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.
This practice of selfless service can be done anywhere, anytime, and its effect can transform not only others' lives but yours as well.
This ancient energy practice may seem slow and boring, but it's actually quite challenging and can benefit your mind and body.
Thinking how your life stacks up versus your friend’s can leave you feeling lost and unsatisfied. Here, Sonima's psychologist offers a practice to help identify what you truly desire.
We are all creators in some way. Here is how a mindfulness practice can help increase your creative energy and expand your thinking.
Just outside the classroom, a living lab awaits where children not only learn but also develop a connection with nature that has the power to inspire the next generation to become leaders.
As much as they love us, sometimes friends struggle when we succeed. Sonima's psychologist offers a meditation practice to help you find the words to express your feelings and strengthen your relationship.
Learn how to truly leave work at the office for a more balanced, mindful home life.
Despite all of our “friends” on social media, many of us feel lonelier than ever. Transform your relationship to loneliness and use it to live a richer life.
Supporting a partner after the death of a parent can lead to compassion fatigue. Sonima's psychologist shares why self-care is essential in order for you to be able to help them move forward.
Follow this road map and guided mediation to help you navigate the inevitable ups and downs of life.
Somatic therapist Christina Giammalva specializes in helping people around the globe reach new levels of inner calm. Check out her top 10 favorite reads and actionable insights for finding truly lasting peace.
You can do anything when you literally put your mind to it. Just follow this mindful advice from Sonima's psychologist and meditation teacher.