(Samuel Alfie) A lot of psychologists and experts in different fields always tell us some key interesting facts about meditation. It has been found that roughly 200 to 500 million people in the world meditate.
(Justin Deschamps) What’s wrong with a little venting? Discharging toxic emotional energy is extremely important, which helps us avoid trauma, feel joy, and forgive others to maintain healthy relationships. But if the button for negativity isn’t reprogrammed, an endless stream of emotional toxicity can be a part of daily life. In such situations, when we haven’t learned to transcend (which is a skill all to often overlooked in education) we’ll think badly of others. This has a terrible price, it makes the “hate” button or triggers bigger, and it bleeds over to other places. Before you know it, all that’s left is bitterness and an endless stream of excuses for why you’re justified in thinking badly of others. But with a little courage, all this can change in the twinkling of an eye.
(Explore Your Mind) Although it’s unpleasant to experience negative emotions, learning to accept them can be very beneficial to your health and well-being.
(Explore Your Mind) As soon as you can learn to identify your automatic negative thoughts, you then can be free of self-doubt and choose positivity.
(Joe Martino) Have you ever had a friend, co-worker, teammate or even someone in your family that just seems to put a damper on things all the time? Whether it be with their habits, character traits or the need to be negative, sometimes people in our lives can provide some interesting challenges.