What is mindfulness? With the growth of mindfulness meditation as an intervention for stress, anxiety, depression, pain and many other common ailments, this is quickly becoming a big question arising all over North America. Read More
“Journaling is the practice of self-discovery by writing to yourself” ~ Chade Meng Tan (Google) Read More
Providing just a few minutes of simple reflection at anytime in the day can radically transform the quality of our day to day living. Very rarely do we provide ourselves the opportunity in our busy schedules to sit back and reflect on how lucky we really are. Read More
How to control anger… in any situation? Here is a light approach to this very heavy subject exploring 3 simple steps on how to control anger – starting with a recent run in with our provincial police… Read More
Communication, especially when it is effective and meaningful, is one of the most important elements of success in life. It is incredible how little (if any) training is provided to develop skills for effective communication.
The realities of today’s fast paced life isn’t a secret. We get out of bed and without a chance to be aware of what we’re doing we jump into the race against time to get out the door – racing through emails, zipping through the bathroom, piecing together the kids, dashing through breakfast…makes it seem like the perfect day is out of reach. Read More
Wisdom 2 conference (Wisdom 2.0) is a revolutionary gathering of the top companies in Silicon Valley; Google, Zynga, Twitter, Facebook and more, with the top leaders in contemplative science. The goal is to infuse and spread a wiser way of being into our technology driven fast paced lives, both in the workplace and at home. Read More
You are Crazy busy. You get a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach when you see your to-do list. There’s no way you can possibly get everything done to everyone’s satisfaction. And where on that list does it say to take time for yourself? As if you had time for that! Read More
It takes a special kind of leader to take a team from being good to a state of greatness. These “Level 5 Leaders” as illustrated in the book Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Others Don’t are integral for the future success of how we interact with each other, at work and at home.
The Zen meditation approach is a great introductory experience to meditation. With this brief overview along with the simple 10 step process, you’ll be on your way to cultivating resilience, clarity and relaxation.