When your mind is weighed down with negative thoughts, life can seem so much harder to deal with. A cluttered mind, or Mind-Clutter as I like to call it, can really make things difficult to see clearly or as they are.
I think it’s fair to say that April Fool's Day is no joke in the UK. In fact the media has already dubbed it April Cruel’s Day due to the fact that the cost of living is rising at an alarming rate, and fuel costs increasing on the daily; and of course we see a hike in energy costs of 54% which came in today in the UK.
You will often hear the wise ones, the gurus, the memes saying “Live every day like it’s your last.” and by that they mean, pack as much in as you can. Live life to the fullest. And of course, that’s all right and correct, but have you ever stopped to consider how lucky you actually are?
My response the the UK Government back app designed to make the streets safer for women and girls. I am writing this blog post as a response to the UK Government backed app - Path Community - which is currently being trialled by 500 people, including Met Police Officers, in the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark.
So what are the benefits of meditating? Of course there are the overall benefits such as sleeping better and calming anxiety, but for me meditating is a complete bubble of other worldliness.