Meditation – An important lifestyle

Meditation is the habitual process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts.

The popularity of meditation is increasing as more people discover its many health benefits.

You can use it to increase awareness of yourself and your surroundings. Many people think of it as a way to reduce stress and develop concentration.

People also use the practice to develop other beneficial habits and feelings, such as a positive mood and outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns, and even increased pain tolerance.

1. Meditation reduces stress

2. Controls anxiety

3. Promotes emotional health

4. Enhances self- awareness

5. Lengthens attention span

6. Reduce age- related memory loss

7. Generate kindness

8. Improves sleep

9. Helps control pain

10. Control blood pressure

Meditation is something everyone can do to improve their mental and emotional health. You can do it anywhere, without special equipment or memberships. Alternatively, meditation courses and support groups are widely available. There’s a great variety of styles too, each with different strengths and benefits. Trying out a style of meditation suited to your goals is a great way to improve your quality of life, even if you only have a few minutes to do it each day.


Get a proper sleep at night

Many factors can interfere with a good night’s sleep — from work stress and family responsibilities to illnesses. It’s no wonder that quality sleep is sometimes elusive.

You might not be able to control the factors that interfere with your sleep. However, you can adopt habits that encourage better sleep. Start with these simple tips.

1. Stick to a sleep schedule:- Set aside no more than eight hours for sleep. The recommended amount of sleep for a healthy adult is at least seven hours. Most people don’t need more than eight hours in bed to be well rested.

Go to bed and get up at the same time every day, including weekends. Being consistent reinforces your body’s sleep-wake cycle.

If you don’t fall asleep within about 20 minutes of going to bed, leave your bedroom and do something relaxing. Read or listen to soothing music. Go back to bed when you’re tired. Repeat as needed, but continue to maintain your sleep schedule and wake-up time.

2. Eat and drink:- Don’t go to bed hungry or stuffed. In particular, avoid heavy or large meals within a couple of hours of bedtime. Discomfort might keep you up.

Nicotine, caffeine and alcohol deserve caution, too. The stimulating effects of nicotine and caffeine take hours to wear off and can interfere with sleep. And even though alcohol might make you feel sleepy at first, it can disrupt sleep later in the night.

3. Creating a restful environment:- Keep your room cool, dark and quiet. Exposure to light in the evenings might make it more challenging to fall asleep. Avoid prolonged use of light-emitting screens just before bedtime. Consider using room-darkening shades, earplugs, a fan or other devices to create an environment that suits your needs.

Doing calming activities before bedtime, such as taking a bath or using relaxation techniques, might promote better sleep.

4. Limiting daytime naps:- Long daytime naps can interfere with nighttime sleep. Limit naps to no more than one hour and avoid napping late in the day.

However, if you work nights, you might need to nap late in the day before work to help make up your sleep debt.

5. Including physical activity in daily routine:- Regular physical activity can promote better sleep. However, avoid being active too close to bedtime.

Spending time outside every day might be helpful, too.

6. Manage your worries:- Try to resolve your worries or concerns before bedtime. Jot down what’s on your mind and then set it aside for tomorrow.

Stress management might help. Start with the basics, such as getting organized, setting priorities and delegating tasks. Meditation also can ease anxiety.

Nearly everyone has an occasional sleepless night. However, if you often have trouble sleeping, contact your health care provider. Identifying and treating any underlying causes can help you get the better sleep you deserve.


The definition of Art:

something that is attractive or reflects important ideas or sentiments, and was made with imagination and talent that is called “Art”.

The study of the nature of art, including ideas like interpretation, representation, expression, and form, is known as philosophy of art. Aesthetics, the philosophical study of beauty and taste, and it are intimately related.

Types of Art:

There are number of types in art. when it comes to visual arts. but. finally there are three types in art.

they are:

1.Decorative art.

2.Commercial art.

3.Fine art.

1.Decorative art:

Any form of art that focuses on designing and embellishing items that are valued more for their functionality than their merely aesthetic features is referred to as decorative art.

