A time for everything...

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A time for everything...

After reading this article on Mindfulness by Dan Hurley, recently published in Time Magazine, caused me to step back, so to say. The concept of comparing apples to oranges came to mind... actually more like comparing apples to wing-nuts. Mindfulness is Mindfulness. Meditation is Meditation. Being spaced out (letting the mind run amuck like a squirrel chasing a nut and BEING the nut) is being spaced out. And performing an activity that requires total focus is no time to be particularly Mindful (unless you're stressed and you remember to BREATHE), nor is it time to be Meditating or spacing out. Duh. Thanks for the most appropeau final paragraph in your article, Dan... Glad someone agrees there's a time for everything... and thanks to Gautama Buddha who taught us everything has it's time...

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The mind is the ultimate frontier

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The mind is the ultimate frontier

Your mind is incredible, and the brain is often compared to a bio-computer of sorts. Saying it's a computer, or even just behaves like a computer, is however, probably the biggest understatement of the century: Science has now proven that the mind has much control over the body in terms of health and longevity, and over our destinies in terms of wealth, success and prosperity. It’s so much a reality that it seems that believing in external factors only would be akin to believing the earth is flat. Still, what we’ve discovered so far is merely the very tip of the iceberg when it comes to the range and scope of the mind’s potential.

On April 2, 2013, at the White House, President Obama unveiled the “BRAIN” Initiative—a bold new research effort to revolutionize our understanding of the human mind...

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Workplace Meditation

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Workplace Meditation

Countless companies around the world now offer mediation workshops to their employees and continue to encourage employees to meditate regularly - during business hours. Here's a few reasons why...

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Quiet your mind... Ignite your soul!

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Quiet your mind... Ignite your soul!

If you haven't read through the comprehensive list of what meditation can do for you in the "Why meditate?" section of our website, here's a few reasons why starting a meditation practice this year could make all the difference for you in 2014...

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Why meditate?

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Why meditate?

It's been scientifically proven: that people who meditate are healthier, happier, and greater contributing members of society in general. They have better physical stamina, a better immune system, a lower heart rate, and heal 4 x faster, no matter what wellness initiative they undertake...

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