Taking time to appreciate yourself can improve not only your relationships with others, but it can also brighten your outlook on life itself. Below is a meditation script for appreciating yourself.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: A Meditation Script for Appreciating Yourself
Mindfulness meditation can seem intimidating and inaccessible. Sitting down for several minutes at a time can seem unappealing to most people, especially since it entails confronting your thoughts. But does mindfulness mean controlling your thoughts?
Contrary to popular belief, mindfulness means letting go of your thoughts and allowing your mind to simply run free. When we realize that it is the ego that traps us and that our true identity is our pure consciousness, we release ourselves from our fears, traumas, and negative thought patterns.
Here’s a little breakdown, for you to understand it better.[Read more…] about Does Mindfulness Mean Controlling Your Thoughts?
Using affirmations in your meditation practice can help you feel more self-assured, confident, and motivated. Moreover, they can also help you let go of negative thought patterns and welcome new, healthier beliefs. Here’s a meditation that includes affirmations for self-love and acceptance.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: Affirmations for Self-Love and Acceptance
When you think about the word “yoga,” what crosses your mind? Most likely, you imagine today’s modern yogi decked out in fancy leggings and performing convoluted shapes on an expensive yoga mat. Truthfully, our idea of yoga today is far from its true and original meaning. So what does the word “yoga” actually mean?[Read more…] about What Does The Word “Yoga” Actually Mean?
Intentions are powerful, and the universe is always listening to them. Below is a meditation to help you send your intentions to the universe.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: Send Your Intentions to the Universe
New to mindfulness meditation? This is a simple mindfulness exercise to start the year. Read on, below![Read more…] about Monday Meditation: A Simple Mindfulness Exercise to Start The Year