Every second of every day we are bombarded by thoughts, feelings, emotions, worries, fears, ideas, daydreams, and more.
This is a Metta Meditation practice for cultivating kindness.
When it comes to supporting the mental health of our friends, coworkers, and loved ones, we need to tap into a different set of skills.
Humans are incredibly social creatures, but we’re out of practice. There are also new norms we’re all adjusting to.
The truth is, most of the people practicing meditation around the world are just like you.
Scientifically speaking, happiness isn’t just something that happens to you. It’s also something cultivated by you.
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.
Changing our perspective is a skill, and once we develop that skill we can make some real magic happen.
In this self-check-in exercise, we’re going to take a few minutes and get in tune with how we’re feeling.
Let’s discuss the importance of self-talk and how we can flip the script on the negative voice inside our heads.