Mindfulness is a type of meditation in which you focus on being intensely aware of what you’re sensing and feeling in the moment.
Here at Rndcipher, we aim to find tailored techniques for you to put into practice.
Result based programs are almost like a “Gym” for your mind.
Mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment, with all of your senses. It is an awareness of yourself and everything around you. It is not something that we do naturally, it has to be developed. And the best tool for developing it is to practice meditation.
There is now a huge amount of research showing the benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation, demonstrating it can:
– reduce stress and anxiety
– reduce stress-related health issues
– improve our concentration and memory
– develop thinking creatively and flexibly
– slow down aging and even build more brain cells.
Also shown is a range of emotional benefits. It can:
– increase our positive emotions
– build resilience
– build empathy and emotional intelligence
– make us more accepting of ourselves and others
– increase emotional regulation and impulse control and lead to better relationships.
– In conclusion, it leads to a happier life, both for yourself, and those around you.
Bengaluru to Uluru
Born and brought up in southern India, he now finds himself on the other side of the Indian ocean.
He also hosts Present, a space to empty your cup while being in the present. (as a family)
Chiraag received a Master’s degree in Management from Macquarie Graduate School Of Management, Australia. He was a part of Toastmasters International to overcome his fear of public speaking and then later transitioned into leadership positions such as the Area Director in Sydney, Australia.
He has also practised meditation for more than 2 years and has studied many, Indian and Western takes on spirituality. He had a major transformation after undertaking 500 hours yoga teacher training from meditation teacher in Nepal.
Chiraag self published his first book at the age of 25 after a powerful experience at the Byron Bay lighthouse. He attributes this book as the moment the duality seized to exist.
His interests cover a wide range of topics— philosophy, religion, meditation practise and his meaning of being a Sanātani, focusing on “how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live.”
The app is for anyone who wants to be of service to the less fortunate with a mixture of science.