Entries tagged with “Positive Thinking”
Your frequency impacts every aspect of your life. The good news: You have the power to up your frequency at any moment. Here is how to raise your vibration.
Rethinking Positive Thinking Inside the New Science of Motivation By Gabriele OettingenCurrent/PenguinIf you can dream it, you can be it. I hate to rain on your parade, b…
Want to be more resilient? Start building your resilience now and benefit in hard times. Start by being mindful with your emotions and learning to focus on 'moments that glisten.'
When I was just turning 40, I went through some painful changes in my life, and I felt those developments in my body. I went regularly to the doctor, complaining of stomach upset a…
Sally Huss, a Wimbledon semi-finalist and a national champion in her age group, has taught her own brand of Zen tennis. But she is best known as the “artist of happiness,” with che…
A simple practice for positive thinking.
Negative ions are anything but negative when it comes to your health. Recent studies suggest that breathing in air that is abundant in negative ions can have a big influence on you…
Tips to become depression-proof, because misery does love company.
Ill will toward yourself may be the main reason why your meditation is difficult.
Dr. Ron Alexander sat listening to the record company executives and staff he’d been hired to help. They’d sought him out as a mindfulness expert and corporate consultant to help t…
An interview with positive psychology experts Suzann and James Pawelski.
Banish coronavirus burnout and pandemic fatigue with these positive affirmation statements.
2020 was a year. But maybe there's a silver lining (or two) to this pandemic after all.
“Hopeful as a pencil sharpened, / clear as one beam of light landing on the table’s far side.”
This week, find out how to boost your mood in only 12 minutes and read about a way that people are healing our deep divides.
We’re thinking about stress all wrong. “Pain is our absolute best teacher, because it forces us to change something.”
Intentionally smiling can be part of your spiritual practice.
An excerpt from Choose the Life You Want by Tal Ben-Shahar
How do we get ourselves back into a positive place before we've reached the point of no return?
Two new books in the field of positive psychology show us how to find real-life joy in our relationships.