Being disciplined in relation to your most important goals requires that you rely on commitment (stable), not motivation (flimsy). Learn the power of the Never Zero commitment, and how to apply it in your daily life.
It’s the dream of many parents to be able to calm down their kids, teach them how to manage themselves, and see them grow into happy individuals. Meditation can definitely be a powerful tool for this. But the way of teaching kids to meditate is different.
Self-discipline is the core of all virtues, and it’s essential for the fulfilment of any goal or aspiration. It is both a benefit of meditation, and the way that you can practice the third pillar of meditation: Transformation.
The coronavirus is a serious thing; it is spreading quickly, there is no cure for it yet. The stronger is your immune system, the safer you are. Meditation is proven to boost your immunity, and reduce the anxiety.
Living in the present moment is a powerful way to be content and at peace—but it is only half of the story. Learn practices for staying present in a balanced way, overcoming anxiety, and developing fearlessness.
Life is dangerous, and we can never be 100% safe. There is risk, and there is danger. Anxiety exists to protect us from danger—but often it comes at a cost that is more painful than the feared event itself.
There are two ways to go about our life: with a monkey-mind (looks outside), or with a monk-mind (looks inside). We all are born with a monkey-mind, but with the power of the Three Pillars of Meditation, we can develop a monk-mind.
One of the methods of self-transformation that we learn from meditation is replacing a negative emotions by their opposites. In this video I talk about how to apply this to transform feelings of anxiety, depression, and hopelessness.