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Are the holidays stressing you out? A few changes can change your outlook and make this a holiday to remember.
Just like a fish is affected by the water it swims in, we can absorb negativity from our surroundings. If you're swimming in negativity, this breath practice can help right away.
Most of us stress eat. Fortunately, when you know 'what's eating you,' you can take control of your life and make better food choices.
Is anxiety your unwanted companion? A simple method can free you from anxiety's grip.
Is online shopping costing you more than you can afford? A startling change in perspective may quickly improve both your finances and emotional well-being.
Success can be right around the corner, but if you quit, you'll never know! Use these 3 steps to pave the path forward.
Is all the dissension and conflict getting you down? Fortunately, you can soar above the negativity as you transform hearts and minds.
Is an aggressive point of view limiting you and causing dissension? A few changes can loosen the knot of choosing between right and wrong.
Is your perfectionism causing unhappiness in your life and relationships? Fortunately, a present-moment approach can shift your experience and help you find more joy.
Ranting may feel good in the short term, but it can have negative consequences. Here's how to avoid getting consumed by an angry rant.
Loss is hard. Peering deep into nature can help you recover from loss—and reveal the secret word that shows the way forward.
Are bad habits stopping you from living the life you want? Two surprising words hold the key to moving you forward and setting you on a new course.
Is the wear and tear of COVID getting to you? A couple of minutes can refresh and recharge you.
Add your creative imprint to work and relationships, and you'll be surprised at the amazing things you can do and how good it will make you feel.
If your work is dreary, mindfulness puts a new spin on the ordinary, making your workplace more enjoyable as it improves everything from creativity to communication.
The pandemic is making loneliness a big problem. But there are actions you can take right now to brighten your life.
No matter how bad things seem, finding the right support can go a long way.
You can experience wholeness, openness, trust, and safety this summer with the revolutionary power of love.
Are you so wired up with worry during the day that you find it hard to rest at night? This simple change protects your brain and your health.
Are you forgetful? Distracted? Being mindful requires getting the right nutrition. A few changes can boost your brain quickly.
Is pessimism a way of thinking for you? The effects of repetitive negative thinking on cognitive decline might have you re-thinking whether your cup is half-empty or half-full.
Use the four factors of resilience and you can have the tools to get past almost any obstacle.
Are you driven to distraction and unable to focus? Do you lose track of your keys, appointments, and other important tasks? This practice can restore your valuable focus.
Mindfulness uses everything around you as a teacher. Even fear of COVID-19 gives you the opportunity for cultivating feelings that are incompatible with fear.
Staying home may be draining your brain power, but recharging is easy.
Is the daily chaos, pace, and pressure of life stealing away your patience? You don't have to be on edge or reactive. This one change can make a big difference.
Is trying to predict the future wearing you out? This mindfulness practice offers a better way to find peace with tomorrow.
Do you find it hard to control your eating? If your willpower is failing you, try the "skillpower" of mindful eating practices here.
Are too many roadblocks obstructing your dreams? Some quick changes can give you the energy and resilience you need to break through.
Feeling ignored? Disconnected? You don't have to be a rock star to be noticed. Discover the secret to injecting a spark into any relationship.
Donald Altman, a psychotherapist and former monk featured in The Mindfulness Movie and Living Spiritual Teachers Project, is the author of the new book, Simply Mindful: A 7-Week Course and Personal Handbook for Mindful Living.