Yelling at our inner demons or trying to reason with them never works. Instead, try this approach from Buddhism to give yourself what you truly need.
This month the planets bring the creativity, focus, and drive to do something big—and succeed. The only question is: What will you do with that energy?
Overthinking and indecision are often signs that your inner guide is muffled. Sonima's psychologist offers a meditation to help you be confident in your intuition so that you can lead the life you truly desire.
These guidelines help take your yoga beyond the physical aspects, building an even stronger foundation for all the benefits yoga offers.
You cannot change the past, but you can kick off a new beginning with this month's cosmic energy.
For some people, nothing ever seems to be “good enough.” Here, Sonima's psychologist offers advice on how to free yourself from the negativity of rumination and self-criticism.
Feel like your mind is all over the place? This simple breathing practice and meditation from our Just Sit Series, created by holistic health expert Lisa Hedley, is just the thing to help you cultivate better concentration and alleviate anxiety.
The cosmic outlet looks most favorable for those who can manage to keep their egos in check this month.
Doubt, uncertainty, and negativity can hinder our efforts to follow the path of yoga. Patanjali guides us to cultivate an opposite mental attitude to overcome these obstacles.
If you feel like a nuisance asking friends for help, it's important to speak up. Sonima's psychologist shares how to express your needs confidently and accept the response, whatever it is.
Nobody says being a parent is easy. But these mindfulness practices and tips can help you feel less disoriented and find more joy during this journey.
You may feel a bit unsettled about the future, but things will turn out well if you trust the cosmos.
You don't need to reduce clutter in order to feel good. These random acts of kindness not only give you a mental boost, they may also improve your physical health.
These four simple guiding principles can help you reap more from your practice.
Feelings of FOMO, or that your life isn't as you'd imagined it would be, are normal . . . and a sign to pause and get back in touch with what truly matters to you, says Sonima's psychologist.