Insomniacs can take solace in this guided meditation.
January: The Breath Challenge
After exploring the stories and resources on this page, consider the ways you can deepen your connection to your breath: create a playlist of guided meditations, go for a daily walk, or commit to starting a mindful routine in a new class like Core Strength Balance: A 7-Day Mind Body Challenge.
Share your progress with the hashtag #JanTheBreath and tag @spirithealthmag.
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Reclaim rest with a rest guided meditation that will take you on a journey of self-exploration.
Whether it be the result of a big presentation, an important exam, or even a small task, anxiety comes in all shapes and sizes. It may feel overpowering at times, but you can conquer it.
Practicing “Holy Breath” listening can positively impact even the most turbulent relationships. “Instead of playing just a few deep, painful bass notes on their inner emotional pianos, Holy Breath listening gave them access to some higher notes. At the beginning of the healing process, such moments can be like the sun peeking through dark storm clouds.”
Mindfulness techniques are being incorporated more and more for sleep health. Here are six expert-recommended mindfulness practices to help you fall—and stay—asleep.
There are many tools and techniques you can use to manage and eliminate anxiety and worry effectively. Here, experts share healthy ways to cope with and reduce anxiety right here, right now in this moment.
There is a sacredness that is found in the first moments of the morning. While it may feel overwhelming to change your entire morning routine in one day, consider slowly adding components to it that will set the tone for your day.
This guided meditation explores the bottom of the breath.
“These heart-stopping moments lasted a few months. Although only given a few weeks to live, he endured incredible pain, suffering, and even hung onto the slightest bit of hope, because he wanted to see me walk across that stage to receive my diploma.”