Give a Mindfulness Gift to Your Family this Christmas

Mindfulness Exercise: Ten Tiny Changes Saturday 10 December 2016 at 7:03 pm

Mindfulness Gift: Ten Tiny Changes

Conscious Relationships and

mindfulness gift: train unconditional love

Give your family something special this Christmas, give them a mindfulness gift especially designed to strengthen the connection within your loved ones while sharing your heart, your time, your positive intentions and enriching your life-style.

Introduce ten tiny changes within your relationship world, making a  effort to create some special time with your family and friends changing some of your sub-conscious behavior patterns, nasty habits and uni-conscious fights.

First of all try to remember and note down 10 particular habits that occur within your relationship world with your parents, siblings, friends or with your partner.

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Self Improvement Training Tools

Mindfulness through Alchemy of Love Tuesday 29 November 2016 at 3:32 pm

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Halloween Spiritual Practices

Halloween Spiritual Practices From Around the World Friday 04 November 2016 at 12:17 pm

Spiritual Symbols and Signs

Halloween Spiritual Practices

Have you ever wondered why do we get so exited around this time of the year, dress into skeletons and run around streets in a search of red lanterns and hollow pumpkins, screaming seeing dead men walking, witches laughing, demons trembling and the sick bleeding.

Halloween spiritual practices

The dead, the sick, the ghosts symbolically exit their graves and enter the world of living in the shape of masks walking aimless through the streets. All the cultures at all ages gave their due respect to death, to ancestors, or are scared of the consequences if they do not.

Both early Buddhists and the Indians burn the bodies of their dead so that the does not linger around the body for too long. After death, preparing the dead for the funeral fire, the Lamas (monks) chant for hours to help the soul leave the body. It is believed that for the first 4 days the dead person is not even aware that he or she is dead. During the ‘departure’, the person sees and feels all that they have ever done during their life time. It is believed that a spiritual practitioner will have no fear nor regrets at the time of death and will die in a state of peace.

Halloween Spiritual Practices: respecting ancestors flowers graveyard
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