Tag "happiness"

Creating a Life that Matters

Are you doing what matters most to you? Does your work give your life meaning? I’m not asking whether you are happy, but whether your life has meaning. A study

BREATHE BIGGER: Wisdom from my parents

Do you ever have those moments as an adult where you don’t want to admit it, but your parents really did know what they were talking about when you were growing up? I remember resisting my parents like crazy….

3 Ways to Move Forward Peacefully with Change

Our souls are born to expand and grow. It is our purpose in life to try new things, meet new people, have many relationships, and endlessly explore life as the fun journey it is meant to be. Nothing in nature stays the same, and we as humans constantly shift as well.

5 Life Lessons Kundalini Yoga has Taught Me:

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness. Though it appears quite dogmatic, extreme and overly spiritual with people in white chanting, wearing turbans, and moving in auspicious ways, it is

Finding the Happy Path with Yoga

More you practice yoga, the more you learn it’s not about the poses, it’s the journey through them that awakens you from the inside out.

3 Reasons to Start A Meditation Practice Today

Meditation has many benefits. If you haven’t tried, maybe these 3 reasons will entice you!

Lessons on Emotions and Parenting from “Inside Out”

In today’s world, most parenting advice ignores the world of emotion entirely. It focuses on how to correct misbehavior whilst disregarding the feelings that underlie and cause the misbehavior. Regardless

One Simple Trick For More Joy

The place where I live is so beautiful, it’s mind bending. Sometimes when I’m outside its hard to believe that this landscape is real…

Stretching Toward Happiness: How I Approach My Career Like Yoga

I try to approach my career like yoga. I stretch and bend myself to test the limits of my ability…

Don’t Believe Everything You Think: 5 Tips for a Happier Mind

Controlling your thoughts is the first step to a healthier, happier mind. Here are five tips to maximize productive thinking and minimize mental clutter.