Our underlying beliefs color everything we do, think and say, whether we realize it or not. These perspectives have a powerful effect on how we perceive food choices and on our body image.
How do you stay motivated, committed, and true to yourself—your true heart and soul ideals, and the things you want to do?
Should statements are a type of cognitive distortion that happen when someone is constantly dissatisfied with whatever’s occurring in the present moment.
Yoga nidra is a state of deep relaxation. It’s not hypnosis, more like a form of active sleep, where your body sleeps but your mind stays alert.
Words are vital to personal growth, recovery and sense of self-worth. It’s not only about the words said out loud, but the messages behind the words.
When you’re focused on “what if” or “if only,” you’re either in the future or in the past; you’re not in the present moment. Letting go is a leap of faith, but what have you got to lose?
Negative self-talk may be a frequent companion, but we can apply coping techniques just like in any other relationship.
Yin yoga is a very effective therapeutic treatment for milder anxiety, addictions of all types, eating disorders, healing relationship with food, body and self.
Mindful living truly is the key to an integrated, less stressful, and more serene lifestyle. With it, you can solve daily challenges with food, exercise, stress, and decision making.
Living one day at a time keeps us in the present moment and puts the past and future into perspective, instead of us ruminating about either one.