Meditation has done more for me than any other practice. It helped save my life. Without it, I think I would lose my mind.It has played a key role in my sanity through the first year and a half of my new life in sobriety. My crazy, noisy, chaotic, relentless and unforgiving mind was one […]Lire la suite de "5 simple tips to start a dailymeditation practice"
What makes a person attractive? It’s more than natural good looks or fashion sense. It comes down to how confident, positive and productive you are, and how well you express these qualities. A genuine smile can light up a room and easily compensate for an ugly t-shirt. You can fall in love with someone face […]Lire la suite de "Simple habits that make you more attractive (that have nothing to do with looks)"
Qu’est-ce que vous sentez, goûtez, ressentez, entendez, voyez si vous laissez tomber toutes les histoires qui peuvent se dérouler dans votre tête pour observer simplement ce que vous ressentez ? Quelles couleurs, textures, qualités de lumière, etc. pouvez-vous percevoir ? C’est une pure expérience sensorielle et il est rare que nous restions longtemps dans cet état. […]Lire la suite de "Vivre la simplicité de l’instant présent."
We have to be willing to give it all up. How we think it’s supposed to look. How we think it’s supposed be. And instead, continuously come back to how it feels. I often get asked how I get myself into particular situations, or experience such depth in conversation with strangers on a regular basis. […]Lire la suite de "I start every day with this question"
Parents want their kids to be successful. So when I saw that Tony Robbins was givingchild-raising advice, I paid attention. Robbins is one of the most successful motivational speakers and leadership coaches of all time, with top CEOs paying him $1 million or more per year for one-on-one coaching. He spends more than 200 days […]Lire la suite de "Tony Robbins says a kid’s future success depends on how you talk to them — here’s how to do it right"
The beliefs we carry run our lives like invisible GPS systems. Often times, unbeknownst to us, these beliefs are the deciding factor in the actions we take or don’t take, in how we react or respond, as well as most of our choices in life. They affect our love lives, relationships, carriers, home life, and […]Lire la suite de "Dropping this five beliefs right now might change your life"
The morning is the best time for work that requires mental concentration, but creativity levels peak in the afternoon. But some people are night owls — and they should align their tasks with their natural rhythm. Taking short breaks can restore your brain energy and help make your afternoons more productive. We love to […]Lire la suite de "The best time to do everything if you want to get great results, according to research"
For better or for worse, I know a lot about anxiety. It was a long time before I recognized it as such, but I would now say, in retrospect, that I had my first panic attack when I was 18. My heart felt like it was climbing up my chest into my throat. I could […]Lire la suite de "Natural tips for coping with anxiety"
The early birds will inherit the earth. At least that’s what a 2009 University of Leipzig study found. The researchers concluded that « morning people were more proactive than evening types. » But being an effective early riser isn’t just about waking up before everyone else. It’s about putting yourself in a positive mindset and getting important things […]Lire la suite de "6 morning routines that are hard to adopt but will pay off for life"
Worrying too much is an unhealthy habit that can harm your mental health. As with any other habit, this one is also possible to break. Some claim that worrying is a reminder of bad experiences that prepares you for future experiences. However, if it happens too often you make it hard for your brain to […]Lire la suite de "Train your brain to stop worrying"