Tag: Meditation

  • Five Ways of Finding Everyday Zen

    A circle of friends recently asked me to facilitate a sort of retreat last December 22-23, 2017, in which I accepted as a challenge. The Divine Mercy Shrine in Lake Sebu was a conducive venue for retreatants who want solitude and silence. With my own experience of different retreats for small and big groups of…

  • Five Reasons Why You Should Meditate

    There is always a reason why meditation is important and being practiced in many cultures – because of its unlimited benefits. Meditation has effects many aspects – physical, mental, emotional, psychological and spiritual areas. You might ask, “is it really worth it for me to meditate?” The answer is definitely, “yes.” Meditate to sharpen your…

  • What is Meditation

    Before I answer the previous questions on what are the types of Meditation, I would like to discuss first the typical meaning of meditation. Most 21st century young people may think that meditation is an exotic practice of mystics, religious, yogis and “weird” people. I asked my students regarding this practice and they can’t even…

  • The Benefits of Practicing Meditation

    Positive discipline was mentioned on my previous article which I promised to post regularly.  It is intended to promote positive discipline in the classroom as one way of facilitating and managing the class. As a teacher, I find it necessary to engage oneself into positive discipline. Corporal punishment is not effective anymore, thus it must…

  • Introducing Positive Discipline in the Classroom and in Self Too

    From now on, I would like to introduce and promote ways how to effectively implement positive discipline in the classroom as one of the transformative ways of holistic learning instead of imposing corporal punishment. Long ago, corporal punishment is used to manage pupils and students until studies revealed more effective ways to transform them, helping…

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