As the financial year draws to an end a frenzy of activity begins. Accounts are brought up to date, taxation decisions need to be addressed and legal obligations met. During this time and with the advent of winter, the body and mind comes under great duress. It is during this time that it is even more important to cultivate an aspect of ‘stillness’ and calm in order to minimise health risks.
There is a true exquisiteness and a high level of fulfilment that emanates from within when you are truly content with life, with what you have and who you are.
As a goal oriented person, as someone who likes a challenge, who enjoys the journey of learning and who always strives for the next goal, I’m sometimes seen as not being content with my life, my achievements
In the modern world, stress affects countless people. Even though we have more tools to support and assist us with this affliction than ever before, it is still a growing concern for people of all ages and from all walks of life.
Laughter therapy is touted as one of the most potent tools to combat stress, depression and anxiety. It really is the best medicine. To prove this, there are many Laughter Clubs worldwide.
Equanimity, peace of mind, good health and longevity are the goals of the ancient Taoists. It is also known as ‘internal alchemy’ and cultivating your centre has been a principle part of the Taoists canons for centuries.
Essentially, Tao is indefinable. It is far less a theoretical philosophy and much more an empirical one, as it has to be experienced. Tao is a combination of psychology, philosophy and a strategy for living and refers
There is a rhythm to life, a time for birth, a time for growth, a time for decline and a time for death. A part of the process of healing is to be one with nature.
Cycles are important: moon cycles are often used for planting, cutting hair, beginning new projects. Similarly, the cycles of the sun, of day or of night, being more active during the daylight hours when the energy is more yang, and winding down in the evening when the energy is
At the Foothills of the Himalayan Mountains; due to the location, depth and temperature, you will find the highest quality Salt Crystal formations. These are then used to fashion Salt Crystal Lamps.
Studies show that we receive 56% of our energy from the air we breathe. According to a research summary report at the Institute of Biophysical Research, in Germany, the evaporation from the surface of heated Salt Crystal Lamps creates a stream of ions which deliver a surplus stock of ‘