Mantras are often referred to as the words by which we live. Here, I’ll discuss the significance of mantras and how it can help you, suggest useful mantras, and provide some guidance on creating your own mantra. Like other mindfulness practices and philosophies, mantras have been adopted and adapted by “Western” culture from its ancientContinue reading “Mantras, Words to Live By”
Most introductions to topics of fear and stress in psychology use a hypothetical bear scenario to demonstrate our primitive responses for survival: fight, flight, freeze. I’ll spare you the bear and instead cut to the response itself and the repercussions. When faced with something scary or stressful, the bears of your life, your body releasesContinue reading “7 Starting Points for the Guts & Gore of Fear”
If you take a minute to close your eyes, start imagining each of your friends and work colleagues. Then imagine your partner and your ex-partners (I won’t tell them). Think about some of the characteristics they have that really irritate you, and before you get too worked up, think about some of the characteristics thatContinue reading “Mirrors: How Your Relationships Reflect Who You Really Are”
One practice that has completely transformed the way I connect and communicate with others, with myself, and with reality is ceremony. First I will say, I find that although daily practice can be very rewarding, I have often set myself up for failure in declaring that I will do something every day. I’ll use meditationContinue reading “Transform the Way You Connect”
No matter your knowledge on chakras, I got you. Skeptics welcome. If you aren’t familiar with chakras and want a quick background on their importance and relevance, the next passage is beginner friendly. Otherwise, go deeper by reading on from passage three. How do you know if you need to heal your throat chakra? SomeContinue reading “Speaking True by Thinking Blue: Balance Your Throat Chakra Now to Communicate Better”
Your family dinner table has perhaps five or six generations gathered. As you take your seat, it’s hard to settle in when you’re anticipating someone will cross the threshold of small talk into something a little bit deeper. Why can’t you have a real conversation without worrying about reactions, tension, or even ruining relationships? AfterContinue reading “Family Dinner in a Time of Social Upheaval: 7 Steps to Success”
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