Negative thoughts are sneaky and insidious; they take hold when you’re not paying attention. You can, however, train your brain to stop going straight to the negative and instead redirect to positive thoughts.
Avoiding or reducing food intake has never proven to lead to long-term weight loss. Instead of focusing on the what, explore the how and why of what you eat to find the secret to your positive relationship with food.
A smile can mean more than a pleasant greeting. Learn how to maximize your daily smiles to improve your health and relationships.
Making a New Year’s resolution is an optimistic way to look forward, and millions of people follow the custom. Studies have shown that fewer than 20 percent of New Year’s resolutions are followed through, and then for only a limited time. But that moment of optimism is valuable, and you should take advantage of it. What would make 2018 a truly new year, the beginning of a better future?
A job change, a move, having a child—these are all major life stresses that are clear and obvious. Here, learn about the smaller and more routine stressors that can negatively affect you—and then conquer them.
Although the holiday season can contain innumerable positive moments and experiences, it’s also often full to the brim with holiday stress—money, time, and energy. Find out how to combat them and get back to focusing on the positive.
To answer “Who am I?” requires you to separate illusion from reality, your constructed self from your true self. Read how to get started.
The holidays can box you into old conditioning and patterns of behavior that may make you feel stuck, stressed, and overwhelmed. Read how you can feel calm and manage stress by renewing yourself and exploring the creative side of your consciousness.
How can you serve? Doing good for others not only aids the recipient, but also boasts a number of benefits for the giver. Here six ways volunteering can increase your happiness.
The heart is critical to life, continuously circulating blood around your body. But it’s more than simply a pump—there are three steps you can take to ensure your heart is aligned with your brain.