Finding peace · joy in small things · Positive life philosophies

Picking Flowers Along the Road…

This post is about quite a simple subject, it's about me picking some flowers outside, from time to time. I would like to share why it is so beneficial for me, and the thoughts that lie beneath it. When I am out for a walk I often pick a wildflower and carry it along with… Continue reading Picking Flowers Along the Road…

Finding peace · Improving yourself · relationships

Letting Go – Through Mindfulness

Letting go of someone can be so very difficult, even if the situation has become toxic. I have been trying to figure out why this is and I think, that in my case, it is just because I refuse to believe that all my effort was for nothing, that it was a waste of time.… Continue reading Letting Go – Through Mindfulness

Finding peace · Improving yourself

Dealing with anger and pain in 3 steps

In our day to day lives, most of us try to push away negative feelings, such as anger, frustration, pain and sadness. We would much rather watch some TV, go out, socialize, shop or do anything else, just to make sure our minds are occupied enough, so there is no room left for negative feelings.… Continue reading Dealing with anger and pain in 3 steps

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(Re)discovery of a flower – a mindfulness exercise

This is a post about a simple mindfulness exercise. I wanted to create and share a simple opportunity to practice it. Mindfulness is about being aware of your present, and living in it fully. Mindfulness meditations have been around for thousands of years to help benefit our physical and mental health. Recent research in the field… Continue reading (Re)discovery of a flower – a mindfulness exercise

Finding peace · Improving yourself · Positive life philosophies

Buddhism – searching more wisdom

I have only recently began to seek more information about this philosophy. I have been listening to a lot of the speeches from 'Thich Nhat Hanh', a Buddhist zen master and I plan to read some of his books.  They have really sparked my interest. The term Buddhism comes from the word 'Budhi', which means 'to… Continue reading Buddhism – searching more wisdom