Category: Spiritual

05

Mar2020
Stressed? What is diaphragmatic breathing? It is a complicated words for belly breathing. Remember how babies breathe? Or your favorite pet? Watch them. They don't chest-breathe ... Read More

19

Feb2020
Check my powerful series on: Reflection Richale will share the reflection has more than one meaning so here's showing you a twist on the reflection of you! A masterclass in mastery of self; simply put this is where you get your life; it’s the ... Read More

16

Dec2019
Be present! This quick and easy technique calming technique is useful for anyone of any age as a fun way to help yourself, your kids or students refocus, coming back to baseline. It can be used anywhere, any time and takes 1 minute. Original Post December 16, 2019 on Jan Kwiatkowski ... Read More

26

Nov2019
Assume Positive Intent How we approach the holidays and the decisions our families, friends, and colleagues make, can make all the difference our experience of the holidays. We can choose how we respond to the decisions our families, friends and colleagues make during the holidays by judging or by assuming positive intent. ... Read More

19

Nov2019
You are not alone... The Holiday season can be a very stressful time for many. Many people struggle in isolation with not feeling the expected holiday emotions. Jan discussed some tips for navigating the holidays while being true to your personal experience. Original Post November 19, 2019 on Jan Kwiatkowski at ... Read More

03

Oct2019
When was the last time your family sat together and talked and played a game? Do you find yourself wishing your family could connect more? Does everyone spend evenings alone with their own electronic devices? Do you feel like you hardly know your partner, children, parents, siblings? I just heard about ... Read More

03

Oct2019
Kelly McGonigal, in her 2019 TED Talk Kelly McGonigal: Can We Reframe The Way We Think About Stress, reveals that stress may not be as harmful as we have been led to believe. In her talk, McGonigal references a Harvard study that showed that re-framing our interpretation of ... Read More

03

Oct2019
It's easy for me to get very negative. I'm not sure whether this is a remnant of a difficult early life, a personality flaw, or just poor coping skills, but I really dislike when I get that way. When I notice myself finding things to ... Read More

24

Sep2019
I have been interested in Gratitude research since I first read about the Three Good Things study conducted at U Penn (more on this later). I recently came across this video which delightfully introduces the concept of Gratitude as a function of Wellbeing. GRATITUDE AND YOUR MENTAL HEALTH by ... Read More

04

Sep2019
Like many others, I used to think Yoga was for affluent White females with slender bodies and stretchy pants, who enjoyed bending themselves into pretzels. I didn't understand the point, didn't think it was for my body shape, and I felt a bit uncomfortable with the spiritual aspect of Yoga. ... Read More

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