IN OUR MINDFULNESS SERIES WE SEEK TO INSPIRE SIMPLE BUT POWERFUL SHIFTS THAT WILL MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN YOUR EVERY DAY LIFE
The northern hemisphere’s Spring Equinox is just a mere day away, also the International Day of Happiness is celebrated on March 20 2019.
We couldn’t help but mark this special time with a mini series on mindfulness in every day life. Much is written, posted and tagged on the topic. But what does it really mean to be mindful in our modern day and age?
Our three-part series shines light on how one can be more mindful, starting with our being from the inside out, meaning we’ll share inspiration on how our own thoughts, words and deeds can consciously lead to a happier life.
Take a look at our beautiful instagram feed to see the postings commemorating the Spring Equinox and International Day of Happiness
MINDFULNESS SERIES PART 1 • THOUGHTS
Your attitude determines your direction.
As much importance weighs on how you close your day, how you start it off will set the tone for the rest of it.
Find simple words, your very own mantra, that you can repeat every morning silently to yourself as soon as you wake up. These words of encouragement and gratitude will boost your mood and act as powerful invisible shield that protect you from dipping into a stressful rush or a tendency to negative thinking that inevitably pulls you down.
Diet is the key to support your health.
Truly search your mind and dissect where unhealthy food cravings stem from. Be brave and face the truth. Then, slowly but with determination, substitute unhealthy choices with alternatives that won’t make you sick in the long run. Think of your body as your temple, your womb as a cathedral, and provide yourself the love and nourishment that you truly need.
Roam our postings on Turmeric, Cardamom, Goji berries and Moringa to get to know a few of the many amazing healing plants that are widely available nowadays and make for a fantastic introduction towards healthy snacking and cooking with a few extras that will make all the difference!
SET YOUR INTENTION
Your inner wellbeing rests on beliefs, conduct and action.
While an intention is not motivated by achieving immediately visible results, the art of Sankalpa is a powerful technique to manifest positive change. Read all about setting your intention here.
THE SRI YANTRA PICTURED ON THE BLOG IMAGE REPRESENTS THE UNION OF MASCULINE AND FEMININE DIVINE, SHIVA AND SHAKTI. ALL OTHER YANTRAS DERIVE FROM THE SRI YANTRA. AN INFORMATIVE POSTING ON SACRED GEOMETRY WILL BE AVAILABLE ON WEEKLY GOOD VIBES LATER THIS SPRING.