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Is Mindfulness for You?

An Honest Look into a Mindfulness Journey

Esoteric teachings of Golden Citizens of Ancient Greece

Why do you think this magic word ‘’ lights up so many fires? Hearing the word we beautifully connect to the care-takers of this world, the carriers of the ancient spiritual practices, the of the soul. We hope to enter the magic dance between the world of energy and the world of matter.

European Mindfulness and meditation journey

Promises of Mindfulness

The conscious relationships, change of diets, conscious or mindful living, the balance with ourselves and Nature that creates the transformation within the body, mind and  live as the highest potential promise within all of us. 

Listen to your soul spiritual journey

Is it our for  or the question: How does the mind heal the body? or How to tap into the endless Divine Potential that excites our minds or is it a purely selfish quest: towards more , more Enjoyment, more Fulfilment?. It makes one wonder where does this quest come from? Could it be the religions' eternal promise woven into our sub-conscious mind or a conscious manipulation of all the beings on this planet who wish to capitalise on our Hedonism?

The road to mindfulness promises practitioners that they can finally live their lives ‘enlightened’ without ‘worries’, ‘troubles’, or ‘struggles’. OMG what a tall order! If you are into quick fixes, the magic wonders of fast food, taking pills to improve your IQ, the work with Mindfulness will probably not be your cup of tea.

Researching Mindfulness

Mindfulness and  has become a subject of many studies. Via a variety of techniques, mindfulness allows us to be more aware of our cognitive processes, our thinking and feeling, and therefore improve our emotioanl intelligence and maintain a calmer perspective. Psychologists and neuroscientists from Oxford and University College London plan to recruit children aged 11 to 16 from 76 secondary schools as part of a seven-year study. They wish to test some of the claims about the power of mindfulness meditation to tackle increased stress among the students.

Mindfulness and Religions

Does Mindfulness belong to a religion? Yes, to all of them. Each of the world's religions use spiritual tools such as: meditationprayerdevotional singingpracticing compassion to reach PeaceLove and Bliss. Claiming supremacy over the tools and monopolising such wonderful experiences led to the major holocausts of humanity, burning books of ancient philosophers, and the huge distortion of the Truth

The power thirsty humanity hid the  Essence behind the racism, false spiritual sovereignty, inequality, the destruction of all the other Beings on Earth, behind the sentence: ‘There is only one road to the Truth.’ 

Mindfulness Journey as a Self-Development Journey

"Excellence is never an accident it is always the result of high intention sincere effort and intelligent execution it represents the wise choice" Aristotle

self development blessing

The  journey is a beautiful life-long journey. It takes an effort to be commitment to the beauty of life and a courage to fall in love with practitioners of this amazing wisdom. We call them yogis, sages, poets, and feel inspired by their words. Yet, a word of warning, Mindfulness cannot be learned but only inspired.

Will it be your Hedonism or your love for  to push you into the hands of 4 directions of the world is probably irrelevant, the tools have existed since the beginning of time available for all to practice but the true magic is always within the heart of the alchemist himself.

Nataša Pantović: ‘I meditate in an attempt to recall my dreams’

Maltese-Serbian novelist Nataša Pantović tells all in our Q&A

An Excerpt from Malta Today Interview with Nataša

Nataša Pantović is a Maltese-Serbian novelist, management consultant, adoptive parent, and ‘ancient worlds explorer’ based in Malta. Ama: Playing the Glass Bead Game with Pythagoras and other books by Pantović can be purchased on Amazon.

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

Meditate in an attempt to recall my dreams. A dream diary is the most beautiful technique I’ve learned from Jung – he understood dreams to be messages from the unconscious, and through his own self-analysis, containing imagery that illustrates our internal soul “messaging” system.

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

My dad, who had a PhD in law, used to discuss ancient philosophers with me, introducing me to Aristotle’s ‘eudaimonia’ - the “long-term happiness” that achieved throughout a lifetime when human beings achieve health, wealth, knowledge, friends and this in turn leads to the perfection of human nature...

What do you never leave the house without?

A book or a note-book...

Pick three words that describe yourself

“Arche”, “Logos”, and “Harmonia”.

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement?

I could morph into a dolphin…

What is your guiltiest pleasure?

