Best Mindfulness Quotes of All Times (read the 6th each morning!)

enter Mindfulness is one of the greatest blessings one can have. Being aware of the moment and truly live in the present is a gift. To some people it comes naturally while others have to learn it and practice it regularly before being mindful becomes second nature.  I personally love Zen sayings and mindfulness quotes as they always bring me back to the right mindset.  Here are my favourite ones. Hope you will like them, too! For the 50 best adventure and travel quotes, check out this one and for lot’s of quote posters, check out my etsy here and here.   20 Best Mindfulness Quotes of all Times 1. “When you realize nothing is lacking, the whole world belongs to you.”  Lao Tzu 2.  “The time is now.” Zen Quote 3. “If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.” Amit Ray 4. “It’s only when we truly know and understand that we…

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Introduction to the 7 Different Chakras: The Crown Chakra

click here Crown Chakra (ake Sahasrara) Element-Inner Light Crown Chakra Affirmation: “I trust my inner knowing to guide me through life. All people in my life are here to teach me something about myself, so that I can grow. I trust that everything happens for a reason and that what I do makes a difference. I am balanced between Heaven and Earth and all areas of my life are in balance too.” The crown chakra is the last chakra of seven and is based on the top of your head. Sahasrara represents the 1000 petals in the crown chakra symbol. In numerology, 1000 equates to 1, a number that represent strength in leadership and will power. The crown chakra is associated with our brain and nervous system. The crown chakra is our connection to our soul and all things spiritual. A disconnection from the crown chakra has a strong influence on your feeling of belonging. You can feel like you are stuck…

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Happiness is here and now

purchase Methocarbamol We know, some days we are just absolutely not motivated whatsoever… So, I thought why not pull together a little list to motivate and to get you thinking.. So, here we go, read below, get inspired, reflect on your lives, be grateful for where you are, see the beauty in every single moment! A Dose of Happiness For Today “Happiness is here and now.” This is a typical Zen quote given its importance of the present moment. You live now! So stop dwelling in the past, regretting things you cannot change or worrying about the future. Lao Tzu has put this really wisely: “If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present.” So let go and truly live in this moment and appreciate everything around you! “Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” Do things and do…

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Let go. Be free.

Let go. There is nothing you need that you don’t already have. You are exactly where you should be. Everything is as it should be. Everything is as it is. It just is. Let it be. Let go of it. Hold on to nothing and you will have everything. Breath in. Breath out. Be in this very moment. Feel it. Be free.  

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Meditation Tips for Beginners: Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness meditation is an infusion of concentration and open awareness which is essential in overcoming suffering and seeing the wisdom within us. This practice doesn’t ask you to be different from who you are. Instead it allows you to become more aware of truth on a moment to moment basis. It trains our mind and being to be present with whatever is happening in us. Mindfulness meditation is connected to the Buddhist practice of Vipassana, also known as “insight meditation.” Similar to concentrative meditation in that you focus on an object like the breath, your thoughts and feelings or sounds. It is a broader spectrum to mindfulness meditation however, as you can do this practice during eating, walking or house work. With this practice, you will learn to be mindful of everything happening within you. You can accept your emotions, thoughts and sensations without judgment and be in the moment. Even when you’re not meditating, you will find yourself paying…

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