This exercise is very simple, we’re going to pick something in the present to focus our attention on, and keep it there for a few minutes.
In this self-check-in exercise, we’re going to take a few minutes and get in tune with how we’re feeling.
In this guided exercise, Alexandra will show us how to use curiosity to overcome anxiety.
In this emotional control exercise, we’re going to cultivate specific emotions within ourselves.
A shift in our attention allows us the time and space necessary to move out of a mental slump.
We’re going to outline three journal prompts for you to incorporate into your daily routine.
It’s up to us to help normalize conversations about mental health. Here are 5 ways you can get started:
This guided exercise helps us see and understand the connection between attention and thoughts.
This mindfulness exercise is designed to be done in nature, but it will work in other settings as well.
The 4-7-8 breathing method, also known as the relaxing breath, is the perfect portable stress reliever and sleep aid.