We can all agree it has been a tough year. A global pandemic, upheaval of everyday life, political and social turmoil, and natural disasters have overtaken our lives. You may have found that as the days and weeks go by, the stress has begun to weigh heavily on your spirit. So many have experienced personal traumas, changing lives forever. Whether you have been impacted directly or indirectly, the question becomes how do you build resilience during instability and change, especially for the coming days ahead?
It has been a year of uncertainty and with election season in full swing, you may find yourself experiencing a plethora of strong emotions. Whether you are feeling anxiety, anger, or apathy, the following seven steps will help you to navigate your emotions without losing peace, poise, or equilibrium.
Hey there! Devi Brown here. I am Chopra Global’s Chief Impact Officer and for those enjoying the new Chopra app, mine is the voice that shares space with you each day in meditation. Having a daily practice has radically transformed my life, and I am so excited to share some of it with you here now. When we think about building or enhancing our mindfulness routine, it is so important to do things that make us feel good and rest within the four pillars of wholeness, touching on something nourishing for our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual selves.
Whether you have a day or a week, you can make your vacation time relaxing and at a lower cost by simply staying home. Next time you choose to intentionally vacation at home, consider trying out one these staycation ideas.
No es sólo un mito. Estar afuera es realmente bueno para ti. Por eso, pasar tiempo en la naturaleza puede aumentar tu bienestar.
It’s not just a myth. Being outside is really good for you. Here’s why spending time in nature can boost your well-being.