How Mindfulness Changes the Way You See the World


The real meditation is how you live your life. In order to live life fully, you have to be present for it. To be present, it helps to purposefully bring awareness to your moments – otherwise you may miss many of them. You do that by paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally to whatever is arising inwardly and outwardly.


It helps to keep in mind that good or bad, pleasant or unpleasant, the present moment is the only time any of us are alive. Therefore, it’s the only time to learn, grow, see what is really going on, find some degree of balance, feel and express emotions such as love and appreciation, and do what we need to do to take care of ourselves – in other words, embody our intrinsic strength and beauty and wisdom -even in the face of pain and suffering.


We bring awareness to our moments only as best we can. We are not trying to create a special feeling or experience – simply to realize that this moment is already very special – because you are alive and awake in it. So there are always new moments to open up to if we miss some. We do all this with a huge amount of self-compassion.


You are not your thoughts or opinions, your likes or dislikes. They are more like weather patterns in your mind that you can be aware of – like clouds moving across the sky – and so don’t have to be imprisoned by. Befriending yourself in this way is the adventure of a lifetime, and hugely empowering.

What People are Saying


Margarita Reyes

Facilitator The Conflict Resolution
Group Mediator,
National Center for Mediation

“Parkash was my co-coach during our Teach Mindfulness course. I have learned tremendously from his valuable insights in our class and sessions together. His commitment on the importance and cultivation of mindfulness as a way of life, was further enhanced in me, professionally and as a human being.”


MJ Crave

Former Nurse Trainee at Southern
Philippines Medical Center (DMC)
Studied Nursing Management and
Leadership at University of the Visayas

“We had a free workshop with Parkash and it really helped me! I was enlightened. It really changed how my brain works now; to have that balance in between on-the -go and just being live in the moment. AWESOME!”


John Climatoria

Businessman, Father of 2 sons,
Lives in Davao City

“Spiritual coaching equals to years of healing therapy coupled with yoga and mind over matter control in one. With Dr. Parkash, the self becomes insightful — euphoric even. Truly, the finest gift you could give yourself is yourself.”


Hiyas Salazar

Traveling English Teacher,
Spiritual Enthusiast, Constant
Student, and wannabe Writer.
Self-Employed Lives in
Davao City, Philippines

“Mindfulness helps me find myself again specially in rough times I feel preoccupied about the thoughts running inside my head. I may not be able to live a very mindful life but as I progress along the practice of being mindful of the present moment I am able to pick up myself (more quicker this time) from getting down or confused than I had before.”

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