Opportunities are coming your way this month, and with the right mindset and some newfound confidence, you can wrap up 2020 with great success.
Sometimes the people we love can bring us down with their pessimism. Here, Sonima's psychologist offers a practice to help you avoid catching their outlook.
Accepting that you cannot change history is not always easy, but the reward is more energy, freedom, and awareness of the present moment. Here, Sonima's psychologist offers a meditative practice to help you free yourself of unhelpful thoughts.
Translating Patanjali’s philosophy into language even kids can understand helped this author take the wisdom to heart and find the confidence to venture beyond the mat and face her fears, insecurities, and frustrations.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
If you ever worry that you're bragging about your accomplishments, you probably aren't. Instead, consider working on your self-esteem with this practice from Sonima's psychologist.