Here’s a fun Six Minute Activity to open up doors to greater leadership, abundance, joy and success Stand up. Yes stand up. Take a deep breath and move your shoulders back. Now pretend like you’re standing on a snowboard with your feet about 18 inches apart and a little bit bent. You are in a
One of the most influential people in the heathcare industry, Mark Bertolini, says until we address the social determinants of health, we will be a poor nation indeed. Where we live and how we eat are hugely important. But reducing stress by deciding where we live, educating people about the environment they create and accessing
Breath flips the switch on physical wellbeing, improves the communication between your cells and allows for a gradual shift in your vibrational focus. A daily practice of listening to your breath allows you to progressively breathe resistance away, according to Esther Hicks, an author whose teachings on the Law of Attraction were the basis for
“Everything that happens in the universe begins with intention,” says Deepak Chopra. We’ve all heard about the power of positive thinking, and many of us strive to think more positively every day. But do we really practice positivity? What if we devoted two minutes to creating positive intentions every day? Two minutes of positive intention
Research on gratitude is popping up everywhere as positive psychology influences academia and business culture. Companies like Spiritual Gangster, a clothing company that blends hindu wisdom with modern culture, are turning to feel good ad campaigns and slogans filled with inspirational quotes and hashtags. At the heart of this conversation is the concept of gratitude.
There is so much focus on mindfulness these days – which is incredible, but it is also intimidating for those who are new to it. The data on how quiet breathing can improve health, wellness, relieve stress and reduce anxiety is significant and growing. “To our grandchildren, mindful meditation will be as consistent and commonplace