With the million things we have to do every day, how can we still stay healthy and find the time to meditate?
While some people are always looking for ways to be happy, others forbid themselves to be. What brings certain people to believe that they should never be happy? How can we accept happiness in our lives in a healthy manner? These are the questions that we will attempt to answer in this article.
Thoughts on how we can cope with the mass anxiety and emotions created by the coronavirus with a guided meditation.
It might sound a little strange to read the words “sex” and “meditation” in the same sentence. Yet if we dig a little deeper, though, we can see how doing more of one may improve the other. In today’s post, we’ll cover how.
We can be challenged by our emotions from time to time. But when
patterns of negative thoughts arise, we may need to dig deeper inside ourselves
to address the issue.
As we focus on staying positive during overcast winter weather, who better to learn from if not from the happiest people on earth, who coincidentally also have some of the worst weather in the world? There’s a lot we can learn and incorporate from the Danish and their practice of “hygge.