Your beliefs are shaped by your actions and experiences. You express your true beliefs through what you do, not through what you say you believe.
Negative thoughts can be destructive and disruptive, but faking positivity feels just as bad. Here’s a 5-step process to extract yourself from negative thoughts without faking positivity.
The NYC Subway system is predictable in its unpredictability. Last minute changes and reroutings can test our patience. Here’s how mindfulness helped me navigate a more calm commute.
The stigma attached to mental health issues won’t go away until we change our language. Health is health. The body, mind, and emotions are connected.
What we see shapes our beliefs, which influence our emotions, thoughts and actions. The problem is that what we see isn’t always real. It’s an illusion.
The mind doesn’t come with an “off” switch. But with the right intervention you can slow down your spinning mind.
When it comes to meditation, what’s a myth and what’s the truth? After 500 consecutive days of meditation practice, I’ve started to figure it out. Today I’m sharing the top 3 meditation myths.