How bad the bad? Or how good the good???

There are times when we’re pushing ourselves really hard.. so hard that we often fall flat on our faces..

Really!! Have you experienced getting hurt physically, when ure pushing yourself too hard, feeling horrible yet forcing yourself to push that deadline/ goal/ whatever it is??

Infact, I’ve realised n noticed this so much that now when I hurt myself (hit my head against that door/ hit my knee on my studio desk/ hurt my finger) I know I’m doing something that’s not meant to be done..

We feel like who will do this if not for me? N we’re wrong!!

We are here to experience our power n that power is in full throttle when we’re feeling good .. creating more n more of stuff for us to feel good♥️

btw’s also in full throttle when we’re feeling horrible,n this time creating more of stuff that makes us feel horrible.. n hence ouch!!! That hurts ..

If we wanna feel good,we can either do stuff that makes us feel good, or start feeling good about whatever we do!!

Whatever comes easy!! N then things start getting done by the power of alignment!!

Focus on stuff that You’ve  always desired to experience n see it falling in front of you, as if it was here only for you to experience..

These are kind lessons I’ve learnt listening to AH!!

N they mean the world to me! Life falls in place n this lesson makes the most meaning..

Create a life of your choice, experience your expansion n enjoy the journey..

The fun journey called life🎁♥️

The gift of Mindfulness 🎁

There’s stuff that I read and it leads me to either of two things!

It either makes me feel great or it makes me focus on things that make me feel great!

And I guess this happens when we are focused on ‘feeling great’ ❤️🎁

If you’re listening to our media that kinda makes it super easy to feel ‘horrible’, one has got to be mindful, and then choose the feeling they choose to experience in life.

It’s not unreal, what all is happening! Yet it’s unreal to your experience of life, and that depends on your choice of experience.

If something horrible happened in the world, it’s real! Yet I have a choice if I want that ‘Horrible’ experience for me or not!! And in that sense, it can still be unreal as far as my experience is concerned. 

What is shaping up in our experience is what we choose for ourself! Are we mindfully choosing thoughts of experiences that are pleasant??? Or are we running down thoughts of others without screening them, allowing them to enter into our experience???

Think twice before you believe in a thought that comes from research!! Believe in it only if it serves you! 

Or else feel free to let it travel in space.

Articles that say only xyz people get hired easily, if you’re fitting the ‘xyz’ in the article, fair – it serves you! If not, have the conviction to say, this article doesn’t serve me..

Rather than believing that you’re ‘less potential of getting hired’

Why would you put energy into any thought that is against you?? If you are doing so, believe me, you’re digging your own grave..

Be Mindful. Choose wise n well serving thoughts. Choose n deliberately create your life experience ❤️🎁

Each one of us is MAGNIFICENCE personified❤️🎁

Are you keen to achieve ‘Mindfulness’ through Dance? – by Arti Trasi

A new category of guest write on is kickstarting today- with a beautiful introductory article on Mindfulness- through dance by Mrs. Arti Trasi 🙂 Enjoy..

Mindfulness Thorugh Dance

Mindfulness Thorugh Dance

Mindfulness is an attitude of the mind in which one is focused on and pays complete attention to whatever is arising in the present moment. This is done in a purposeful and non-judgmental way.

Many teachers and philosophers have extolled the virtues and benefits of an attitude of being in the present moment. But, how can we cultivate such an attitude of mind? Mindfulness techniques are a set of mental exercises that can be specifically taught, learnt and performed to realize this attitude.

Mindfulness techniques find their origins in the ancient Buddhist teachings of Vipassana meditation. The word ‘Vipassana’ means “clear sight” i.e. viewing things ‘as they are’ – untainted and uncoloured by pre-existing notions and conditionings.

In recent years, mindfulness techniques have been increasingly integrated into modern medicine and psychology. The pioneering work in this regard was done by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Professor of Medicine at the Massachusetts Medical School. Today, many psychologists and doctors in Australia have also incorporated it into their therapy.

Mindfulness techniques are extremely practical and effective methods to cultivate mental poise and balance, something sorely needed in our daily lives that are so often full of stress and anxiety. But these techniques are not only meant for people who are under stress or suffer from anxiety. They also have many other positive effects on the mind. For example, they improve performance and were used to train the Olympic rowing team by Kabat-Zinn. They have also been found useful in areas as diverse as dieting – there is even a website for mindful eating. Although originally derived from ancient Buddhist teachings, these techniques as currently practised are completely non-denominational, and have no religious content whatsoever, thus being suitable for all.

My husband and I were first exposed to mindfulness teachings many years ago in India, and have been practising them over the years to great personal benefit. When I was called upon to demonstrate these techniques in Australia, I incorporated my Indian dance training with these methods so as to introduce the ideas of mindfulness to my audience in an interesting and novel way.

In my sessions, I introduce the subject of mindfulness through music and dance and then talk about the techniques. We then have a few practical sessions of guided mindfulness meditation with audience participation. I also do individual follow-up sessions for those who wish to explore these techniques further.

I have been conducting workshops at the Queen Elizabeth II building at Muswellbrook and also appear on 2 radio channels, ABC Radio and 2 NM. I have had excellent feedback from my previous sessions and I look forward to sharing the benefits of mindfulness with all of you.


Mindfulness & Dance

Mrs. Arti Trasi is a resident of Muswellbrook, Australia & has been felicitated by the Mayor on Australia day in 2013! The 2 citations she received this year were one for Australian Citizen of the year and 2nd was for Outstanding Contribution to Culture  Awards for her town.

We wish her gr8 luck in her beautiful journey!!