Inspiring, Celebrating & Promoting Thrivabiity
Scientifically trained, and understanding the proven health benefits of meditation, Judith is also empowered through wearing two hats at the one time.
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Meditation has been scientifically proven effective in reducing stress – a major health issue in modern life – and has other important benefits.
Science is regularly ‘proving’ the benefits of practising meditation, but perhaps the real magic of meditation lies in the unknown.
Perhaps the biggest barrier to meditation is the word itself. Here are five easy ways to find a fulfilling meditation practice that’s right for you.
Wherever there is a hunting camp table, there is a bottle on it. Like other bottles on other tables, some people drink from it and others don’t. Of those who drink, some drink more and some drink less. Many hunters who drink, sit and drink continuously. I have watched them. Like great snakes devouring their own tails, they are slowly devoured by the contents of the bottles they drink from. Every camp, like most families, has at least one drunk and, like most drunks, they know who and what they are.
Over half of the world is lacking in sleep and health authorities have declared sleep deprivation a major health issue as most problems (psychological, emotional, business, interrelationships) directly or indirectly are affiliated with lack of sleep.
Your body has a natural ability to get rid of harmful substances through your organs which include the liver, kidneys, stomach, bowel and the skin. Sometimes the demand on these organs is too much. Your body was not designed to cope with the abundance of toxins that are now part of modern lives.
It’s no secret that our culture is obsessed with pursuing the ‘ideal’ body. Here are some strategies to counter the pressure to conform.
There are things we can do to keep our body healthy and strong, but to have a thriving body we need to have a thriving mind.
Let’s face it, relationship boundaries are a big issue in everyone’s personal life these days. And a lot of us have now had the therapy, completed the mindfulness training and maybe even feel we have a Masters in managing teenagers. Yet at work, healthy boundaries remain tricky. Why?
Corporate ethics define relationships between businesses and their customers – especially when things go wrong. But where do they come from?