Meditation coach Andy Glickman used his mindfulness know-how to help him with his dating life.(Photo courtesy of Andy Glickman) Andy Glickman decided he’d had enough.Here are Meet Mindful CEO Amy Baglan's five rules for mindful dating online and in real life. The founder and CEO of Meet Mindful (and previously, yoga event company Yoga Dates) was inspired to start a new kind of dating platform after dealing with her own frustrations as a single yogi."When I moved to Denver I was taking yoga classes four or five days a week, and everyone was sitting there not talking.
I’d be physically tired, but I could never actually get to sleep; my body would be exhausted but I could never get my brain to quiet down long enough for me to relax and pass out.
Every night became an exercise in what I called “riding the maelstrom” – a mental whirlpool of worst-case scenarios, self-recrimination, anxieties and doubts.
Jordi Lippe-Mc Graw, Yahoo Health: Last year, Andy Glickman decided he’d had enough.
The now-24-year-old realized that his love life essentially consisted of a string of people just looking for superficial or physical relations, with no interest in connecting on an emotional level. Read the original article » We comb the internet, looking for news stories related to all forms of meditation, whether Buddhist or not.
The now-24-year-old realized that his love life essentially consisted of a string of people just looking for superficial or physical relations, with no interest in connecting on an emotional level. “Meditation helped me take control of my life from the inside out,” he tells Yahoo Health.