Reading the Babylon stories written in 2,500 BC. Researching Ancient Greek, Chinese and Egyptian characters or Akkadian that symbolically narrate the stories of advanced civilizations of 2,500 BC. Discovering “real” history or how I call it “playing the glass bead game with Pythagoras”.

What is the most important lesson life has taught you?

I “jumped” into the role of parenting, adopting as a single mother, two instead of one kid (as originally planned) even though I had no husband to support me within this journey. The madness of my little “mission” left me at home, babysitting and writing books, one after the other, since my creative flow kept overpowering me.

Property and cars aside what’s the most expensive thing you’ve ever bought?

Leonardo da Vinci’s A3 size Complete Book of Art.

What is one thing you wish you knew when you were younger?

Music, one thing I did not get as a gift from my parents. Perhaps I will be reborn as a musician.

Who’s your inspiration?

Giordano Bruno, Herman Hesse, and Tolstoy.

What has been your biggest challenge?

Original thinking. Any author’s dream is to be able to play the audience like a conductor does an orchestra. Take it onto a journey.

If you weren’t an ‘Ancient Worlds Consciousness Researcher’ what would you be doing?    

I have already hugged a 3,000-years-old Maori tree in New Zealand and crossed the Savanah on foot and slept in the deserts of Africa, and climbed the hills of Nepal, danced barefoot under starry nights… so not researching, assuming the kids are no longer in need of my support, would probably take me back to exploring Serbian hills...

Do you believe in God?

As a dynamic, Orphic, hermaphrodite Universe of Consciousness, Yin and Yang manifestations... then yes.

If you could have dinner with any person, dead or alive, who would it be?

The full cast of Ama, my fiction book: the bat, who is also a story-teller, Pythagoras, who I (as a writer) meet jumping through a universal consciousness portal, Ama, the Kenyan goddess who meets the philosophers in her coffee house, Father Benedict, an Orthodox priest, her father Ottavio who is an alchemist… wow, what a party!

What’s your worst habit?

Never ending my stories. I was re-writing A-Ma for long 10 years. The issue of white supremacy, the institutional racism, female vs. male conflict, the East vs. West struggle, the Yin vs. Yang or Dogs vs. Cats, it is a story repeated over and over again.  If you are a reader, you probably get one masterpiece a year, a book that is a must read, and as an educated audience, you are deeply grateful to be holding this type of a book in your hands, but it still does not change your life. How many books have changed your life? Will a book be read in 30 years? Will my book be read in 30 years?

What are you like when you’re drunk?

I have never ever been drunk. Can you believe this? I also do not take any medication...

Who would you have play you in a film?

I wouldn’t have me “played” in a film. But I would have my daughter play Ama...

What is the trait you most deplore in others?

Conscious and sub-conscious abuse of one’s own body or mind or emotions... I feel deep sorrow when people abuse the gift of life.

What music would you have played at your funeral?

Jamming jazz by all participants.

Mindfulness Training and Time for Exercises

Why European Mindfulness?

In European Mindfulness process we are connecting our individual stories with collective story bringing to our senses this model of collaboration in which we all have equal voice, even goals.

According to Greek creation myths Chaos (Greek: χάος, khaos) is the initial "gap" created by the original separation of heaven and earth. This disorder is beginning of creation, place to search for inspiration.

In modern world Chaos is a gap in creativity, disharmony between science and art, rational and irrational, the world of reason and the world of emotions, the gap we are trying to bridge, to unite by our organization.

Why European Mindfulness?

Variety of religious and spiritual movements, such as Yoga, or the New Thought use “mindfulness” for spiritual growth and development. Such an ancient concept in Europe, an innate quality known in Ancient Greece as “Pure Reason” or with Egyptians as “heart-mind” or “Intelligence of the Heart” going back to Ancient Egyptian Babylon’s philosophy, or Ancient Greek Plato’s Soul’s Eye that is purified “for it is by it alone that we contemplate the truth.”, the naming of God’s idea of Pythagoras Music of the Spheres, the mystical practices of Balkan’s Slavs, or Ancient Maltese or Cyprus, or Olimp temple worshipping rituals. In her NET TV Interview inside the above Video, Nataša Pantović explains how from the point of view of psychology, meditation induces altered states of consciousness.

Learning Mindfulness gives one a gift of experiencing Life fully

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