When it comes to researching about ways we can help ourselves overcome the struggles and strife of everyday life, more and more people are coming across the unusual ancient Japanese art form of ‘Kintsugi’. Kintsugi is literally translated as ‘golden joinery’ and dates back to 15th century Japan when Japanese craftsmen were looking for more … Continue reading Kintsugi – philosophy of no-mind
There are 3 words in Japanese to describe the heart: Shinzou - the heart as an organ (keeps you alive) Hato - the heart as 'love' (to celebrate Valentine's Day) Kokoro - as the mind, soul or consciousness. All 3 hearts are important for your existence, but let see what gives the nurturing to KOKORO – … Continue reading KOKORO – 心
In the past few years we are more and more often using the gentle alternative to the word ‘old’. More often we are choosing words like: ‘mature’, ‘complete’, ‘grown’ We are often refusing to say ‘I am old’, using instead ‘I am still in the process…Yes, I’m getting older, but it’s soooo far ahead of … Continue reading We are getting older, but we are never “old”…
'We are what we repeatedly do, that's why excellence is not an act but a habit,' - said Aristotel. Think about your activities of the last week, today and the next week (you can take a month if you wish). The person you'd like to be, or the person you see yourself as - how … Continue reading Timeless Wisdom – #habits
We want to live a happy healthy life. We are trying to find different ways to achieve that perfect health everybody is talking about. Your dietary dilemma is solved! Today…by Becky and Dr Steven R. Gundry. The problem is your gut is under ATTACK, and you, poor fella, don't know about it. I guess you are … Continue reading ‘The Plant Paradox’, Dr. Steven R. Gundry or Know Your Enemies!
'Eat what you want - when you are truly hungry. Stop when you are full. And eat exactly what appeals to you. Do this instead of any diet, and you are unlikely to ever have a weight problem, let alone an eating disorder.' The National Eating Disorder Association It's a great advice, but with one … Continue reading Cravings and Choices