By examining our minds at a quantum level, we change them, and by changing them, we change the reality that shapes them.
Tomar consciência é, acima de tudo, um despertar. É abrir os olhos do nosso interior para tornar consciente o inconsciente e, assim, poder dar o passo e iniciar a tão necessária revolução pessoal. Só então seremos capazes de nos curar, de nos desprendermos do que machuca e, simplesmente, avançar em direção ao que merecemos.
How one mother’s vision to help her daughter and daughter’s friends with anxiety turned into a mindfulness program that’s been taught to 15,000 kids in eight school districts.
For the Sufi, purification and enlightenment came through the heart. The heart was described as the most virtuous organ and the symbolic center of man’s existence and the feeling of love felt through the heart was accepted as the key of being aware of the existence of the Creator. This was an educational approach to music. Sufi music was used as a means of training for ideal perfection, which also meant becoming harmonious with oneself. Man, being accepted as the symbol of the universal creation, was described and evaluated as a micro-cosmos. It was believed that all the characteristics of the universe were awarded to man by the Creator. Therefore, the ultimate aim of music was to attain freedom of the self (nefs), so as to reach his/her soul to the divine origin.
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In 2011, the Finnish Tourist Board ran a campaign that used silence as a marketing ‘product’. They sought to entice people to visit Finland and experience the beauty of this silent land. They released a series of photographs of single figures in the nature and used the slogan “Silence, Please”. A tag line was added by Simon Anholt, an international country branding consultant, “No talking, but action.”
— Mas o nosso interior é muito feio — disse Marcos ao monge.
— Quem está nas trevas não sabe que está nas trevas — o monge respondeu — se você é capaz de olhar pro seu interior e identificar o que há de feio nele, é sinal de que a luz tocou aí.
A new study has found evidence to show that there is actually a direct link between nasal breathing and our cognitive functions.
You don’t have to be a naturally mindful person to reap the emotional benefits of meditation.
Psicólogos de la Universidad de Bangor [en el Reino Unido] creen que han visto por primera vez un proceso que toma lugar en un lugar profundo dentro de nuestro cerebro inconsciente, donde las reacciones primarias interactúan con los procesos mentales de alto nivel. Leer Más