Mindful Being Quotes

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Mindful Being Book

Mindful Being Course Quotes

by Nuit

' works with continuous awareness of body, breath; feelings, thoughts, intentions. Our state of mind, our positive or negative attitude towards the world, is closely related to our experiences of happiness or suffering. Mindfulness is awareness of everything that is happening in the moment of 'Now'. Mindfulness is a self development technique that will change the focus of our mind towards happiness.'

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' is continuous undisturbed awareness of the present moment. Fully aware of here, and now, we pay attention to what is happening right in front of us, we set aside our mental and emotional baggage. To be mindful we have to re-train our mind.'

Nuit, Mindful Being Course

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Conscious Parenting Quotes

About Mindful Living for Parents Thursday 26 March 2015 at 06:56 am

Conscious Parenting

Conscious Parenting Quotes

From  Course by Nuit

'We live surrounded by an increasingly complex matrix of impulses allowing strangers of all sorts (TV, media, Internet) interfere in our ’s mental, emotional and spiritual development. Understanding this intricate network and how does the human brain interacts with it is increasingly becoming our door to  and health.'

Conscious Parenting Quote on Children Happiness, Nataša Pantović Nuit

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About True Happiness

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About True Happiness

Aristotel about , Excellence (aretē) and Wellbeing (Eudaimonia)

what is true happiness one loveThe central concept of Aristotel's philosophy is within the words: Eudaimonia (Greek: εὐδαιμονία), that consists of the words 'eu' = good and 'daimōn' = spirit and 'aretē' that is often translated as 'moral' but in reality means 'done with excellence'.

Aristotel in Nicomachean Ethics says '...if any action is well performed it is performed in accord with the appropriate 'excellence': if this is the case, then 'εὐδαιμονία' turns out to be an activity of the soul that is in-tuned with virtue.'

According to Aristotle, 'εὐδαιμονία' (wellbeing or long-term happiness) is achieved when during the life-time a human being achieves healthwealthknowledgefriends and this in turn leads to the perfection of human nature and to the enrichment of human life. For Aristotle, 'εὐδαιμονία' involves activity, exhibiting 'aretē' (excellence) in accordance with reason.

Eudaimonia implies a positive and  state of being that a human being is able to achieve.

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