In February Peace Revolution, represented by Peace Architect Manuela Puscas, went to beautiful Budapest for the first time. Over 120 people of amazing diversity joined the events, from fifth graders and students to university professors, hypnosis and Gestalt therapists, yoga teachers, economists and other professionals, trainers, social workers and local NGO members.
“Our happiness depends on the habit of mind we cultivate,” as Norman Vincent Peale emphasises in “The Power of Positive Thinking”. Ask yourself what is positive thinking? Write it down.
I was born in the 80s. That generation who grew up at the same time that communication technology was developing at full speed. As we were getting older, new computers, music-players and phones were successfully launched on the market every day.
How does being empathetic make you feel? Does it come easy to you to resonate with another’s feelings? What is empathy after all? Contemporary researchers differentiate between two types of empathy.
Do you want to build stronger relationships with your family members and friends? Here are some tips we put together for you.
Who am I? Do I have a purpose in this lifetime? How do I find what makes me happy? Have you ever asked yourself these questions? Every other month I used to ponder on these subjects. The practice of mindfulness and meditation came as a relief: it gave me hints to who I really am …
World military expenditure in 2012 was estimated to $1756 billion, representing 2.5 per cent of global gross domestic product (GDP) or $249 for each person in the world, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. By end-2013, 51.2 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, generalised violence, or human …
This is a promise to myself and to all the peace seeking friends all around the world. I will wake up tomorrow morning and start this peaceful, joyful journey. My start up quotation is: “if not me, who? if not now, when?”
When it’s comes to any kind of relationship, we all have something to say. It doesn’t matter how experienced you are, for sure you have some ideas on love and you share them in many different ways. With so much discussions going around this topic, a mindful, realistic and integral perspective is something that is missing.
I am thinking, how social are we nowadays? We share a lot of things on Facebook, we connect through LinkedIn, we post on Twitter. But does all this make us social?