The One Solution that Fixes All Problems
September 7, 2017
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The One Solution that Fixes All Problems


The one solution that fixes all problems does not exist. Yes, it doesn’t. The sooner we recognise this fact, the better we can be living our lives.

In Mindfulness we learn to accept facts as they are. In fact the function of knowledge is present a piece of information as it is without altering the object. One of the definitions of mindfulness is to constantly 'recollect the nature of realities'.

Just In Case
September 5, 2017
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Just In Case


A forthcoming transcontinental move; the inheritance of a flat where items had accumulated over several decades; and the sale of a house which had to be completely emptied, forced me to re-evaluate my usual, hereditary,foresightful attitude towards objects: the 'just in case' strategy could no longer justify me holding onto a plethora of items, which one day might (or might not) prove useful. Over the years and in several locations worldwide, I had ended up becoming submerged by unused or rotting things from the bottomless pit of possibilities never actualised.

How to Measure Your Success in Mindfulness
June 8, 2017
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How to Measure Your Success in Mindfulness


With the increasing the research and experiments with Mindfulness practices, people tend to also want to measure their progress in Mindfulness. This is also very popular among people I have met in Yoga circles. People assume that a 50 minute meditation practice is better than a 5 minute practice. The longer you are in meditation, the greater you are. 

Being Mindful
April 21, 2017
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Being Mindful


The first steps towards being mindful is to bring Intention, Attention and Attitude into our lives. These are three core principles of Mindfulness. These three aspects can be cultivated through the very practice of Mindfulness daily, if that works for you. Interestingly, these three aspects are both the fruits of practice and the foundation for consistent practice.

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