This brief meditation is designed to help you find a deep sense of gratitude. Set aside a quiet time during which you can reflect on some of the many things you could be thankful for.
To make the most of your life, to nourish the causes of happiness for yourself and others, it takes strength, clear intentions, and persistent effort. This post explores how to establish powerful intentions and sustain the commitment to see them come true.
Breath is the most important practice taught by Leo Babauta. Here’s how to let everything breathe.
Over millions of years of evolution, it was more important for our ancestors to react to threats than to opportunities. This led to a negativity bias that we still have to overcome today. One of the ways to do this is through taking in the good.
Our lives become filled, even controlled, by the things we think we need to do. We think we can’t live without these things, but actually, we can. We can opt out.
Everything we are aware of, including our own sense of self, has a one-to-one correspondence with underlying, physical, brain structures and processes. Learning more about the brain helps us understand our emotional states. Here are seven facts about the brain that incline the mind to joy.
Have you ever thought of the present moment as a loved one? I’ve been working with this thought lately, and I find it helpful. Here’s how to improve your relationship with the present moment.
By visualizing a future and then turning around to look back at the past you can trick the brain, sometimes jarring open a fresh clarity about those things that matter most. Here’s a powerful way to find your purpose