Posts tagged breath
Dealing With Negative Thoughts After Messing Up

I’ve noticed that worries and frustrations are more productive when I use the surge of excitation to consider what I can learn from the situation and after reflecting, put my energy into forgiving myself and engaging with matters existing in the present moment.

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3 Simple and Quick Exercises to Find More Calm Today

We may not feel like we have the time to sit down for a 20 minute meditation session, but the following simple and quick mindfulness exercises can help us de-clutter our mind and find some calm during our day.

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10 Ways to Defuse Negative Thoughts

There are many wonderful things about life, but it's also painful and difficult by its very nature. Through hundreds of millions of years of evolution, our ancestors developed survival strategies, which have been effective at keeping us alive and leading us to pass on our genes, but also cause us to feel nervous, hassled, driven, sad or inadequate under certain circumstances. 

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A **Partial** Manifesto for Self-Love

So even though I've been plagued by self-doubt lately, this doesn't mean I've regressed or failed or lost something. Framing it that way is just another way to beat up on myself. And it's funny, it almost feels like it's noble or something to beat up on myself: like it's better to just fess up and be like "no, look, I do suck."

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Use Your Hands to Help you Meditate Anywhere: 5 Minute Guide with Cobi Konadu

Cobi Konado, a certified yoga instructor, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and Reiki Level 2 practitioner shares a simple 5 minute meditation that focuses on touch. She shows how we can use our hands to harmonize our energy in our body.

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