Examples of Decorative art:


2.Glass ware.


4.Wood work.


Importance of Decorative art:

The programmed lifestyle of the upper classes of society, which was followed by others, was heavily influenced by ornamental arts. Records of an object’s location and careful descriptions highlight their variety of uses.

2.Commercial Art:

Art produced for business objectives, typically advertising, is referred to as commercial art or the art of creative services. To encourage the sale and interest in goods, services, and ideas, commercial art use a range of venues for spectators.

Examples of commercial art:


2.magazines and news papers.

3.Bill boards and sign boards.

4.telivision commercials.

5.Internet ads

6.Package and labeling goods

Importance of commercial art:

It is their duty to produce visual materials, such as presentations, photographs, and designs, to engage customers with the company’s offerings. For the creation of billboards, book jackets, presentations, Windows displays, and technical catalogues, businesses hire art directors.

3.fine art:

The fine arts—commonly referred to as the performing and visual arts—are distinctive and significant in the academic programme.

examples of fine art:





Importance of fine art:

Students have a creative outlet through arts education, which can help them become better problem solvers. They gain the ability to think creatively and investigate ideas in novel ways. Several of these subjects, including feelings, time, and space, are frequently challenging to teach in a classroom.

The most common elements in art:







principles of Art:

The nine design principles—contrast, emphasis, movement, repetition, proportion, metre, rhythm, balance, unity, and variety—are the cornerstones of artistic creation and the guidelines by which artists must arrange the components of an artwork.



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Today lets take a peek into the life of Anna Freud. She us born in Vienna in 1895. As you might have guessed already she is the daughter of the world renowned psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. She was a pioneer in the field of psychoanalysis and her contributions to the field of child development was unparalleled. You might have thought that growing up with the “father of psychoanalysis” himself would have given her advantage over the field but that was never the case. Lets take a trip down the memory lane.

Early life of Anna Freud

Anna Freud us the youngest of the six children born to Sigmund Freud and his wife Martha Freud. Although her father was a world famous psychologist, her life was far from idyllic. Anna often felt neglected by her father who was always preoccupied with his work. She later wrote that she had to wait until she was an adult to have her father’s attention. Despite these challenges she had a close relationship with her father serving as his secretary and collaborator in the development of psychoanalytical theories. Anna was known to disagree with her father on certain points but she had deep respect and admiration for his work.

Anna was an excellent student and she showed an early interest to the field of psychology. She joined the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society to begin her training from some of the most prominent psychoanalysts of her time. She was particularly interested in working with children and began working with them at a clinic for psychoanalytic treatment.

In 1922 she moved to Berlin to continue her studies and work. It was here that she developed her theories of child psychoanalysis. Her work there was cut short by the Nazi party and she was forced to flee the country in 1938, and settle in London. Here, she established the Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic which later became a leading center for the treatment of children with mental illness. Her whole life was dedicated to the advancement of child psychoanalysis and improving the lives of children with mental illness.

Contributions of Anna Freud to the field of Psychology

Anna Freud have made several significant contributions to the field of psychology lets see a few,

Development of child psychoanalysis: She is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of child psychoanalysis. She developed a unique approach that emphasized on the importance of early childhood experiences and relationship in shaping psychological development. Her work was instrumental in the development of effective treatment methods for children with mental illness.

Establishment of child focused therapy and clinics: She developed the Hampstead Child Therapy Course and Clinic in London, which became a leading center for the treatment of child mental illness. Her clinic became a model for similar institutions all around the world.

Advancement of the Theory of defense mechanism: Defense mechanism is the unconscious process that people use to avoid the feeling of stress and anxiety to protect themselves. The theory was initially founded by Sigmund Freud but it was refined by her. Her works on defense mechanism was groundbreaking at the time and it sill is influential to this day.

The life of Anna Freud is a story of resilience and her passion for psychology led her to becoming one of the most influential figures in modern psychology. Today her work and life continues to inspire and influence mental health professionals across the world.