Questions you should be asking yourself

It becomes so easy to do what you are doing because it’s safe – because that’s what you’ve always done, and you aren’t sure what might happen if you do something different…especially as life progresses and you find yourself with responsibilities, financial obligations, and dependents. This week, we are asking you to take 10 minutes to sit with yourself and listen to the voice inside your head. What is it telling you? Perhaps it is encouraging you to make small changes (eat better, spend more time with family, spend more time at work), or perhaps it’s encouraging you to make a wild life change. Just sit and listen to what your voice is telling you. What would life look like if you listened? W

Finding strength in the best place

We so often forget that our greatest strength is within ourselves. When something challenges us, hurts us, or scares us, we most often look for external support. We asks our partners, our friends, our coaches, or complete strangers for advice and guidance. We cling to something or someone in hopes that their advice and strength will pull us through. Yet, while that support can feel comforting and necessary in times of stress, we must train ourselves to stop looking outwards and start looking within. Sit quietly and dig deep within you – you have the power and the strength to conquer even your darkest fears. You have helped so many others in your lifetime with getting through their struggles.

How to jump on the meditation bandwagon

Maybe you’re new to mindfulness, or maybe you’re a seasoned vet of meditation — either way, there are things you have inevitably wondered about the practice of regular meditation. Today, we’ll dig those thoughts out of you and address them out in the open – because we are all thinking them! To get started, let’s break down the difference between meditation and mindfulness. Meditation involves training the mind, inducing a mode of consciousness to reflect, or to allow the mind to recognize its comfort in simply doing ‘nothing’ Mindfulness intentional, accepting, and non-judgmental focus of one’s attentions on emotions, thoughts, and sensations of the present The difference? In their common

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