Chopra Center Meditation Podcast Available for free download for iPhone and Android. It's hard to deny the toll those distractions
"The first thing that stopped me was, what right do I have?" she says. "I'm not a religious scholar. I'm going against the
"Kwanzaa is a celebration of family, community and culture, but it's also a time for the gathering of (African) people to
"Designed by neuroscientists, a brain training approach such as Lumosity builds on breakthrough concepts such as neuroplasticity
Ware, the author of The Top Five Regrets Of The Dying, wrote in a Huffington Post blog: A little effort can go a long way
"Present-oriented people are primed to be addicted to anything, because once they do it and it's good, they can't not do
During your mindful walks... Happiness can be found even in the smallest of places. Whether you're having the best or the
When the founder of Starbucks decided to sell the company, he approached Schultz with the opportunity. "And he said, 'I'm
"Once you do it, everything falls into place," Armstrong continues. "I think the fact that every single one of the world's
When you make gratitude a practice and express it to others, you shore up your own sense emotional well-being. Gift-giving can then be what it really is: a small sweet moment in a long rich life.
4. Frame it as a matter of making the best choices. If your manager resists making these kinds of trade-offs, you need to
Let's face it, daily life can be beyond stressful. And between a demanding job and even more demanding home life, it becomes next to impossible to squeeze a bit of serenity into our everyday rounds. But what if being idle were just as productive -- and necessary -- as being super busy?
2. Lean Into the Tender Place Very quickly, when broken open, we are exhausted of our differences. We don't try so hard to
For more ways to unplug, recharge and rejuvenate, make sure to check out our Serenity Saturdays page. Basic Rules: Open to
And there's science behind it: Studies show that setting aside time to recharge could help to boost memory, improve heart
Jawdat Ibrahim says smartphones have destroyed the modern dining experience and wants to bring back a more innocent time
Go on a retreat. The 1960s cultural revolution was, at its core, a break from traditional ways of life and notions of success
Humbled, I've watched my courageous clients tolerate the uncertainty of what is to come and leap off the mountain without looking back. Some have found great success with their next steps, while others have not been as fortunate. If nothing else they now know that they can tolerate failure, they don't have to fear it. They jumped off the mountain and they survived.
Francine and David Wheeler lost their 6-year-old son, Benjamin, in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December