Posts tagged FOOD & CULTURE
How to Meditate: For Those Who Can't Sit Still

Meditation consists of a series of practices intended to heighten awareness and ignite a deeper connection to oneself. It is a way of transforming the mind, using techniques like mindfulness, to achieve mental clarity and reach an emotional state of calmness. Reaching this level of inner peace comes easily to some, but for many of us, silencing the mind can serve as a challenge.

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How to make deeper connections by becoming a better listener

Listening goes beyond just hearing what others are saying, there is an art behind making deeper, lasting connections with people. When we allow ourselves to be present, we create room to process words without distraction, actively seeking to understand. In life, it is important to treat others the way you want to be treated and a great place to start is with listening.

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Improve your body image with 5 simple mindfulness practices

The most amazing thing about humans is that each of us are completely unique. With the exception of identical twins/triplets/so on, we each have our own genetic makeup, setting us apart from the billions of others on this earth. That’s a pretty cool thought, you are one of a kind! Yet, a lot of us struggle to accept the things that make us different and a lot of people want what they don’t have.

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Wellness | Why is it so hard to be alone?

Both socially and culturally we are encouraged to want to be with others. From a young age we feel the need to belong, be social and fit in. So, why do some of us hate being alone? Well, just as we benefit from the comfort of surrounding ourselves with others, humans also require alone time.

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Food and Culture | From a Kitchen in Punjab

In rural Punjab and Haryana, ‘Sarson Ka Saag‘ and ‘Bajra Khichdi’  are staples in the winter as they keep you warm throughout the night. The rural Punjab and Haryana, ‘Sarson Ka Saag’ and ‘Bajra Khichdi’  are also staple in winter as they keep you warm throughout the day. Since, both Haryana and Punjab are agricultural states, they grow the maximum amount of Sarson (Mustard) in the country, which is used in oils, and the leaves are used in households. Farmers usually eat these for breakfast as it keeps you full for a longer time when working in fields. day.

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