I know these are all questions you have all wondered about but might have been afraid to ask, and the exercises are some you never thought about but can't wait to try! So go ahead, read and explore! How am I doing lately? I am grateful, joyful and loving to be, even when nothing makes … Continue reading Q & A with exercises inspired by Facebook conversations • On my personal life, learning languages, leaving the past (light version and not-so-light), what is good & evil and the viewpoint of the meat industry as an ongoing holocaust
Morning Practicing Gratitude I woke up really late, at 10. But since I wore socks and pajamas pants, leaving bed was not a problem. I had wanted to apply for a job between 7 and 8 in the morning, but since I had disrupted the schedule I had planned, I felt reluctant against doing anything! … Continue reading Managing Monday
Started the day by applying for a pretty awesome job within business intelligence with plenty of opportunities for learning and growth. Requested skills were knowledge of programming languages like Python and good English skills, both of which I've got plenty. I sliced down my messy CV meticulously before applying and felt like a match. Memes … Continue reading Monday. Meming. Music. Munching. Meditation. Michael and More.
We are often asked to use special characters. But this doesn't help us remember them! A neat solution to this dilemma is to replace letters with symbols having a visual similarity, and you will feel and recognize the proper word in the password when its written. Some simple letters to replace S with $, O … Continue reading Let’s Learn: How to Create Memorable Secure Passwords That Look Like Art!
The first step is to get rid of the 5 hindrances: Sensory attachments Ill-will Heaviness of body Restlessness and worry Doubt Their opposites are represented in the picture below A state of bliss is reached when the five hindrances are removed. This is the first jhana, or meditative state. Jhanas are sometimes called samadhi. The … Continue reading Become Buddha — Meditation practice with Visual Guide
Starting by watching the breath. Gently bring mind back to it when it wanders. Allow yourself to be joyful, love and be loved unconditionally. Let the body feel and move with energy of the place. Notice everything you don't think is important. Notice that the idea of inside is dependent on there being an outside. … Continue reading Awareness Practice