In today’s article, we’re going to peel back the layers that make up Impostor Syndrome and tackle each of them head on!
For over a year my partner watched as I became more withdrawn and continued to suffer from panic attacks. Here’s what I wish we had both known…
Our sensory system is not made up of 5 senses, as is commonly thought, but of 8. What’s more, our bodies and decisions are ruled by our senses. Whatever we like or dislike doing is because of our senses. Because of this, by getting to know your senses better, you can get to know yourself better and rediscover the environment you live in. Thus, you may take another step towards compassion.
On behalf of our brothers, sons, and fathers, we need to acknowledge and work through the culture of shame that stunts mens’ ability to be more emotionally involved and vulnerable within their family structure.
Do you really want to be happy? That seems like a silly question, but in today’s post I’ll walk us through the ways in which we as humans actually prevent ourselves from experiencing more joy and satisfaction in our day to day lives.
What would it take to face your greatest fear? So many of us have our fears looming over us all day, unable to move forward or take the steps we want to because we’re afraid. So how we can use meditation to help us overcome those fears?
Forgiveness may be the most powerful act of self-love as it has the power to heal. Let’s take a look at how to turn pain and discomfort into self-awareness and growth.
In just 8 weeks one Meditopia member was able to transform one of her biggest emotional hurdles and she’s offered to tell her story.
You’re not the only one to ever experience failure. The way you perceive failure determines how it affects you. So, here are some tips on how you can change your perspective on it.