When I was a kid, I used to have a book that you'd read unlike any other. It wasn't exactly a picture book - more like an anti-picture book. It contained a mystical 'child-lock' that hid its secrets behind an invisible barrier. The barrier was overcome instantly by some, and with practise for others, or... Continue Reading →
The ability to switch your mode of attitude in an instant - or at least in a short period of time - is a powerful concept that I realise has been with me for a long period of my life. When my parents told me to have an attitude adjustment, they were really telling me... Continue Reading →
The idea of progress is one of the most challenging and confusing aspects of meditation. It can be seen as meditation's central paradox!
Originally posted on LifeApps... Our attention is a precious resource granted to us through evolution. But modern technological life is shrinking our attention span at an unprecedented rate. Using the three tips in this post, you can reclaim your attention for a more productive, creative and fulfilling life. We have a finite daily supply of... Continue Reading →
by Jordan Pennells - Originally posted on LIFEApps. Your brain can be trained like a muscle! Just like lifting weights, a repeated mental activity such as meditation can strengthen beneficial neural pathways. The malleability of your brain in response to external stimuli such as meditation is known as neuroplasticity. This phenomenon evolved over millions of... Continue Reading →
by Jordan Pennells - Originally posted on LIFEApps Let’s face it. Exercise is the number one resolution people make each New Year, but it is also the most unkept resolution. The mere thought of strenuous exercise can be daunting! Yet some revel in it and the benefits are immense. Exercise has even recently been proposed... Continue Reading →