It’s a fact, we all have a limited amount of time on this planet. Everything we do is powered by this fear. But, living life by the tick of the clock is not really living at all.
I’m down for an evening Netflix, but only to chill. I’ve long passed watching the movies on the platform, now I solely use the menu to binge-watch mindfulness.
Those who truly want to participate in activism and not just talk about it need to educate their inner monologue first.
We all possess bad habits, but one psychiatrist believes that we can break them through the medium of mindfulness.
At one point, meditation focused on the expansion of the self. Today it is packaged as a tool to fix everything.
The weight of the information age often crushes our attention, and we often accept things we’re told, because there’s always something else to read. This is the problem of the modern day.
What we fear grows in size and magnitude the longer we ignore it. However, as soon as we embrace it, our horizons shift.
As most recently espoused by the cake brandishing Tina Fey, the art of letting go is an important aspect of our mental health. But that doesn’t mean you don’t care, in fact it means the opposite.
The obsession over the future, and indeed the past tends to poison the present. Only those who are able to let go of both are truly free to live in contentment.
The lofty expectations that modern culture seemingly affords often only ends in disappointment, but a slight change in thinking can lead to a more pleasant experience.
Whilst we might overthink the concept of mindfulness, the path to achieving it may be not be too different to the one we walk every day.
A trend in Russia allows you to destroy a room full of objects in the name of inner peace, but it’s akin to putting a band-aid on a broken limb. | Grant Spencer
In an effort to feel something, the spiritually inept Timothy Cootes recently attended his own funeral.
New TBS scribe, Will McMahon, knows that mindfulness is an effective tool to save you. From yourself.
Ruby Wax has a message that will get you thinking…or rather being “mindful”… in her Melbourne International Comedy Festival show “Sane New World”…