mindfulness

How to Remarkably Improve Your Life with Minimalism

Simplicity has its beauty, and it always boils down to eliminating the excess in our lives. And yet media and society try hard to convince us that having more stuff should be the goal and the answer to anything. But is having more actually improving the quality of our lives? Do more possessions add real value to our days? Do more commitments in our diaries help us feel less overwhelmed? Does always chasing the latest gadget on the market helps us feel happier? Hang on, is having more even feasible, especially for those of us who are struggling to make ends meet and pay monthly bills on time? Many people can barely afford enough, let alone more. That's where Minimalism can help to remarkably improve your life on all levels.... Read More...

How to Boost Your Willpower & Improve Self-Control

The number one obstacle between us and the things we want in life or the circumstances we hope to change is our mind - especially, the willpower and self-control we exercise with it. Tackling them is the first step to enhancing the quality of life overall. Check out these following techniques to improve your willpower and self-control:... Read More...

Why the Little Things are a Big Deal

Today I want to talk to you about being mindful of the little things. When was the last time you sat down with a drink and were present in that moment? Not fretting about something, chatting away or on your phone with your nose glued to a screen?... Read More...

Can Yoga and Psychedelics Improve Your Mental Health?

Americans saw yoga and psychedelic drugs as equally valid routes to spiritual fulfillment and mental health. As the San Francisco Oracle put it in 1965: “Yoga and psychedelics. Different means, same end.”  Supple bodies were related to healthy minds. Many felt that tripping out and artful poses led to new perspectives.... Read More...

This Phrase Will Help You Overcome all Your Fears

Our desire to protect ourselves can be both our strength and growing edge, at the same time. My fear is my strength when it acts as an inner safety manager and allows me to protect myself from people and situations that might hurt me. My fear becomes my growing edge when I permit it to keep me from making career and personal choices that are life-giving. Our fear can serve us well in life, as long as we don’t let it control all our decisions.... Read More...

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