Six Ways To Find Peace In Loneliness

We live in a constant need for change. Moving from one side to another, shifting from left to right, scrambling between what is right and wrong, and this has brought nothing but brief, momentary joy. For instance, after sitting for a long time cross-legged, we feel great relief when we unfold our legs. But the relief is momentary and...

4 Simple Hacks To Flip Negative Thinking Into Positive Thoughts

The persistent voices in our heads are a byproduct of years of thinking negatively. If we constantly focus on the negative, then your brain rewires itself to be negative. According to a survey, people say around 25 negative things to themselves in a span of three hours. So, on an average, we say one bad thing to ourselves every...

People Who Laugh At Themselves May Be Happier Than The Rest

"When you can laugh at yourself, no one can ever make a fool of you- Joan Rivers" The words of the versatile comic and entertainer Joan Rivers sums up the importance of self-deprecating humor. Many consider themselves their worst critics and can be too hard on themselves at times. However, researchers are of the view that those who are often...

10 Effective Tips To Prevent Burnout

When you burnout at work or elsewhere, you feel diminished—like a part of yourself has gone into hiding. Many resources are vital for our everyday activities and well-being, from personal qualities like skills, emotional stability, and good health to supportive relationships with colleagues, autonomy and control at work, constructive feedback, having a say in matters that affect us, and...

How To Coach Your Brain To Stop Stressing

Writing down your worries helps declutter your mind and makes it easier to reach a clear solution. Studies also show that meditation helps boost cognitive function and mental stability, while exercising daily may help bring down your stress hormones and boost the happy ones instead. Making these practices a part of your daily routine should help prevent your brain...

The Invitation: A Profound Text on Living Life to the Fullest

There are so many “inspirational” texts that you can find online which will superficially touch your mind but won’t penetrate to the core of your being and inspire you to actually take action in order to create a better life for yourself. The following text, written by Oriah Mountain Dreamer, is unlike any of those. This text is a unique...

How to Become a Freethinker: A Practical Guide

Most of us like to think that we are freethinkers, but how many of us truly are? How many people actually think for themselves, without falling victims to beliefs or ideologies? How many are not heavily influenced by the biased information that the media is presenting them with? How many are choosing to have certain opinions just because an authority...

How Not to Be Offended

There is an ancient and well-kept secret to happiness which the Great Ones have known for centuries. They rarely talk about it, but they use it all the time, and it is fundamental to good mental health. This secret is called The Fine Art of Not Being Offended. In order to truly be a master of this art, one must...

When We Love and Accept Ourselves, the World Fits Around Us

“If you feel like you don’t fit in in this world, it is because you are here to help create a new one.” ~Jocelyn Daher Since I can remember, I never felt comfortable in my skin. I would watch everyone else, and it seemed as though they knew exactly how to be themselves. Even as a toddler I couldn’t understand...

7 Crucial Steps to Minimize Drama in Your Life

“When you are not honoring the present moment by allowing it to be, you are creating drama.” ~Eckhart Tolle Well into my twenties, all of my friendships with women looked a lot like junior high. One day, we’d be codependent and attached at the hip, sending incessant play-by-play emails throughout the workday like one too many notes in class. The next day,...

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