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From stress to ease of being with Esoteric Yoga
Rushed, stressed or exhausted, does your body need a different approach?
The importance of breathing
The way we breathe affects our health and even the way we feel. Read more to find out about the benefits of breathing and how to breathe to feel relaxed and reduce stress
Breath, Stress, Relaxation, Health, Gentle breath, Healthy living
When exam stress becomes a matter of life and death: The effect of exams on student health and wellbeing
True intelligence springs from a healthy mind and body. Stress has a significant effect on mental health and physical well-being. Are we putting our students’ well-being first? Or, in the drive for academic achievement, are we leaving self-care, loving relationships and a healthy body behind?
Competition, Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Well-being, Intelligence
I am amazing just for being me
This article discusses the emptiness that can be created when people seek recognition based on what they do, not who they are, leading to low self-worth and self-esteem.
Self-esteem, Confidence, Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Stress, Opinion
Connection to self through conscious presence
For our May 2015 audio of the month we are treating you to two audios on Conscious Presence because connecting to ourselves and our body is so essential for our health and well-being.
Do coffee and sugar really give us energy?
Many of us believe that drinking coffee or consuming sugar will give us the energy we need to get through the day but is this really true?
No longer racing against time
The understanding of time shared in this book helps us become less stressed, overwhelmed and feeling controlled by time. It also helps us create space for all that needs to be done.
Sacred Esoteric Healing at the Mind Body Spirit Festival in Sydney
Katie Wall’s experience volunteering in esoteric healing at the Mind Body Spirit Festival, Sydney
Therapies, Stillness, Essence, Esoteric, Stress, Tension, Healing, Brotherhood, Alchemy
Time and our perception of it
What if time itself doesn’t move? Serge Benhayon asks us to consider that a tension is created in our body when we try to keep up with something that we have perceived as getting away from us. Could this explain why so many of us have an issue with time?
Time, Stress, Tension, Philosophy, Anxiety, Awareness, Presence
A Treatise on Consciousness – A Treatise on Energetic Truth
There are two consciousnesses that we can all choose from and do continually, even if we are unaware of the choice we have.
How to survive work and travel?
A practical guide for how self-care can help you deal with the challenges of working away from home – from jet lag and hotel beds to working long hours and business dinners out.
Burnout, Stress, Time management, Work life balance, Body awareness
Is that all there is?
‘Is that all there is?’ How many have had this very thought, have felt the emptiness of life’s anticlimax? Can and do we have access to more, to the ‘ALL’?
Loneliness, Harmony, Work life balance, Stress, Exhaustion, Connection
From feeling anxious and stressed to going with the flow
I have never really thought of myself as an anxious person, but I was certainly stressed for a lot of my life, so much so that I ended up with a hyperactive thyroid in 2002, which affected my major muscles including my heart, giving me atrial fibrillation for the rest of my life.
Before and after: Sharon Gavioli
I am a beautiful, sexy, vital and healthy woman deeply connected to the love in my heart. Each day I choose to self-care and self-nurture in a way that enables me to offer true care and love to everyone in my life. But I didn’t always live this way.
Health conditions, Stress, Universal Medicine, Gluten free, Healthy diet, Weight-loss, Relationship problems
Stress in the workplace
Stress at work has become a commonly used phrase, but is there more to it?
Therapists can avoid burnout from stress, anxiety and depression if they allow their clients to take responsibility for their own healing.
Insomnia – my sleep disorder or my daily dis-order?
Insomnia – having trouble sleeping? This article asks us to consider our relationship between the way we live our day and the effect that has on our sleep.
Sleep, Insomnia, Lifestyle, Presence, Stress, Exhaustion, Fatigue
I’m late, I’m late for a very important date…
The car accident on the way to work, heavy traffic, a flat tyre, the alarm that didn’t go off, the keys that got lost — people have a million excuses for being late. So, the big question is; why are so many people running late and how does this affect us?
Who said playing violin was hard?
Despite what you have heard learning to play the violin is easier than it seems. Violin player and tutor Brendan Mooney shows us just how easy and fun it actually can be.
