Tag: mindfulness

OSHO: A Freeze Mob and Stop Exercise

Stop Exercise Gurdjieff’s stop exercise was tremendously significant, perhaps one of the greatest contributions to the modern world – and the modern world is not even aware of it. He will tell his disciples to be engaged in all kinds of activities: somebody is digging in the garden, somebody is cutting wood, somebody is preparing

Accessible Yoga

[Instrumental music] So, anybody here breathe? There you go. You’re doing yoga, right? Anybody here think? Occasionally, yeah? Even you, do you think… What’s great about yoga is that it’s really about connecting with yourself, and part of yourself that’s unaffected by what’s happening in your body, you know and so it’s like, it’s really

Mindful Breathing Exercise

So often we’re caught up in life’s demands with no time to stop, but becoming more aware of your own thoughts and feelings and what’s around you, and accepting the present moment, can help improve your mental health and wellbeing. Doing this affects both the mental and the physical you. Some people call this being