Every time you sit to meditate, you exercise certain abilities of your mind—and by time they become like superpowers. Having clarity over what these are will help you better apply meditation to the challenges of your daily life.
Puneet Nanda is an entrepreneur turned Yogi. After an emergency trip to the hospital with chest pains, as a result of the stress of a 16-hour workday life, Puneet discovered the power of Pranayama (yogic breathing), and that saved his life.
The formal practice of meditation is essential, but not enough. For meditation to be truly transformative, it has to go beyond the cushion. Here I cover the devices that help you easily create moments of pause and mindfulness during your day.
John Hargrave, author of Mind Hacking, talks about reprogramming addiction, how to declutter the mind, the “reality distortion field”, having faith in oneself, and how to hack your mind with analysis, imagination and reprogramming.
This is a guide to help you start a daily meditation habit. Learn seven principles that make it easier to build a consistent practice, even if you are not super disciplined or super motivated. Includes a section on dealing with common obstacles.
Learn two methods to apply mindfulness and meditation for processing difficult emotions. You can use this for managing fear, anxiety, anger, grief, etc. A lot of this may feel counterintuitive at first, but if you try it, it actually works.
The most comprehensive list of meditation benefits on the web, backed by actual scientific research. Learn how meditation can help you improve your health, sharpen your mind, heal your emotions, overcome anxiety, and enhance your well-being.
Happiness is, arguably, what we are all seeking (in one form or another). Learn about the three levels of happiness, and the many different elements that influence how well you feel, and how satisfied you are with your life.