The brain is the most complex organ in the human body yet so amazing. It is made of more than 100 billion neurons that communicate in trillions of connections and sometimes due to certain neurotransmitter imbalances it can cause abnormalities in the communication among neurons. When the imbalance takes place, the brain may malfunction and won’t be able to send…… Read More.
4 Essential Tips for Exam Wizardry Exams are an unavoidable part of our academic and even professional life. The modern-day workplace with its constant demand for upskilling and updating resumes has made learning and consequently examinations, a continuous part of life’s journey. With three Masters-in-law degrees I have learned a few things which have helped me excel in exams. How…… Read More.
Why your bad sleep habits might be costing you, and how to fix themOver the last year, insomnia has risen significantly in the general populace. Although overall stress and anxiety has also increased – both of which can have a negative impact on sleep patterns – other factors such as loss or interruption of routine have also been creating problems.…… Read More.
If I had told my 10-year-old self that I would grow up someday to become a content and successful woman, I would have never believed myself then! When I was a child, I was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease called Friedreich’s Ataxia. It affected my walking, my speech, and my heart. It was mentally very, very exhausting. Heartfulness meditation…… Read More.
As an entrepreneur and a mother, I have reaped the many benefits of daily meditation. I ventured into the world of wedding design while at architecture school when I was 19, and 7 years hence, I am married with a child and managing my business parallelly. Born in an Indian family, my exposure to spiritual practice began at 3 years…… Read More.
I stumbled across Heartfulness meditation at the end of 2008 when I was already about 30 years old. At that time, I still didn’t know what I wanted from life, but I knew exactly what I wanted to avoid. Perhaps this was caused by the influence of literary classics and deep dissatisfaction, but with all my being I tried to…… Read More.
With work from home as the new normal, here are some ways that will help maintain a work-life balance –1. Create a timetable With no busses or trains to catch, no coworkers getting lunch and coffee, and no packing up to go home at the end of the day, it can be hard to determine when to start and stop…… Read More.
I had been quite fond of a non-vegetarian diet since I was a kid and it had been an integral part of my life. The fondness for such a diet became problematic when I was diagnosed with celiac disease, a gluten allergy in my 3rd year of college. Because of this allergy, I could not have wheat and any form…… Read More.
I am from Japan and I started my meditation practice 13 years ago when I was introduced to Heartfulness by a friend of mine. After hearing about it, I looked it up on the internet and learnt that there was a meditation center in my area. I eagerly started the practice. There was a period when I had to briefly…… Read More.
I’ve always approached new things with curiosity and an open heart. I would try, test and prove my observations that arose whenever I came across something interesting. I was 21 years old and working in the East Khasi Hills, in Shillong, Meghalaya which is a beautiful hill station in India with lovely weather. Those were the days when I was…… Read More.
When one hears the word, “pandemic”, one is gripped with fear. One worries about the safety of their loved ones, unaccomplished deeds and maybe even their own self until one day one realizes that life and death were never in their hands. And yet one continues to go to bed with plans for the next day, a reflection of a…… Read More.
What is the right age to begin meditation? Why does meditation as a hobby become a point of worry for the society? At the age of 15, I came across Heartfulness Meditation. I conveyed this interest towards meditation to my parents but to my disappointment, they didn’t support as I had hoped. Instead, they were a little bothered; thinking I…… Read More.