When certain areas in your live does not seem to improve, the best to deal with it, instead of clinging on the new purchase, or achievement would be to invest in yourself, in your spiritual self.
- Thanks to my new roommate, since she’s the book owner, I started reading “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle. I still have not finished but definitely recommend to those “who questioned who and/or what are the voices in our head? Am I what I think?? I think; therefore I’m? Can I change?”
- Second tip of this chilly rainy weekend in New York is the Mindfullness Summit, done online, and free for 31 days.
“About the Summit
The summit is a not-for-profit project with a mission to make mindfulness mainstream. Why are we doing this? Because we believe the peace, balance and compassion found through mindfulness has the capacity to change the whole world from within.”
There’s still time to participate. Here’s How To Access The Talks Now:
The first time you access a summit session you’ll be asked to create your ‘Free Summit Access Pass’ for the month. This opens the door to the online conference, similar to you being given a wristband when you arrive at a physical conference. Everyone who arrives at the summit for the first time will need to create a password for their free access.
When you see the pop up, simply enter your email, full name and create a password. Make sure to keep a record of your password to log in again later if you try to access from another device.
Click here: TheMindfulnessSummit.com/sessions/live