How Living in the Moment Can Help You Get Past Grief

By Adam Weber / August 11, 2022 /

It’s hard to think about anything else when you’re grieving. Your mind is consumed with all the what-ifs and maybes. What could I have done differently? Why did they have to go? Will I ever see them again?   These are the questions that keep us up at night, long after we’ve said our goodbyes.…

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4 Signs of Stress You Don’t Want to Ignore

By Adam Weber / August 4, 2022 /

Are you aware of how easily life’s challenges can have a negative effect on your entire well-being? You’ve surely had an experience or two where rough times have come upon you, and at the end of the road, you feel like you’ve conquered the situation. However, even though you were successful in handling the situation,…

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How to Detach From Past Negative Experiences

By Adam Weber / July 28, 2022 /

How long do you carry the past with you? Do you still squirm when you think about striking out in the bottom of the ninth inning with two men on base to lose the game? Are you still fuming at your ex three years after she ran off with another man? As they say, “Pain…

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6 Ways to Manage Your Emotions and Stay Stress-Free

By Adam Weber / July 21, 2022 /

Sometimes, to stay positive and focused on life, it is essential to find ways to manage your emotions. As humans, we have our brains hardwired for emotions, but too much can cause many stress-related health challenges in our lives.   It’s easy to get overwhelmed today. Like many, you might need to juggle family responsibilities…

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How to Tame Intrusive Thoughts

By Adam Weber / July 14, 2022 /

Do you sometimes feel like your thoughts are beyond your control, and some of them make you uncomfortable? If so, you can relax. Intrusive thoughts are common and usually harmless.   One study reported by Psychology Today asked volunteers to talk about what goes through their minds. They found that the average participant had about…

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5 Ways to Program Your Subconscious Mind

By Adam Weber / July 7, 2022 /

It’s no secret that our subconscious minds have a lot of power over us. After all, it’s responsible for controlling all the automatic functions of our bodies, from our heartbeat to our breathing. But did you know that your subconscious mind is also responsible for much of your behavior? That’s right – according to some…

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How you can improve your meditation practice

By Ann Kornuta / May 27, 2022 /

People are always looking to improve their lives. And, with the current state of the world, it’s no wonder that meditation has become such a popular way to improve one’s life. However, many people find it difficult to improve their meditation and often never fully reap the benefits that meditation can offer. It could be…

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Why meditation is the best way to easily reduce your stress

By Adam Weber / May 13, 2022 /

Why is it that people keep suggesting that to easily reduce your stress, you need to start meditating? Well, for one, it works. Research has repeatedly shown that mindfulness meditation can help people feel less stressed. But how does it work? Meditation helps you become more aware of your thoughts and feelings, so that you…

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Learning Deep Breathing Strategies to Control Anxiety

By Ann Kornuta / April 18, 2022 /

Do you struggle with feelings of anxiety? If so, it’s good to know that there are ways to relieve your suffering. You can learn strategies to take charge of your nervousness and experience the serenity you deserve. You can learn to control your anxiety with simple deep breathing techniques.   When you breathe deeply and…

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Use These Tips to Apply Meditation to Daily Activities

By Adam Weber / March 25, 2022 /

The most challenging and meaningful part of your meditation practice may begin after you rise up off your cushion. If you take the insights you acquire during meditation and apply them to your daily routines, it can change your life!   After all, you probably meditate for less than a half hour a day, which…

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