On our life's journey we have hopes and dreams and visions of what we wish to achieve. From early childhood we are encouraged to have a purpose, set goals and work to achieve them. Many factors contribute to successful achievement.
One of the most important and urgent issues of our time is the waste produced in our society. Thoughtless and mindless consumerism and materialism has led to this problem.
'As I think so I am'. This has been quoted often in recent times when it comes to learning about and understanding Human Consciousness.
Everyone, it seems is focused on getting physically fit. We have mountains of information on diets, exercise and wellness regimes, all claiming to get us fit and free of fatigue.
Taking responsibility for our thoughts, words and actions is a mark of maturity. How does the concept of guilt play into this?
Most of us spend a considerable amount of our day complaining about something or someone. In today's high-pressured and stress-inducing society, we don't have to look far for something to complain about.
The ancient Chinese practice of Feng Shui translates as Wind-Water. It promotes good energy or Chi in one's outer environment and thereby influences good health.
We usually associate Wisdom as an activity of the Mind. Through practices such as meditation and yoga, we hope to elevate our thinking and acquire Wisdom.
It is helpful to stop during our busy day and ask ourselves, 'Am I Striving or am I Thriving?' Maybe I need to change my attitude from rigidity to