Mindful Living Barbados' Introduction To Operation Prefrontal Cortex

Last November, part of our team attended Mindful Living Barbados, in beautiful Bridgetown, Barbados, with the intention of learning more about the country, mindfulness, meditation, self-care, the human condition, mindfulness programs that are similar to Operation Prefrontal Cortex in North America and the Caribbean, and more.


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Blackness In North America

This article features my photographs of the recent solidarity marches and protests in Toronto, which have all been peaceful, and which have been organized by a group called Not Another Black Life, Black Lives Matter Toronto, and others.


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The Implications of The COVID-19 Pandemic

As it became evident to me that the COVID-19 pandemic had become a life-altering phenomenon on a global scale, soon after I received news that the NBA’s regular season had been canceled on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, I began to think about writing an article on it and its many implications.


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The Early Stages of Operation Prefrontal Cortex

Early on in my career, after I moved back to Toronto from studying at The University of Western Ontario, which is now known as Western University, I quickly realized that there was a lot of competition amongst photographers, cinematographers, and artists of all kinds in Toronto and that learning strictly through trial and error would not be enough for my career to progress in a way that was sustainable, financially or otherwise.


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Calm Stories: Meet Ajani

This past spring, I was given the opportunity to speak about the ways in which I have used the Calm app to improve my life and career (through the cultivation of mindfulness), on-camera, for the first time.


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232 Hours: How I Used The Calm App To Cultivate Mindfulness In My Career

The sun baked my dark skin during an unusually hot day in Toronto, as I looked up at the clouds through my aviator glasses. I marveled at their beauty and impermanence, perhaps seeing in the clouds what I could not see in myself at the time. 


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