News from the Natural World: How to be more mindful in the face of extinction, Onna the Orangutan creates the perfect list.
Onna the Orangutan was always ahead of the curve. She had her finger on the pulse and knew she was destined for greatness amongst her fellow Orangutans. They were all so miserable, always complaining about how their forest was being chopped down and their nests burnt to the ground. In addition, they banged on and on about how terrible it was being kidnapped and sold to zoo prisons. But Onna had had enough of all this negativity, all those bad vibes. It was just so cynical! Was her species disappearing at an alarming rate? Yes. Was she going to let that ruin her vibe? No! Dive in and discover her tips for mindfulness in the face of extinction;
Block Out the Bulldozers with Meditation
Yes those bulldozers are rather loud and yes they are obliterating everything in their path but taking even just 5 minutes to sit quietly in your tree and follow your breath can help you feel more conscious and connected for the rest of your day.