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I Insisted That I Can't Meditate. Then I Changed My Mind.

In our fast-paced society today, we seem to be in a constant struggle to keep up. While the advancement of technology has its benefits, we are now being constantly bombarded with information and feel pressured to connect and respond all the time. As a result, we often feel stressed, overwhelmed, and in a constant state of anxiety. Maintaining such a frenetic lifestyle is clearly unsustainable for our physical and emotional health. Yet, despite this, we continue to pound at a furious pace to get ahead. If this describes you and what you are going through, it is time to take a pause and give some attention to the present moment. When we do that we focus at where we are,we tend to gain a better perspective of what we are doing, and enjoy doing it more. Practicing mindfulness in our daily lives has a lot of benefits. Studies have shown that it improves many facets of our physical and emotional well-being, such as reducing stress, improving learning, memory, emotional regulation, and em

Brauen Waelchli - House of Parliament, Geneva 2002. Photos ©...

Brauen Waelchli - House of Parliament , Geneva 2002. Photos © Thomas Jantscher .

Mixed Media Paintings by Kazuki Takamatsu Kazuki Takamatsu was... crss

Mixed Media Paintings by  Kazuki Takamatsu Kazuki Takamatsu was born in Sendai, Japan in 1978. Influenced by media and subculture growing up, he attended the Department of Oil Painting at Tohoku University of Art & Design and graduated in 2001. Takamatsu’s depth-mapping technique, a style of illustration inspired by Japanese girl’s comics, is as unique as it is painstakingly intricate, fusing classic drawing, airbrush and gouache painting with computer graphics. In this method, the individual pixel becomes a shade of gray which is proportional to the distance from which the viewer sees it Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret crss

Mixed Media Paintings by Kazuki Takamatsu Kazuki Takamatsu was...

Mixed Media Paintings by  Kazuki Takamatsu Kazuki Takamatsu was born in Sendai, Japan in 1978. Influenced by media and subculture growing up, he attended the Department of Oil Painting at Tohoku University of Art & Design and graduated in 2001. Takamatsu’s depth-mapping technique, a style of illustration inspired by Japanese girl’s comics, is as unique as it is painstakingly intricate, fusing classic drawing, airbrush and gouache painting with computer graphics. In this method, the individual pixel becomes a shade of gray which is proportional to the distance from which the viewer sees it Receive art updates from our Twitter feed posted by Margaret

Brauen Waelchli - Sports complex, Sainte-Croix 2003. Photos...

Brauen Waelchli - Sports complex , Sainte-Croix 2003. Photos ©  Thomas Jantscher .

subtilitas: Lauener Baer Architekten - Primary School, Thundorf...

subtilitas : Lauener Baer Architekten - Primary School , Thundorf 2016. Photos ©  Laura Egger . Keep reading