Meditation

man being mindful with morning meditation and positivity

Morning Meditation and Positivity

I wake up feeling underprepared and overwhelmed.

It’s a busy day ahead and the psychological cogs are already in cranking away.

For many, this is a regular and debilitating event…

man with eyes closed wondering what to think about when meditating

What to Think About When Meditating

Sitting in a room with just your own thoughts for company is an activity seldom performed in our hyperconnected reality.

However, the benefits of simply downing our mental tools and disconnecting daily can’t be underestimated.

Let’s investigate what you can expect when you begin this practice.

woman sitting in a lotus posture, which isn't one of the best meditation positions for bad knees

The Best Meditation Positions for Bad Knees

When I worked as a physiotherapist I treated many patients with chronic pain.

Bad backs and knees were particularly common complaints, often limiting certain movements and positions.

This article investigates how meditation is affected.

woman sitting on a mat feeling energy during meditation

Feeling Energy During Meditation

It’s a hectic morning.

Client work multiplies exponentially as I rush to complete daily tasks and hit deadlines.

By mid-afternoon, stressed and overwhelmed, I retreat to a dark room to in search of mindful respite…

man walking in nature which is the best meditation for stress

The Best Meditation for Stress (in My Experience)

“Give me your passport,” demanded the leader of the rabble.

I glanced warily at the group of Bolivian Campesinos holding cheap rifles, blocking our path.

Then I looked at my recent Bolivian acquaintance, who nodded imperceptibly.

everyday mindfulness activities as illustrated by a man in the photo walking with a backpack

Three Essential Everyday Mindfulness Activities

I was running desperately late, working as a private physiotherapist in an exclusive clinic.

A patient had come to see me with agonising low back pain and by the time they were well enough to walk out, I was hopelessly behind schedule.

Not only were my next patients incredibly angry, but I was majorly stressed.