Literally meaning good (kai) change (zen), or ‘change for the better’, the Japanese philosophy of Kaizen provides an achievable path towards self-improvement.
Addiction is a lot like other diseases – it disrupts the normal, healthy functioning of our body and has seriously harmful effects. If left untreated, it can be a life-long problem causing other serious illnesses or even death.
One day you may need to save a life! You can make a huge difference to the outcome of an injury or illness by knowing the correct methods to preserve, and even help to save, a life.
Zen living has been described as an antidote to the issues we face within modern society. We are not suggesting you become monk but to take on the spirit of Zen can be life changing and inspiring.
Stress and anxiety have become such common problems in today’s society and studies show that meditation can be of huge assistance in reducing stress by offering a natural path to calmness and clarity.
Though the right foods are fundamental, nutrition is not the only thing to consider for healthy joints. Physical activity and posture are also major contenders.
Lower back pain can be exhausting, irritating and at times debilitating. Make these easy stretches your daily “pain killer”.
Most of us have far too many things. And most things don’t bring us joy. So aim for some minimalistic living, clear out the clutter and keep it simple!
Overwhelmed? Under pressure? Dump those anxious and tense feelings by practicing mindfulness. We all need it!
The comparison trap is like any nasty habit, once it takes hold it’s hard to shake. Judging yourself alongside other people will only make you miserable.