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Here are Mark Van Buren's top five meditation tips for surviving the Coronapocalypse: Attention Bring complete attention to your body and mind in this moment. If you’re not paying attention then you may be taken over by unhealthy, unhelpful thoughts and emotions flowing through your heart and mind. Worries, fears, frustrations, and anxieties will come and go during these crazy ...

Most of us are aware that mindfulness can be a highly therapeutic tool that allows people to overcome daily stresses. Did you know, however, that mindfulness is particularly beneficial for older adults? A Fresh Approach to Ageing In recent years, academics have explored how mindfulness can positively benefit older adults. This has led to the development of a new practice ...

The year 2020 will go down in history as the year of unprecedented stillness. In the midst of what we consider inconvenience and massive disruption is a gift. Many of us have never known in our lifetime a time when the world experienced stillness on one accord. Of course we don’t want to see or experience sickness, death or economic ...

Managing mental health is critical, especially during difficult times. Right now we are in a challenging situation that is naturally very stressful and uncertain, and therefore, anxiety provoking. Many people may feel overwhelmed and fearful about what is going on, and everyone has been asked to make changes to their daily routines so that we can collectively overcome coronavirus. Although ...

Meditation is an amazing way to achieve so many wonderful things: reduce stress levels, get more in touch with yourself, learn to tune out negative thoughts, become more productive, and in general, gain a different perspective on life. However, when life throws you a curveball, you might suddenly find it difficult to meditate. Or, if you’ve never tried it before, ...

Thinking of my meditative journey often leads to thinking of my Mom and how she struggled with fear, anxiety and depression most of her life, all while doing all she was able to do for others.  I say “able” because when you live in fear every step is a push. It prevents you from doing what you desire but every ...

Instagram? Check. Snapchat? Checked, again. Facebook? Not much happens on there anymore, but let’s check it anyway. Emails? Now I’m really getting desperate.  Did you know that 16-24 year olds have an average of 8.7 social media accounts, according to the latest statistics (1)? It’s no wonder that when a task calls for our attention, our own need for attention ...

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