Andy Gibson posted a note on 17 November 2008 - 12:21am.
I realised this week that I have started:
1) a website to promote curiosity and learning;
2) a consultancy advising people on harnessing human sociability; and
3) a campaign to help people be more conscious of how to manage their minds.
And so now I:
1) have no time to learn anything;
2) never see my friends; and
3) am really stressed.
The irony of this is not lost on me.
Andy Gibson posted a link on 11 November 2008 - 12:09pm.
My friend Gavin runs this great service that runs workshops in 'digital health' and provides tools to help people have more positive and productive relationships with technology. I may need to book myself an appointment...
Andy Gibson posted a link on 11 November 2008 - 12:04pm.
What's the mental health equivalent of five-a-day? Take the test and decide for yourself what *you* can do to manage your mind.
Andy Gibson posted a note on 1 November 2008 - 12:07pm.
I've been thinking a lot about my relationship with technology lately, which is a big deal for someone in my line of work. In particular I've really been struggling to keep up with my level of incoming mail. Every day my inboxes are fuller than the day before. I hate being rude to people, and e-mail seems to be the quickest way to stack up uncompleted tasks. (And don't even get me started on Facebook.)
We all find that some days seem harder than others, its times like these we benefit from Meditation. I know that a busy life style can seem to leave us no time at all, so we tend to neglect our peace of mind and spirit.
So, how about giving yourself that peace, focus on yourself for half an hour. Meditation and quite contemplation is fantastic for lifting our mood and will also help us see with clarity. Maybe, even answer a few questions we have.
When all is said and done looking after our mind and spirit is a way of showing ourselves unconditional love.
Earth peace meditation technique, monthly group meeting,
Facebook community page
Upcoming meditation sessions in the local area are listed here. You may need to sign up to rsvp to the events.
Fiona Gray posted a link on 12 March 2012 - 9:35am.
A free resource for anyone who is interested in personal development, growth and wellbeing - a safe place to reflect on life's challenges and regain your strength. An honest look at what we go through in life, what it teaches us and how to live consciously and confidently.
Susan Angel posted a video on 10 January 2012 - 10:03am.
10 Minutes of bliss!
Hope you enjoy :)
someone posted a link on 19 July 2011 - 6:58am.
“Open Intelligence: Changing the Definition of Human Identity”
Balanced View is a global community and movement of mutual support for empowerment of open intelligence and its beneficial qualities and activities of mind, speech and body.
This short video shows a simple and quick way of using light finger tapping around the eyes for eye health, relaxation & stress release. Can be part of a natural face lift routine. Done at a table or desk at work during a revitalising break. Part of a balanced life-work lifestyle.
FeelGoodZone is for those seeking a change of lifestyle and improved sleep. Sleep Well & Live Well consultations for life-work balance.
This short video demonstrates a simple and quick way to apply acupressure massage around the eyes for eye health, relaxation and stress release, helps to feel more awake and refreshed. Easily practised at a table or desk as a mini break inbetween work, a coffee break or at the end of the day. You could use it as part of a natural face lift sequence. FeelGoodZone is for those seeking a change of lifestyle and improved sleep. Sleep Well & Live Well consultations.
Howto & Style
BedErcises (TM of Linzi Martin) demonstrates and explains a series of simple whole body stretches, toning exercises and hand/head massage that you do in bed to start the day feeling more refreshed.
A short instructional style and lighthearted look at how we can start the day with practising some easy stretches and self massage, to refresh the body and mind. All this without even leaving the comfort of our bed.
Tai Chi Qi Gong also spelt using Ki or Chi Kung is a popular healthful exercise practiced throughout the world. It is ideally suited for people of all abilities and ages as it is gentle on the joints yet still lightly aerobic.
This abridged sequence - demonstrated at a slightly faster speed, with less repetitions for some movements and without the full Qi Gong mode Wuji stance set up, still provides an idea of what to expect when learning Shibashi Tai Chi Qi Gong.
A short podcast on the benefits of meditation
You need to know how strategy-execution approach works? Gerard talks about it on is blog! Check it.
Gerard O'Donovan shares you something about focus and how it will help you. Find it out.
Videos explaining about meditation and its benefits.
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