with the holidays past you now and new things on the horizon for your new year?
Are you present right now? Not sure what I mean by that? Gently focus on the dot above the i for three deep breaths.
Give yourself the space to be present.
Lets explore the philosophy of yoga and the science of human behavior to help you explore mindful practices and actually do them.
So, what is with 108? – why not 101?
The number 108 is significant for so many reasons.
Its associated with many mindful practices around the world, in many religions, and texts.
Traditionally, malas, or garlands of prayer beads, come as a string of 108 beads
Some believe there are 108 stages on the journey of the human soul, while others associate the possibility of enlightenment with taking only 108 breaths a day, while in deep meditation.
It is seen within Ayurveda and astronomy & there are also 108 double stitches on a baseball
However — but my favorite is the individual numbers 1-0-8 represent: the individual, completeness and infinity…
The meaning of number 108 is also urging you to leave the past behind and just march on towards the future. This is the time to release yourself from the binds that are keeping you from achieving your goals.
With all of this said, let us begin our journey together with
to mindfulness in
Everyones talking about mindfulness..
It’s your abiity to fully appreciate and engage in a moment without comparing it to a past experience
So, why is this important? Because were all too stressed out! We have high blood pressure, depression, and all sorts of addictions. Plus with our smart phones and gadgets, we’re actually training our brain to micro-task, to flit from one thing to another in seconds, and usually not accomplishing much.
Least of all peace, which I’m sure you’d love to have more of in your life.
Mindulness is present-moment awareness without judgement
Really listen, when spoken to. Notice the smell & taste of your food.
for one, two, three………
for one, two, three…….
#001 Let’s get still. Welcome to mindfulosophy! Start by setting an intention. Ask yourself ” What do I want this to bring me?” Think about the best time to build a mindful practice into your routine? What time of day suits you? What will you do right before? Write down a simple ritual that will help tell you brain it’s time to stop and slow down.