If we can surround ourselves with the 5 elements each day, our mental well-being significantly improves.
Feel your bare feet on the ground and take in fresh energy straight from the earth. Grounding for 5-10 minutes a day helps to regenerate the body and calm the mind.
Feel our oneness with fire. Getting lost among the flames takes you straight into a place of no-mind. It connects us to the spirit world.
Feel water around your body. Salt water can be extremely cleansing. If you’re brave enough to experience the shock of the cold ocean every day, your mental health will thank you for it. For most of us, a shower will have to do!
Space and air. Get outside and feel the breeze against your face. Observe how the trees sway and the life in our external world. Use the breath to create space within the body for new fresh energy to enter. Dispel any stagnant or stuck energy by shifting it with the power of breathing.
Home in Ireland for just another 4 weeks if anyone would like to avail of the opportunity to experience the transformative power of the connected breath.
I’m running breathwork workshops in Ranelagh, Dublin on the 11/7 from 7.30pm, Louisburgh, Mayo on 20/7 from 11-1pm or Westport, Mayo on the 20/7 from 4-6pm. Tickets €20. If you want to get your journey started faster, there is an online class every Tuesday at 8.30pm for the initial price of €10. Gain a whole new awareness of yourself and your world! #elements#fire#earth#water#space#air#mentalhealth#wellbeingireland#mentalwellbeing#breathwork#malahide#portmarnock#beach#rebirthingbreathwork#connectedbreath#consciousbreathing#travel#tourism#thingstodoireland#holidayireland#thingstodomayo#theconsciousrose 🌹
4 471 July, 2019
One thousand and fifty reasons to visit us at the Corks tomorrow . Buy a drink between 18:00-20:00 for your chance to win a trip for 2 to Dublin or a jackpot of 1,050€ . #visitcologne#holidayireland#jackpot ☘️❤️🍻🍷
0 925 June, 2019
Lough Doon Ring Fort In Co.Donegal. This stone fort, dating back to 3000BC, has walls standing about four and half metres high in places and 3.6 metres thick at the base. It covers the island almost completely. Within the fort are steps terraces and passages.
The ancient ruins of Doon Fort is evidence that this area has been inhabited for many centuries. In 1909 a gold Lunula (a fine piece of decorative jewellery), dating from 1600BC approx., was found in the area between Doon Lough and Narin village. It was found by a man digging turf, who tossed it aside thinking it was from a coffin. That night at the Portnoo hotel he told of his find and a clergyman from Liverpool bought it from him for 30 shillings. It was brought to England and later returned to Ireland and is now on display at the National Museum in Dublin. A replica of this Lunula can be seen in the local Dolmen Centre.