We have been running. Head and heart first. For a very long time. The explosive growth of the world economy has made us all run at a speed like never before. Our forefathers knew nothing of such speed and our bodies have yet to catch up with it. We have fastidiously created economies and neglected… Continue reading Mindfulness for the Self
We are going through a time of collective despair. The combined impacts of a pandemic, natural disasters and patriarchy-, racism- and caste-based violence can be overwhelmingly difficult to process. As we come face to face (not for the first time) with the lack of empathy and cruelty that human beings are capable of and how… Continue reading Keeping Hope Alive in a Messed Up World
“We are all dealing with the collective loss of the world we knew” ~ David Kessler, grief expert, in brene brown's "unlocking us" podcast The past couple of months have been difficult for us all. As we face the daily challenges of COVID-19, and experience natural disasters hitting various parts of the country (like Cyclone Amphan… Continue reading On the Grief We Are Experiencing, and How We Can Cope
By far 2020 has been one hell of an emotional rollercoaster. With the coronavirus outbreak, forcing us to physically distance ourselves from society, it has taken a serious and heavy toll on our physical and mental well-being. As the months go by and the extensions keep getting renewed, it is not unlikely for people to… Continue reading Quarantine With Headphones On
Why is should we take breaks? And how to take breaks when we use busyness to cope with stress? Find out in this article.
During the lockdown, we are often hard on ourselves. This article explains how to empower ourselves through self-compassion, and how this can be especially useful for sports-people.
Gratitude helps us refocus on what we have instead of what we lack. And remember that you can be grateful and disappointed at the same time. It isn’t a black and white picture.
The garments we wear can affect our mental state. These days, most of us are working from home and they clothes we wear can be key to lifting our mood.
Over the past month, quite a few phone conversations I've had have gone like this: “Hello” “Hi” “So, how are things going?” “Okay, I guess…you know, just sitting at home. What’s new with you?” “Same as you…nothing really new to talk about….” Most of the time, we find ourselves repeating the same facts about our… Continue reading Building Connection by Engaging with Stories Together
This post centres around three practices to manage your mental health during the crisis: 1. Setting an intention 2. Checking in with your feelings and 3. Asking for help