WARNING: LIVING IN THE MODERN WORLD IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH. Twenty-first century living should come with a government health warning. Published research that has analysed the way we live in the western world highlights the hidden dangers in the lifestyle that we take for granted. The sedentary life of the couch potato. Junk food. … Continue reading Minimalism: So, you want to save the world?
Pulling our own strings: The mindful art of undoing prejudice.
Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future and renders the present inaccessible. Maya Angelou What is the biggest thing that stops people from living their lives in the present moment? Fear - and we must learn how to overcome fear. Brian Weiss Living in the moment and being preoccupied with our … Continue reading Pulling our own strings: The mindful art of undoing prejudice.
Living Deliberately: wearing expertise lightly.
There is a fluency and an ease with which true mastery and expertise always expresses itself, whether it be in writing, whether it be in a mathematical proof, whether it be in a dance that you see on stage, really in every domain. But I think the question is, you know, where does that fluency … Continue reading Living Deliberately: wearing expertise lightly.
Removing mental cobwebs: our moral obligation?
The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country. Hermann Goering As we grow … Continue reading Removing mental cobwebs: our moral obligation?
The Minimalist Mind: the value of walking.
Walking for mental clarity
The Minimalist Mind: making room for thought.
Using mindful awareness to declutter the mind.
The Minimalist Mind: paying attention to the right stuff.
Use mental minimalism to get rid of the unecessary extra "noise" in the world.