What does positivity look like? How can I become a more positive thinker? In this article we discuss embracing the positivity all around you and introduce you to exercises that help you become an optimistic person!
Self-care is essential for taking time out to focus on oneself, but often people do not know what this means or how to go about it. Self-care is different for everyone, and can be anything that makes an individual feel happy and connected to their true self. The need for setting boundaries with oneself and others to protect and prioritize wellness.
Relationships, including romantic ones, are important for a happy life and can have a spiritual aspect. Prioritizing spirituality in a relationship can make it stronger, and discussing it with your partner can help. Here are eight questions to ask your partner for a more spiritual romance.
The importance of giving and receiving is often overlooked in a society that values individual success and competition. However, research has shown that acts of kindness and generosity can benefit both the giver and the recipient, resulting in increased enjoyment, reduced stress, and a stronger sense of purpose.
People can find solace and control their negative emotions by incorporating spirituality, mindfulness, meditation, and emotional regulation into their daily lives. These practices, such as deep breathing, gratitude, and self-compassion, have been shown to be effective in reducing anxiety, depression, and anger.
Love might be the most significant emotion in helping you feel happy, successful and whole. Learn how love impacts your relationships, your health and society, and take a quick evaluation to see how strong your sense of love is and whether it needs a tune up.
Starting each day with mindfulness, meditation, and spirituality can greatly improve one's mental and emotional well-being by reducing stress, increasing mental clarity, and promoting inner calm through practices such as deep breathing exercises, guided meditations, prayer, gratitude exercises, affirmations, and taking nature walks.
Hardships are difficult or unpleasant situations that can arise in life, such as financial problems or significant life events. To navigate through hardships, it is important to focus on maintaining mental and physical health and developing a positive outlook by changing negative thinking patterns and building resilience.
We are always faced with the decision to stay put in a comfortable situation or to journey forward into the unknown. By surrendering our lives to God and answering the call of the divine, things become easier and more clear. By taking the leap into the unknown, it can change us and form us into something greater than we were before.
Expressing gratitude is a powerful way to improve one's overall well-being and happiness. One effective method for cultivating gratitude is through the use of affirmations, which are positive statements that can be repeated to oneself in order to reprogram the mind and change negative thought patterns.
Without knowing your purpose, it’s easy to fill your life with things that don’t serve you, things you don’t want—things that make you unhappy. One of the greatest keys to unlocking happiness in your life is finding and living your purpose.
We live in a world that makes it frightfully easy to spiral into these places, where perspective becomes polluted with fear and confusion and hopelessness. Every day there are new tragedies, and new reasons to feel afraid, to become angry, to give up.
Have you ever let an opportunity pass you by because of fear of the future? This is normal, and it happens to everyone. But that doesn’t mean you should keep on living this way, in constant fear of what might happen. Fear of the future keeps you from living a good life.
Thomas McConkie, a mindfulness coach and founder of the Lower Lights School of Wisdom, hosts the Mindfulness+ podcast on the Skylight app. In the podcast, Thomas uses his unique skillset as a developmental researcher and spiritual leader to illuminate mindfulness in a new way. Each episode is 20 to 30 minutes long, to help you practice mindfulness in bite-sized chunks. This post is a review of the “How to Not Suffer” episode.
What is the key to a good apology, one that has the power to mend and strengthen relationships? And how do you accept an apology? In this post, we’ll talk about why humans need meaningful relationships, the purpose of apologies
The Latin root of the word “compassion” means “to suffer with”. But it doesn’t just involve suffering with someone; it also involves being motivated to act as a result of suffering with someone. This brings out the paradox in exercising compassion: you act out of love for someone else by sharing their pain with them.