From Friday 26th May we will be starting a brand new Laughter Yoga club in Teignbridge. We will be running it from 7pm every Friday at the Bishopsteignton Community Centre opposite the Ring of Bells pub here – map Open to all, this club will introduce you to the power […]
We can’t always adopt the lotus posture when we are out and about or working, but using a handy ‘fidget spinner’ we can practice being mindful.
This short video shows how you can use a mindful spinner to achieve mental calmness.
World Laughter Day World Laughter Day takes place on the first Sunday of May of every year . The first celebration was on January 10, 1998, in Mumbai, India, and was arranged by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of the worldwide Laughter Yoga movement. Laughter Yoga says: Laughter is a positive […]
So why when cash is short, do we adopt a poverty complex instead of an abundance mindset? “Oh no I haven’t got enough money, I will look to cutting back” – sounds like a diet to me. Problem with diets is – THEY DON’T WORK generally. The human mind is […]
Not for selfish gain, for being able to have the ability to give all those things to others. I share the same perceptions with myself. I know myself. I enjoy my-self’s company, I share the same likes and dislikes with myself. I’ve known myself all my life. I’m married to […]
How much of this means something to you right now? You can fail at what you don’t want so you may as well take a chance on what you love!
Do you agree? Laughter has proven medical and psychological benefits. It reduces stress, improves breathing and circulation and helps build relationships especially in social situations. In business it can improve creativity and performance as well as reducing sickness absence by improving staff wellbeing. We all know how we […]
Why do we do what we do? What makes us get up or pay that bill or go for that walk or play that sport? Even the small seemingly insignificant, daily activities, what makes us do them? Some things appear automatic, we just ‘do them’ without consciously noticing […]
You don’t have to be smiling with joy all the time. But you can be mindful which opens the door to shorter moments of sadness and more frequent moments of peace and happiness. You can use the times when you feel angry, anxious, despair, sorrow or withdrawal to take care […]