Some of the thoughts that go through my mind can be brutal. Cognitive Behavioral Therapists believe that we think and give weight to determines how we feel and act in life. To help challenge unhelpful thoughts I like to ask myself these four questions
Mindfulness practice is not something that has an endpoint. It is an ever evolving practice. When continuing my mindfulness journey, I like to remember these seven things
Many people think that without that self criticizing-voice in their minds that they will turn into a blob on their couch with a tub of ice cream in one hand and the remote in the other never to be seen at work again. But the truth is that we are far more motivated by compassion than criticism.
Charles Durhigg discusses in his book, The Power of Habit, a 3 step protocol for creating habit loops in your daily life.
Continuing your meditation habit takes dedication. Sometimes the mind tries to wiggle its way out of doing the work. Be on the watch for ten tricks the mind can play on you that will kill your practice:
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Do you think meditation is always relaxing? Are you confused about if yoga is a religious practice? Keep reading because we have set the record straight with 6 common misconceptions of mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.