Around we go! Stillness, motion and cycles within cycles
We, the Earth and the Sun are speeding through the universe on a spiral helix path, in cycles within cycles.
Menstruation and menstrual cycles – more than just inconvenient bleeding?
You’ve likely recorded your menstrual cycle on a calendar just to know when it’s due next right? But have you ever reflected on and recorded how you feel on and around your period ...
Menstrual cycle, Menstrual pain, Women's health, Human body, Stress, Self-love
Emotional eating: what’s fuelling our food choices?
What is really triggering us to buy the foods that we do and to reach for the fridge or cupboard door?
Behaviour, Eating disorder, Over eating, Emotions, Stress, Weight-loss
Exhausted and depressed at work: how falsely do we live life?
What makes us stressed, depressed or exhausted at work? This article considers the impact of not working as the ‘real-us’ and how this adversely affects our success, health and wellness.
Exhaustion, Work stress, Appreciation, Feelings, Stress, Work life balance, Vitality, Harmony, Well-being
True philosophy and true religion – this is it
Maryline Decompoix shares her experience of reading The Way It Is
Zoochosis – a very human condition
Zoochosis doesn’t just affect captive animals. What if this man-made disease stemmed from our own captive distress?
Paddling like the dickens in hospitality
The hot-headed chef is a well known icon, but how truly hospitable is the hospitality industry that prizes keeping up appearances over all else?
Self-empowerment, Self-love, Stress, Shift work, Anxiety, Connection
Anxious much? How anxiety could be affecting your physical health and the one simple thing you can do about it.
Exhaustion and burnout ... let's take responsibility
Can we really blame work for us feeling exhausted and burnt out? Or is there more to the stresses and challenges of modern day working life that we can actually take responsibility for and not feel so exhausted.
Exhaustion, Work stress, Stress, Sleep, Lifestyle, Vitality, Burnout
Beating Anxiety Gentle Breath Meditation®
Meditation, Breath, Connection, Anxiety, Stress, Conscious presence
Riding the Breath Gentle Breath Meditation®
Meditation, Connection, Breath, Gentleness, Stress, Anxiety, Conscious presence
Esoteric Yoga – yoga for our world today
For many in our world today, stress and anxiety are commonplace. We have lost the ability to be still and know what this is. Esoteric Yoga is a modality that returns us to the divine quality of stillness within.
Stress at work
Stress at work – here we consider: what is stress and is it possible to be stress-free at work? What does self-care at work actually mean? What really constitutes work-life balance?
Why are doctors killing themselves?
Our code of ethics asks us to, “First, do no harm.” So why are doctors killing themselves?
Bullying, Depression, Exhaustion, Fatigue, Health, Medicine, Mental health, Overwhelm, Stress, Well-being, Burnout
Is there such a thing as a job with no stress?
Stress at work has become a normal way of life for almost everyone. In this exposé on work stress we look at why stress is so common at work, and ask is there another way?
Work stress, Work life balance, Time management, Tension, Teamwork, Stress, Shift work, Career, Burnout
The ripple effect of emotions
Emotions in the workplace: what ripple effect do they have on colleagues and customers? What role can you play in stopping this?
How can I care for myself at work?
Work can be very stressful from time to time. If that is the case, how can we care for ourselves at work?
Learning to breathe my own breath again
When you are out of rhythm and breathing does not happen automatically, when you catch yourself repeatedly either holding your breath or breathing very flatly, what do you do?
Period pain: what is our body really telling Us?
An article that explores what may be contributing to the period pain the majority of women are experiencing on a monthly basis and questions the fact that painful periods are normal ?
Menstrual cycle, Menstrual pain, Women's health, Human body, Stress, Youth
Gentle Breath Meditation®: it’s life changing
Sleeping better, reduced stress and anxiety, becoming more vital and productive - yes please! The simplest of breathing techniques has changed these people’s lives.
A simple experiment – a huge fact
Heart Disease is the number 1 killer for men, and stress is attributed as being one of its greatest contributors. But what is underneath our stress, and is it perhaps more self-induced than we realise? Otto Bathhurst undertakes a most interesting experiment.
Suicide in Healthcare – a personal problem or systemic failure?
