You hear it so often. I just want to be “happy”. I’m sure you’ve read that in the end, every person has only one goal in life: to be happy. But the concept of “happiness” is usually not defined. When I ask participants in my trainings what they mean by “being happy”, they often don’t know the answer. That is by definition a recipe for misfortune.
Celebrating the New Holiday: 4 reasons why combining mindfulness training with vacation is good for you
Would you like to discover the New Holiday Celebration? A lot of people don’t come to rest during their holidays […]
Mindfulness is being alert and awake with full attention. Because it ensures that you worry less, deal better with stress and experience more satisfaction.
World trip of ten years For more than ten years, Deep and Mallika sailed the oceans with their lovely sailing […]
This simple mindfulness exercise is a nice example that shows you how mindfulness can be fun. The secret to happiness […]