Meditation is like Lu Jong another tool to manage our emotions and thoughts- to connect body, mind and our energy. Helping you to answer the question:

„Where are you, where your thoughts are or where your body is?“

The travel to more health and clearness of our mind starts with our decision to take care of our resources, to train and to develop them. We need a balance between what we do and what we don´t do. Our life has such a speed, that most of us die without having lived the life we wanted. With the training of mindfulness- mediation you stop living in forgetfulness. Not being aware what is going on in you and around you causes many problems and causes a very complicate life.

„You are what you've been and you´ll be what you´re doing.“ (Buddha) 

 

Mindfulness is the ability, we already have in us, to understand, what is happening, while it is happening. 

Mindfulness- Meditation is a method training your mind. You always think too much. Too much thinking is the game of the intellect and makes you weak, producing afflictions, doubts and anger. In meditation thoughts don't disturb the mind any longer. With meditation you learn to observe your thoughts and let them go like white clouds in the blue summer sky. 

Calming the mind improves your health, your wellbeing, happiness and clearness, even in the middle of big difficulties and challenges.

Meditation is neither special nor strange. The sense is to become aware of your life, in all levels, private, business, politics and global. Why?

„The present is the child of the past and the mother of the future“ (Tulku Lobsang)

 

Mindfulness- Meditation supports you to enjoy the ability of your senses. Listening to fine music, observing a butterfly, touching the earth while walking on the seaside, smelling fresh air, tasting a nice cup of tea ...that's the way to keep the happy hormones alive. Happiness and health are very close each other.

„You are full of potential and everything you need is inside you. Realizing this is the greatest blessing you will ever receive.“ (Tulku Lobsang)