Showing posts with label Meditation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Meditation. Show all posts

Chaos Never Dies Day - November 9

Most of us feel almost every day that the world is full of chaos, mess and that everything is mixed up, full of connections and confused. There are many days dedicated to relieving tension and calm, to breaking peace from the mess of the world, and the day of Chaos Never Dies that falls on November 9 is one of them.

Chaos Never Dies Day  is meant to tell us that the perfect and quiet world we all aspire to simply does not exist, has never existed and will never exist. There are too many creatures and objects and energy forces in the world and everyone turns to their side and everything mixes and binds to each other so the chance of a bit of silence is completely unlikely. Instead of fighting this fact, this special day has come to tell us that we must accept it. We need to understand it but make the most of the day, the chaos and the world as it is and just take a relaxing break.

The history of Chaos Never Dies Day 

Chaos is a state of disorder or confusion, and it appears in every aspect of human experience even before the term is even created.

In Greek mythology, chaos is the source of all that exists, the formless primordial matter made of a jumble of the four basic elements of the world: earth, air, water and fire, from which the first gods and the first world division were formed. In fact, chaos, confusion and disorder existed even before our universe was created, making them an integral part of our lives. If it reminds you of anything, it is the chaos described in the book of Genesis, before the creation of the world.

Chaos theory is a branch of mathematics, weather forecasting, physics, economics and philosophy, which describes many systems, which even when all the laws governing them are known, cannot be predicted to develop in the long run. These systems are called dynamic systems, and are highly sensitive to minimal changes in starting conditions. This phenomenon is known in pictorial language as the "butterfly effect".

The origin of "Chaos Never Dies Day" is unknown. Apparently got lost in the mess. But many people are spreading this idea that is reconcile with the fact and slowing down, taking a break and enjoying quiet time with themselves.

There is a whole industry of products designed to release stress. Spa treatments, meditations, yoga and more. All of these things help relieve stress, but that does not mean that the chaos in our lives has stopped if we have fallen asleep in the bath with oils and soap bombs or put a mask on our face. The chaos never dies.

Chaos can have different meanings for different people: for some it's a busy day on the work schedule, for some it's navigating a big, bustling city. For others, the chaos is a noisy family dinner. No matter what your specific chaos, the key to enjoying life is to embrace the confusion and face it head on. Here comes the day of chaos never dies - it is completely dedicated to complete and enjoy the chaos in the world around us.

Mother meditates in the children's mess

November 9 is also World Freedom Day

Garden Meditation Day - May 3

One of the things that can soothe the best mind in life is to cultivate a garden. It does not matter if it is in the yard of a private house or on the balcony of an apartment, a green garden is peaceful and contributes to health and the more well-kept it is, the better. The quiet dripping sound of the water, the buzz of the insects pollinating the flowers, the chirping of the birds among the trees, it all makes you feel like you have a piece of mid-life paradise. So what better place to sit and relax and meditate?

Garden Meditation Day encourages us to take time and enjoy our decency by connecting to our self.
Garden Meditation Day was developed by C.L., known as "Lady Garden" from At her site you will see her great devotion to the wonders of the plant world and the wonderful things we can do in our home with gardens. She believes that gardens can help connect us to ourselves and the natural world, and also to each other in deep and exciting ways. That is why she decided to set up a whole month of holidays in honor of the gardens, and the day of meditation in the garden is one of those days.

Gardens have a long history that is found in every country and time period around the world. Throughout history gardens have been used for many purposes, from simple backyard gardens used as playgrounds for family games and parties, to extensive and complex gardens, designed just and called 'official gardens', such as gardens of royal and noble families that were a magnificent display of their high status.
Even if you have a small and modest garden, the green it brings into your life can give you lots of peace in the middle of the stressful day activities and the meditation day in the garden is designed to sit you in your garden and relax through meditation.

How to celebrate Meditation Day in the Garden?
Meditation has a long history as a way to calm our minds and spirits, and garden meditation truly connects you to nature and humanity at the same time. You can enter the garden for a private moment of self-observation, or you can join others in meditations in public gardens organized all over the world. Want to spread the love of gardening and maybe show off a little in your garden? You can organize a meditation in your private garden and invite friends and family to come and join you for a day of relaxation and peace of mind.

Floor Pillow, Square Meditation Pillow

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