As you look ahead this year, one goal may be to get beyond past hurt. Here, Sonima's psychologist offers advice on how to let go of what no longer serves you so you can continue to move toward a bright and shiny future.
Rather than make a to-do list of self-improvement projects, like fitting into old jeans or saving money, consider cultivating the person whom you want to be. Hint: It's a feeling, not a tangible thing.
Use these two mindfulness strategies to help make your wildest dreams come true in this year.
No matter what you believe, you can still find significance in the holiday season.
Now is a time for introspection, contemplation, and awesome naps. Honor these things and you’ll sail into the new year with renewed energy and motivation.
Fill your stress-reducing toolbox this holiday season with these five strategies, including a short, guided meditation from our Just Sit Series, created by holistic health expert Lisa Hedley.
It's hard to know how to behave around a loved one experiencing emotional distress, such as loss. But being there for someone can be much simpler and rewarding than you think. Here's how.
When you have to make a tough call, logic may tell you to go one way, and instincts the other. Here, Sonima's psychologist offers advice on how to reconcile these differences to find resolve.
Bringing wellness to classrooms will not only reduce stress and anxiety, but also boost performance and satisfaction for all—students, teachers, parents, and the community in general. Here's how.
Here’s why giving thanks shouldn't be a seasonal activity, but rather a conscientious part of your every day.
A new book on meditation, targeting young adults, explores how a practice can serve as a salve for stress and suffering as well as a flashlight, guiding you to better know yourself and cultivate a world in which you want to live.
Learning to talk and really listen in a mindful and engaging way can change your immediate world for the better. Here's how to play your part in improving your society.
Certain people know just how to irritate and upset you. Remember this advice from Sonima's psychologist and meditation teacher next time you're feeling emotionally triggered.
Try these Ayurvedic tips, including a breath meditation from our Just Sit Series, created by holistic health expert Lisa Hedley, to restore balance and peace to the body and mind as you transition between seasons.