Can the practice of mindfulness really reduce cravings? Interesting question! In an article written by Kathryn Drury Wagner – February 14, 2018 she writes: “Buddhist beliefs include the concept of tanhā, which is discussed in the Four Noble Truths. It’s a thirst, a wish—it can be either mental or physical—and if linked toRead More →

There is no doubt that when we pause and practice mindfulness at regular intervals during our busy days we can connect with our inner self and add meaningful moments to our days. We start to experience our mind and ourselves differently. We get to enjoy feelings of peace, gratitude, relaxation,Read More →

Have you noticed how “Mindfulness” has become the buzzword recently? One can find advice about virtually anything on the Internet these days, including how the practice of mindfulness can positively affect your life. Significant improvements in health and happiness have been reported by many that practice mindfulness.  It is important toRead More →

It occurred to me that changing the habit of negative thinking should be on anyone’s New Year’s resolution list.  That is, anyone that is guilty of negative thinking… The truth is nothing good comes out from negative thoughts. “Stinking thinking” as I call it does nothing but drag you down andRead More →

With the Christmas Holidays gone I find myself thinking about New Year Resolutions. Making resolutions is the easy part, but sticking to them is rather difficult.  Is it because my resolutions are unrealistic, impractical or life just gets in the way? Here is some advice on this topic I foundRead More →