All posts filed under: Give to Others

List Luvin

Back to the whimsical mindful worship of listing, Mediate upon your own colour of unique. Banish the ego, go with truth, listen and observe the inner you and values. Who is your heroine/hero that has made you who you are today that is non-famous? Who is your heroine/hero that has made you who you are today that is famous? How do you feel about life, love, the universe and everything (crazy long I know)? If you had no obstacles in front of you what would you do and why? What is the #1 thing on your bucket list? If you could go up and do something nice for a random stranger what would it be? How do you think people see you? What do you think people would say about you if asked? How do you perceive yourself? What are your 3 favorite things about yourself (can be physical or non-physical)? Advertisements

Living in a way that fosters soulfulness

Being on a continuum to personally reflect upon my moral behaviour I have delved back into the back bone theories that foster soulfuless to the self alone. Niyama is one of the holy limbs of moral behaviour to oneself in yoga, a code for living a way that fosters the soulfulness of the individual through choices made. Whilst I am no self proclaimed bearer of light yogi it is with warmth I receive and blend this guideline and self reflective practice with heart into my own and family of little peoples’ lives and mantras. Being  the bones of good health and substanance for self survival at most in times of bewilderment and trial; gifting the wings we often crave. Listed as five processes of unbinding ideas to becoming sincere in a wish to grew and foster great soulfulness in a living moral code for checking in on your self practice. Śauca: purity, clearness of mind, speech and body Santoṣa: contentment, acceptance of others and of one’s circumstances as they are, optimism for self Tapas: persistent meditation, perseverance, …

Exhaustion walkway

A beautiful gem of creative word – Step off of the walkway, can you connect with yourself? By Lillian Cunningham October 3, 2012 In her latest book, Daring Greatly , University of Houston professor Brené Brown explores how vulnerability—the subject of her research and popular Ted talks—ultimately leads to a more deeply fulfilling professional and personal life. In this edited transcript of our conversation, Brown shares her thoughts and research on how today’s workplace too often hinders that pursuit. One of the experiences you write about in your book is “the burden of not getting enough done.” I take it this resonates with a lot of people who, despite answering emails at 3 a.m., perpetually feel that they are somehow always behind. I have really seen that more in the past two years than any other time in my work. And I think it’s a combination of technology and the economic realities, where so many people are doing more than one job. It’s the whole adage of doing more with less. To be really honest …

Psyched about Spring, Kindness and Mojo

Today we awake to a new journey, the one of the green fertile, its spring! Let this be the fertile beginnings for all your aspirations.  You have energy to allow your mind to wander where you wish. Banishing negativity, changing your life with simple practices that give honoured  commitment to you. Gaining and maintaining control of your thoughts and habits, becoming the master and keeper of you. There many be new relationships, life changes, exploration of new adventures, new love for oneself and not necessarily another. Let spring be the fountain of your fertility, creativity and strength.  By planning those new adventures, stepping out in faith for dreams that make you yearn for the unknown and finding new unchartered paths for your life. Give yourself a personal spring mantra, like a magnet to rehome to. Pulling back power, silencing the noise of winter, hearing your own heart and creating words that web creatively into your life. ‘I love you forever’ ‘May we always be connected in our traveling journeys’ ‘Dream big in the moonlight’ ‘Blessed’ ‘Allow …

Compassion for self

“A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” ~ Albert Einstein

Fuel your Mojo Beacon

Midst mindfulness research sourced a great feed from Hey Sigmund; advice well heeded to spread out the great wings. The difference between reaching a goal or not is having the motivation to stay with it during the tough times – and there’ll be more than one tough time along the way. If only the motivation and energy that was around at the start of the adventure stayed all the way through. What happens instead is that at the times it’s needed most – times of self-doubt, stumbles, distractions – motivation hits the floor, which is no place for motivation to be. Almost all goals will be reached eventually. It’s a matter of motivation and how hard you can push through the tough times. Here’s what science can tell us about keeping motivated and on track to putting something brilliant into the world that wouldn’t be there without you. Start small This is critical. Have small, workable goals that are easy to achieve. Want to run 8km? Start with 1km straight, or 2, or maybe 4. Want …

Quote of the day

Curvy Women are real women. Skinny women are real women. Women who have had boob jobs or lip enhancements or liposuction are STILL real women. Size 0 may make no sense mathematically, but a woman who wears that size is as real as the one who wears a size 16. What makes us ‘real’ people is not the shape of our flesh but our basic humanity. And we lose our humanity when we judge – not when we lose weight, gain weight, or make the intensely personal decision to undergo Cosmetic Surgery. ~ Hugo Schwyzer

Signs that you understand passion

Here I often reflect and procrastinate for hours on kindness, calm, peace, tranquility and equal share. this has spread out to my career and my lifes direction. I no longer find myself hell bent on stress, regret, anger or fear. I feel comfortable with my goals, seeing them as passions that i have created that I wish to pursue. self creativity and nurture for me is my career. so waking up to find this great few prompts today in my inbox reminded me that work doesnt have to be thought of as career, work to me is myself. To constantly stay intune with me and those I love. Work to me is health, wellbeing and fitness. Balance of all three and having an open mind constantly mind to share, to own and to learn ~ blissed out on life now and list lovin. “Being in your Element is not only a question of natural aptitude. Being in your element needs something more – passion. People who are in their Element take a deep delight and …

20 March 2015 International Happiness Day

We are positively in love with a website we have found at project happiness, which ties in beautifully with International Happiness day – go spread your wings investigate and have a good old read of this awesome editorial thanks to  huffington post. This UN International Day of Happiness, it is exciting to see the world mobilizing on behalf of happiness. From government-wide programs to flash mob celebrations, it’s clear that the world has clued into well-being as a basic human right. Sounds good… but what kind of happiness are we talking about? This definition is not about simply seeking pleasure without meaning, nor is happiness just about getting more stuff. Yes, campaigns that focus our mind (and money) on temporary external fixes are everywhere – suggesting that to be accepted, respected and to belong, you need to own the next phone, toy or lipstick. But what if the happiness we seek is right here, right now, in our own hands, hearts, and in the habits we bring into daily life? This kind of happiness is …