When I was about 17 I read Being Peace by Thich Nhat Hahn and Be Here Now by Ram Dass. These books were exactly the sustenance I craved to make sense of my confusing teenage existence. I am thankful that they led me to yoga, meditation and mindfulness, and shifted my world view at a young age.Read More
When your unhealthy habits are insignificant in comparison to your deep desire to be mentally, spiritually and physically healthy, I believe you are practicing mindfulness. It is a knowing that you are worthy of a heathy lifestyle and in believing so, you understand that practicing meditation, yoga and healthy eating is required on a daily basis.Read More
After reading a paragraph, I was sucked in and didn't want to the put the book down. Titled “The Primal Blueprint,” I was immediately immersed in a whole new world of health.Read More
Mindfulness is hard to describe because it’s more of an approach to life than one individual thing. As a child I remember having an overwhelming amount of stress and pressure.Read More
What is mindfulness?
Mindfulness is awareness, paying attention to the present moment on purpose without judgment. We become impartial observers of our minds and environment.