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.
Today we’re going to explore how to set an intention of gratitude to get more out of your daily exercises.