Newsflash: You've got a stalker. Actually, two: Stress and anxiety. Here's how to put some space between you and these troublemakers who keep creeping around your home and work life.
Build one healthy habit at a time, adding one of these Ayurvedic techniques to your morning routine every three days. You'll be amazed how quickly you'll start to feel more balanced and nurtured.
Listening to friends vent is all part of the job. But some problems may be above your pay grade. Sonima's psychologist and meditation teacher offers advice on how to encourage a loved one to seek professional help when needed.
Everyone has access to the path to wellness. If you've fallen off track, here are four simple ways to get back on course.
Summer may get off to a rocky start for some, while other signs will see smooth sailing. Whether you're facing good fortune or bad, make the most of every moment.
As part of our new Just Sit Series, holistic health expert Lisa Hedley shares Ayurvedic advice on how to catch quality shuteye if you find yourself staring at the ceiling far too often.
Sonima's psychologist and meditation teacher carefully breaks down a step-by-step guide to help you begin facing and, eventually, letting go of past emotional trauma.
New to meditating? Try Sonima's 3-month Meditation Challenge to build a daily practice from 5 to 15 minutes, starting with this easy, guided meditation from meditation master, Sanjeev Verma.
“Enough about me, let’s talk about what you think about...me.” Sound familiar?
For part two of Sonima's 3-month Meditation Challenge, meditation master Sanjeev Verma will help you double your mind-clearing practice from 5 to 10 minutes.
After a challenging few months, you will finally start to enjoy success this May. Stay the course and be patient. Your hard work and dedication will pay off.
For the final installment of Sonima's 3-month Meditation Challenge, meditation master Sanjeev Verma will guide how to sit just a little longer, from 10 to 15 minutes. You’ve got this!
Regardless of your stance on environmental policies, you cannot deny the fact that humankind and the planet are inextricably intertwined.
It's common to feel slighted from time to time. We're sensitive creatures. Here, Sonima's psychologist and meditation teacher shares advice on how to lessen the stinging blow.