COVID-19 has the world feeling chaotic, but what is in our control is how we respond. Here’s how to take this time to turn inward.
For dogs barking, neighbours yelling, news feeds blaring, your partner snoring… here’s a simple mindfulness meditation on sound.
No matter how much you liked lying around at home, you also liked the fact that it was a choice. Here’s how to meditate when the choice was taken away from you.
Strange, challenging times we’re living in. First, congratulations on tearing yourself away from the anxiety-inducing news cycle, and searching out something to not just distract, but nourish the soul – you’re definitely in the right place.
There’s no time like the present to embrace ‘what is,’ and the ‘we’ in well-being.
Staying put doesn’t have to mean staying stressed. This mindfulness meditation is for you homebodies with a purpose.
Have you been holding it together for too long? This unorthodox meditation may help you to release those pent up emotions.
When the honeymoon phase is over and tension begins to rise in your relationship, steep into this mindfulness meditation to help you love and react better over time.
If you feel like you control so little of your own time (and there is nothing you can do about it), this boundary-based meditation is for you.
Stop that wiggling and bring some rest to your daily meditation practice. Try these 4 approachable ways to bring comfort and ease to your practice.