Feb 11, 2022
The self-talk you engage in regularly is often unkind. You beat
yourself up, hold yourself to unrealistic standards, and focus on
how to always be better. With mindfulness, you can tune in to this
voice and acknowledge these thoughts.
You can also learn to tune in to the things you like about yourself. Even if they...
Jun 5, 2021
This meditation is called affectionate breathing and it should take about 20 minutes to complete.
Please note: your mind will naturally wander. It's very normal, very human. Just notice when your mind has wandered. This is a moment...
May 5, 2021
To practice gratitude, we sometimes have to consider the ways in which a positive event may never have happened in the first place. We will then shift our focus back to reminding ourselves that this event actually did happen - taking in all the benefits that it has brought us - all of the beautiful moments and...
Apr 22, 2021
Dr. Rick Hanson, the esteemed psychologist and mindfulness
teacher, points out that the brain has a negativity bias.
The mind naturally clings to unpleasant experiences in order to “brace” you and protect you from danger.
By actively seeking out moments of joy, you encourage the brain to shift that bias.