Monkey mind is something many of us struggle with. It is a mind that cannot sit still. It needs to do something. It needs a job. It will not let us rest in peace. The modern stressful world promotes monkey mind. Meditation and mindfulness slowly over time reduce monkey mind. Good rest, good nutrition, regular exercise, avoiding stimulants like coffee and sugar, and taking regular “time-outs” can also help reduce monkey mind. Monkeys are fabulous; monkey mind is not. Find life beyond monkey mind. Find the calmer deeper waters of happiness and love.
Balance is the key. Too much excitement and we are distracted and jittery. Too much relaxation and we are dull and sleepy. Bring this alertness – relaxation balance into all aspects of your life. Bring […]
2018 Autumn “A series of Mindfulness for Educators: Healing from the heart to support the growth of teachers”
2018 Autumn “A series of Mindfulness for Educators: Healing from the heart to support the growth of teachers” Dr. Barry Kerzin will teach educators as a series of lectures. We would be happy if you […]