These journal prompts are designed to cultivate positive emotions which are the building blocks of emotional resilience.
We don’t become resilient overnight. It’s something we have to work on constantly and maintain throughout our lives.
Did you know that acute stress and negative emotions can be good for you? Yes, you read that right.
This guided exercise highlights the muscles of meditation. These muscles might not be obvious, but every time we practice they get stronger.
Meditation is an exercise of the mind and there are certain “muscles” that we build up when we practice.
This meditation will cultivate feelings of self-kindness, connectedness, and gratitude and is designed for beginners.
We all want to be happy. The good news is that we have control over our own happiness.
Taking control of ourselves during a period of stress and anxiety is an incredibly powerful tool, and it starts with the breath.
Today we’re going to learn how to pop out of our own thoughts.
Sometimes, the chatter and thoughts in our heads feel like a calm conversation. Other times, it can feel like a heavy-metal screamo concert.