Max Munson teaching the Wim Hof Method

Also posted on the Prague Monitor here. The past two years have been difficult for many of us. The lockdowns, isolation, endless debates and ever-changing rules all contributed to feelings of being overwhelmed and losing control of our lives. Reality itself seemed uncertain. People handled this in various ways, not all of them healthy (yes, my alcohol consumption increased noticeably). Most of us know that escapism is not the way to go; facing your fears and worries head-on is the only way to overcome them. But that’s a difficult step to take, or at least it was for me. I managed to do it, though it left me wondering what else I could do to take back control of myRead more.

A person ridden with insecurities can achieve paramount success if only they knew how to get over it. The fear, jealousy, ego, apathy and selfishness that govern us today are stopping us from reaching our true potential, stopping us from experiencing that inner peace. To add to the challenges, humanity is facing its toughest test ever with the global pandemic. Feels like the chaos is right at our doorstep! The external disturbances demand an internal shift in our mindset, perspective and approach towards life. One solution for all our problems – TRANSFORMATION. The transformation that we are talking about is a permanent shift within that fosters a positive state of mind that helps experience happiness, joy, peace and love. MaitreyaRead more.


With the current phase of COVID-19 restrictions coming to an end on March 21st, Czech officials will be discussing what’s in store for the country moving forward.  According to health minister Jan Blatný, a few small things will be relaxed but the ban on movement between districts will probably remain in place. “Most likely, we’ll consider relaxing some of the more stringent measures. In particular, there’s a possibility that we’ll give some lenience for leisure activities. I will definitely not recommend cancelling the measure that restricts the movement between individual districts.”  Jan Hamáček, minister of the interior, echoed Blatný. “It’s possible that we’ll allow movement within the district for the purpose of recreation.” Czech authorities will also be buying moreRead more.