How was your day? Has it been a stressful one? There are days which are more tiring than the rest, more exhausting to a point.
Stress is a problem for many people in our modern society, but it’s especially problematic for anyone who is recovering from drug or alcohol addiction.
The Inter-World is full of beautiful people and many rabbit holes to get lost in. Since I have made a decision to make writing my
Photo courtesy of Pexels. Stress is a universal human experience. While it manifests differently for each individual, one thing remains the same: everyone feels stress
Have you ever reacted to something in anger? We all have. Typically, these are the reactions we regret most. But we can’t always help ourselves.
When was the last time you gave your brain a rest? Can you remember a time when you were not regretting the past or worrying
At the beginning of December we had ‘Giving Tuesday’ — an attempt to create a sense of genuine giving as we hurtle towards Christmas —
Mindfulness of Breathing Meditation This is an experiment in translating the guided meditation process into writing. It’s not a replacement for actual seated meditation, but
I spent most of 2014 meditating in the Arizona desert seven months of silence and solitude. Then I moved to New York City. After all
Random acts of kindness tend to take us by surprise. For some reason, it’s easy to take the indifference of others as a given, a
Here’s one thing that might be missing from your definition of mindfulness. The term mindfulness has been mentioned everywhere from front cover TIME Magazine to speeches
On childhood summer evenings I’d sit by the breeze of my open bedroom window listening to the symphony of the season. The laughter of those
When time and weather permits, I enjoy walking various trails along the Hudson River in upstate New York. Once I’ve found a particularly beautiful, secluded
Would you go hiking without headphones? I would prefer not to. For context, headphones are on my list of “things I can’t do without” on
The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance. TalentSmart has conducted research with more than
I’ve had, what some people might consider, a series of professionally successful years, with my fair share of setbacks along the way. Generally though, I’ve
“Your body is precious. It is your vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care.” Ever since I started blogging in September 2012, I haven’t had
A Tibetan Buddhist monk took in 33 orphans after an earthquake in 2010 and now he is looking after 170 children. Lama Lobsang originally started
Dear Friends, For many years of my life I struggled to bring the light of love and awareness into the pain and anguish of being
Each of us has an ever-faithful companion-presence. Something that is always with us. Something that helps us live with inner integrity and depth, to see
Begin Within by Ginny Hamilton The weekend after my only child turned one, I climbed into the passenger seat of a friend’s car and headed
ABC News anchor, Dan Harris, had a panic attack on live TV back in 2004. What was the most embarrassing moment of his life also
Self-Love Morning Routine – (How To) by Alison Cebulla In 2012 I gave myself a challenge: I couldn’t say anything negative about anyone else or
How Gratitude and Kindness Go Together for Brain-Changing Happiness by Kellie Edwards (Meditation teacher and psychologist) You are probably not interested in my personal opinions