One look at the suicide statistics for doctors reveals that something is seriously amiss in the state of being of our healthcare providers.
Medicine, Stress, Self-worth, Ill health, Sickness, Exhaustion, Burnout
Women, excessive tiredness and Christmas stress
How many women are left feeling exhausted after the month of December and how long does it take our bodies to recover?
Body awareness, Stress, Exhaustion, Raising children, Well-being, Healthy living
How can Esoteric Yoga help with feeling tired, exhausted, stressed and anxious?
Feeling anxious, tired, exhausted or stressed are common conditions we either live with to varying degrees or have encountered at some point in our lives. This audio explores how Esoteric Yoga supports the body to become calm, rested and still, building resilience to these common symptoms.
An eye for food
The highly sensitive eye is just as susceptible to the poisons of sugar and excess carbohydrates as the rest of the body. The eye responds to stress negatively.
Let's challenge the time tyrant
The best stress management tool is creating an honest working environment where good relationships create motivation and quality productivity.
Communication, Performance management, Productivity, Stress, Teamwork, Time management
Competition and self-esteem: Turning the tide on competition and comparison in schools
Here Judy Felix looks at competition and comparison, the extent to which it has become part our lives, the impact on self esteem and relationships and asks: could there be another way for us to live and be educated?
Mindfulness is not the way back to who you are
The current fad for mindfulness meditation exposed for what it is: a dulling down of the tension we feel in life so that we can function with less feeling of the hurts we are carrying.
Mindfulness, Tension, Stress, Meditation, Connection, Conscious presence
Studying a PhD with a difference makes a difference
Can there be a simple and nurturing way to study without ending up frazzled? Absolutely! The Way of The Livingness and Teachings of Serge Benhayon offer a new way – one where self-care is at the forefront, and with self-care as our foundation, even the sky is not the limit with what we can accomplish.
Bullying and suicide in construction – does building culture need to change?
Building industry culture encourages men to be hard, tough and strong. From the time men enter the industry as an apprentice, they often feel they have no choice but to enjoin this macho culture. Bullying is commonplace. Could this culture be contributing to the unusually high suicide rates in the building industry.
Depression, Burnout, Bullying, Stress, Drugs, Domestic violence, Exhaustion
Singing cells – science and the music of the human body
Tune-in to how your ‘cells are singing’ today – a cacophony or a symphony? Biologist Dianne Trussell on the human body in relation to sound, vibration, expression and wellbeing.
Eating when we are anxious: is anxiety making me fat?
Read how one person stopped overeating and eating unhealthy foods when she was feeling anxious
Over eating, Anxiety, Fat, Losing weight, Stress, Tension, Weight
Turning a blind eye to suicide
Why are the devastating numbers of death by suicide not making front page and news headlines everywhere, every single day? Does it have to be someone we actually love for it to affect and shock us into seeing the reality of how great an issue death by suicide really is?
Tick tock tick tock: time = tension
As I cast my eyes back over the many years of my life, it is now so very clear that one of the biggest triggers of tension in my life has been time and my relationship with it.
The anxiety epidemic
Recognising anxiety in the body; how can I support myself?
Anxiety, Awareness, Healing, Mental health, Overwhelm, Stress
Defining the extent of disengagement in education and its many forms
Disengagement among students is presenting in many different ways, in a variety of behaviours and symptoms. Are we truly seeing how widespread this is or only noting the most disruptive examples?
Yoga of life – to rush or not to rush?
Does it feel like life is one long ‘to do’ list that never seems to end – trying to beat the clock to get it all done? What if there is an innate rhythm of stillness within our body that inspires a quality of movement very different to rushing, bringing a steady presence to our life?
What is the Gentle Breath Meditation®?
The Gentle Breath Meditation® can be done anywhere and is simple to introduce into the rhythm of daily life as a point of re-connecting, restoring inner harmony and as a balance for the external pressures of life.
Meditation, Connection, Breath, Gentleness, Stress, Anxiety, Healthy living
An over-active mind or at-one with the body’s movement
What is it about our mind and thoughts that can leave our body feeling exhausted, or our mind stressed and frazzled? There is a simple way to move that can turn this around 180 degrees.