If we change the ingredients our brains use to build emotions, we can have control over the emotions themselves.
Mindful moments offer a way to reap some of the benefits of a meditation practice in just a few quick minutes.
This challenge is designed for unpacking, sorting, and releasing your negative thoughts and worry.
Spiritual teacher and author Eckhart Tolle sums it up nicely; “In today’s rush we all think too much, seek too much, want too much, and forget about the joy of just being.”
A whole challenge to do nothing? Sounds like a breeze! Been training for this my whole life!
Doing nothing sounds like a breeze but it actually feels extremely awkward. Here are 7 ways to get started.
A habit-stack is a simple and powerful way to adopt and keep new habits.
Notice-Shift-Savor is designed to flip the switch on our natural habit of negative thinking.
Neuroscientists have a name for the automatic pattern of pessimism that we fall into. It’s called the negativity bias.
Writing is a powerful form of mental exercise. Combining it with an intention of gratitude compounds the benefits.