Anna Hunt – Invisible clutter in the mind wastes your energy, leaving you exhausted both physically and mentally. Here are ways to release it.
Waking Times – A powerful shift lies in discovering how to reconnect with the deep wisdom of your body.
Jeff Warren – Could quietening the mind be possible in our faced-paced, Western lives?
Gary Z McGee – Many of us go through life thinking happiness is the be-all, end-all; the ultimate prize.
Jason Linder – If you often feel stuck in negative thought patterns, this may help.
Olivia Remes – Do you know anyone who is going through this?
Phillip J. Watt – It’s like entering code into your subconscious programming.
Waking Times – This qigong practice will help you find new levels of wellbeing and rediscover yourself in a whole new way.
Steve Taylor – The anxiety epidemic doesn’t have to ruin your life.
Greg Calise – There is no easy road to enlightenment.
Phillip J. Watt – How’s your mind going? Forget your outside world for a moment, and think about how you feel inside.
Christina Sarich – The secret is in the light.
Anna Hunt – Educators use the new mindfulness programs to help them when responding to student behavior and to teach valuable life skills.
Anna Hunt – Meditation and music shine a ray of hope for many who suffer the fallout from life’s relentless pursuits and recoils.
Christina Sarich – This simple exercise can calm you down and eliminate stress in three minutes or less.
Anna Hunt – Neuroscientists show that breath practices are a potential non-pharmacological treatment for attention-compromised conditions.
Wes Annac – We have plenty of reasons to meditate.
Anna Hunt – Researchers determined that a meditation practice can have lasting effects on cognition.
Christina Sarich – If this sounds like heaven or hell to you – you’re right. It’s both.
Anna Hunt – Meditation really works to improve kids’ mood and behavior.