In modern society, despite having advanced technology and abundant food resources, the fast pace of life has led to a decline in our physical and mental well-being. Professor John McGrath and his research team from the Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland conducted a large-scale study across 29 countries, predicting that mental health disorders will become mainstream chronic illnesses and tend to affect younger populations in the future. In addition to mental health issues, the global prevalence of diseases such as hypertension, stroke, and diabetes is also increasing.

Therefore, we aim to improve your physical and mental well-being by offering various sharing and experiential activities that help you find balance in your busy life.

grateful

because life is a miracle.

“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so” – Shakespeare

Master Your Mind

Some shares to help you master your mind amidst a busy life, please stay tuned to our social media platforms for more information.

The most popular positive psychology professor at Harvard University

Tal Ben-Shahar : is an Israeli-American author, lecturer, and professor specializing in positive psychology and leadership. He gained popularity as a lecturer and instructor at Harvard University, where he taught the most popular course in the university’s history, “Positive Psychology” and “The Psychology of Leadership.” Ben-Shahar is known for his emphasis on happiness, personal fulfillment, and well-being. He has written several books, including “Happier: Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment” and “Choose the Life You Want: 101 Ways to Create Your Own Road to Happiness.”

Most important to me ?

Life is not always smooth sailing, and it’s normal to feel lost or lacking motivation. Taking the time to reflect on what is most important to you can definitely help you clarify your goals and provide you with the motivation to keep moving forward.

Feel free to share the planning diagram with your family and friends.

Upcoming Event (Wellness Retreat)

Different themed activities, including experiencing Buddhist philosophy, practicing meditation and mindfulness, physical training, and immersing oneself in nature, can help enhance your overall well-being and promote the health of your mind, body, and spirit.

*Please note that all activities will be open for reservation from 27 May 2024, please stay tuned for further updates.

China :
Yoga Retreat in China (Guilin | 3 days 2 nights)
A : 05 – 07 Jul
B : 09 – 11 Aug
C : 13 – 15 Sep

Zen in Bamboo Sea (Hangzhou | 5 days 4 nights)
A : 15 – 19 Aug
B : 14 – 18 Sep
C : 18 – 22 Oct

Egypt (Please Stay tuned for further updates.)
A : 24 Dec 2024 – 02 Jan 2025 (TBC)

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