Entries tagged with “Gratitude”
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.
If we focus our energy and attention on the joyful moments, we start to see that we are moving through this time into much more love.
What are affirmations? Personal affirmations are positive statements made aloud with the intent of manifesting good energy. Try these 14 gratitude affirmations to bring more joy into your life.
Kick-start your day with intention and positivity with these empowering morning affirmations.
“We all want our future self to be happy, so we ask: ‘What can I do to relieve this person’s suffering?’
Experience more fullness of heart with these gratitude exercises.
Let’s look at gratitude through a few different lenses.
Stretching, meditation, and gratitude make up this simple daily ritual from writer and teacher Geri Larkin.
We’re still in that time of year when we challenge ourselves to create new and healthier habits. The newspapers are full of specials for gym memberships and packages of yoga classe…
From a safe-seeming 6 feet apart, a neighbor and I waved hello. As if on cue, we both asked: “How are you?” And, simultaneously, we both replied: “Fine.” White paper masks furre…
When you feel like you’re falling behind in life, here are five things to refocus your attitude and get back on track.
New research says that feeling even brief moments of love throughout your day can boost health and happiness.
Building resilience does not require superhuman feats. Begin today with these accessible, science-backed strategies.
Protestant minister—and Buddhist meditation teacher—Victor M. Parachin identifies the habits that can lead to wisdom.
A short meditation to instantly bring love and compassion to yourself so that you can bring love and gratitude to the world.
The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks
“Anne Lamott is the spiritual writing world’s Ernest Hemingway.”
“Prayer, to me, is more about silence than words—or as Jefferies says—it’s about being ‘rapt in the fullness of the moment.’”
Addressing your worldview can jumpstart a feedback loop of satisfaction and better sleep.
In all my years of following the Buddhist path, there has been only one teaching that made me cringe. Whenever I heard it, my reaction was, “Are you kidding me?!” Here’s the story:…