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Blog, Self development, Wellness / 29.11.2020

Gabrielle Bernstein Bio Gabrielle Bernstein is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, life coach, and international motivational speaker. She ultimately describes herself as a “Spirit Junkie”. She is married to Zach Rocklin and together they have a beautiful son called Oliver. As a life coach, her teachings lean towards the application of the principles from the book A Course in Miracles. Mainly focusing on the practice of self-love, forgiveness, and a holistic approach to spirituality. Her blog tackles issues from spirituality to health, to meditation.  She teaches Kundalini meditation...

Blog, Self development / 22.11.2020

Vishen Lakhiani Bio Vishen Lakhiani is an entrepreneur, a New York Times best selling author and activist born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 1976. He was married to Kristina Lahkiani with 2 kids. As an expert in meditation and personal transformation, he founded Mindvalley, a global education movement that counts over 2 million students worldwide. In the last decade, he created a transformational festival called “A-fest”, Mindvalley Quest (an industry-leading learning platform), and the MindValley University. His mind training techniques and apps have been used by some of the most...

Blog, Self development / 22.11.2020

A vision board is a tool that helps you visualize the goals you want to achieve. It generally consists of a board of any kind on which pictures and quotes representing your dreams are attached. Creating a visual representation of the future you want and placing it in an area of your home you can see often is a great way of keeping yourself motivated. Most often people keep their boards by their bedsides, behind bedroom doors, or on their workstations. Just pick an area you see every day. I...