Sitting on this meditation cushion for about 400 days so far has taught me a lot about saying yes to situations, emotions, things which are not always easy to accept.
What is Headspace?
“Headspace is a project designed to demystify meditation. Using the wonders of science and technology, we make it easy-to-learn, fun-to-do, and relevant to your everyday life.” (taken from the website, see link below)
Then feel invited to go this interesting Website . If you are on Facebook and you follow “Headspace” there, you may see that Andy, one of the makers of Headspace, often posts questions or facts about meditations which only take half a minute to read but motivate you to keep up or build your own meditation practice.
I personally do not need the support of any Website to appreciate the benefits of meditation and Keep the practice up, but I find it really wonderful that people who might usually not come across this Topic might find it through media and the Internet.
While starting Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche’s wonderful book “Joyful Wisdom..” after having enjoyed his “Joy of Living” last year during my stay in Greece, I was so eager to share his unique insights with everyone who is interested in meditation.
As somebody who has usually a hard time sticking with new habits but having meditated each and every day since May 5 2012 I am by far not anything Close to enlightened…:) ..but I would go so far and call me a witness of how much sense meditation can make.
Cover via Amazon
I am always curious about other people’s meditation habits – so, if you feel like sharing your ways to meditate and your experiences: you are welcome to comment.
Categories: Achtsamkeit, buddhism, Buddhismus, life, meditation, mindfulness, psychology
Tags: buddhism, emotions, Health, meditation, mindfulness, The Joy of Living: Unlocking the Secret and Science of Happiness, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche