It can be difficult to think yourself into a happier mood without first changing your behavior. Happiness requires action. Here are some activities you can do to boost your happiness level.
Heavy thoughts don’t have to cloud your day. Here are some tips for how to lift yourself out of them.
The more you try to ignore negative thoughts, the louder they become. Learn to re-train your “monkey mind” to be positive and reap the rewards.
The American work commute is getting longer, and it can be easy to get caught up in the stress and frustration of it all. Instead of bemoaning the fact that you have to commute, start using the time to your advantage.
When times are hard, it can feel as though you’re fighting your life every step of the way. Connect with something greater than yourself to find the peace, comfort, and sanctuary you’re seeking.
You will go through hard times—that’s a fact of life. Instead of letting yourself be controlled by those trials, take charge of your life and find the positivity where you can to help you move forward.
In a world full of fear, stress, and sadness, it can become second-nature to develop a negative worldview. Cultivating hope can mean the difference between letting your circumstances bring you down and living a life that embraces goodness.
In a world where there’s much to be taken seriously, it’s important to remember to laugh. Laughter meditation provides a fun, meaningful way to tap into joy that will carry over into other parts of your life.
Being an empath means you are susceptible to placing your feelings in the hands of someone else if you do not stay self-aware. Here are five ways you can stay compassionate for a person, animal, or situation without accepting the energy as your own.
You’ve probably experienced it: that feeling of awe as you gaze across something like the Grand Canyon or when you have a mind-blowing realization. Turns out, there’s science behind those feelings. Awe can help you feel more connected, heighten your altruism, and even decrease inflammation.