In a world that tells us to push through what’s uncomfortable, Yin yoga invites us to go within, stay with it, and notice how it changes. This is the practice you need right now.
If you can identify the elements present when you find flow states, you can recreate the conditions that get you there. Here is part 2 of a case study with 7 more elements to create flow states.
The first step to increasing your visibility is simple, and also the hardest. Here is how you unconsciously avoid taking it.
A little-discussed challenge in the world of habit change is that everything we do serves a purpose, and that purpose makes it hard to let go of the habit. The same is true of our thoughts. Here are 3 ways your negative thoughts serve you.
It’s the nature of life that we hit busy seasons that may cause us to fall off-track in our daily practices. Here are 5 tips for getting back on track after time off.
It’s common to feel like what you’re doing isn’t working. Before you quit, read these lessons I’ve learned in a decade of sustaining daily workouts and other core daily habits.
In our culture that views busy as a virtue signal, doing nothing can feel wasteful trigger guilt or shame. But if you truly want to optimize your life, learning to do nothing might be the most important skill to master.