“Let it go” has become a big buzz word in self-help and new age circles. It’s even seeped into the mainstream. So much so that it’s become a cliché. Letting go has become a convenient catch-phrase you say to someone
The grooves of the mind are well-documented. Especially nowadays with the advent of neuroscience we’re discovering more about the neural pathways that become established in the brain, affecting our outlook, mood, mental states and even view of the world. Emotions
Transformation of the mind is the purpose of meditation. All of us have a mind and so have the opportunity to work on it. Negative mental traits don’t change on their own. Meditation makes the mind calm and peaceful. If
This post is about how the 5 Reiki Precepts play out in the practitioner’s body between the head and the hara. It’s relevant for practitioners of Reiki and non-practitioners alike. The hara is a vibrational seat of power deep within
The recent post regarding the ‘heart’ was about the space of the heart as a place of meaning, and a portal to spiritual expanse. Today we’ll look at the heart as a physical organ and some fascinating properties it has.
In Asian languages, the word for ‘mind’ and the word for ‘heart’ are the same word. So when we hear the word ‘mindfulness,’ we have to inwardly also hear ‘heartfulness’ in order to grasp it even as a concept, and
The Hara is the physical midpoint of the human body, and the spiritual center of the human being. Located below the belly button and a little way into the body, it’s equidistant to the feet and the head, making it