What makes you angry? Do other emotions crop up for you alongside feelings of anger? Here are some strategies you can use to both understand and manage them!
Today, let’s take a look together at how we can, step by step, relearn connecting with ourselves, living in balance with who we are, those around us, and our environment.
Labels are the descriptors we give the people in our lives and to the events we experience. By accepting the life you live, you can lessen their sometimes restrictive impact and increase the good feelings within yourself. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the relationship between a label-less life and feeling good!
Explore how to observe your thoughts in this article. Just one thought at a time. Notice and observe your thoughts as they come and go.
Have you ever heard of the words “Pranayama” or “Prana”? Besides its countless benefits, Pranayama, also helps to regulate our body and mind through controlled breathing techniques as well. Discover three of those techniques in this article.
Children, just like adults, experience complex emotions from an early stage. They get disappointed, excited, nervous, scared, anxious, angry, jealous, and embarrassed from time to time. While some emotions are experienced more intensely now and then, from a developmental perspective, emotions become more complex, especially as age progresses.
Parenthood is like an open invitation for our child to accompany us on our inner journey. While our children fill us with a love beyond our dreams, they may also reveal unaddressed, latent feelings of anger, impatience, and intolerance. While experiencing these feelings may be uncomfortable, they can also provide potential opportunities for growth and deeper connection to our bodies.
Wondering what mindfulness meditation is and how you can practice it? In this article, you’ll learn about the benefits of mindfulness meditation, related books, and details about meditation music. Let’s explore mindfulness meditation together!