Articles Posted in the Peace of Mind Category
Happy Thanksgiving. We asked what you are grateful for, and so many of you shared your blessings! Today, take extra time to give thanks for what fulfills your soul and sustains your existence in life.
November is upon us, and there is no better time to slow down and relish in the gifts of gratitude all around. Cherish your friends and family, and look around you every day to recognize all the blessings that you have in your life.
This article is part 3 of 5 in the series Words Of The WiseMohandas Karamchand Gandhi was known as Mahatma Gandhi—the “Great Soul.” Gandhi was an ideological and political leader of India during the country’s independence movement in the early and mid-20th century. ~ “A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, [...]
Today, draw some inspiration from Terry Tempest Williams. Her work has focused on issues of our interaction and integrity with the natural world, and she continues to challenge our level of ethics with the environment.
Today, draw some inspiration from the thoughts of Ralph Waldo Emerson—a great mind in our history.
The sound “Om” can manifest more than just a chanted mantra that resonates between studio walls—it actually is meant to connect you to the world around you through its vibrational currents which penetrate the air.
Steve Jobs gave us more than cutting-edge electronics – he gave us inspiration, creativity, and an example.
Use this piece of reflection to refresh your personal motivation from Organic Soul‘s “3 Words to Help You Make a Mantra” article.
Today, take some time to look at your reflection with the eyes of compassion, rather than criticism. Gaze at yourself, and try to replace every negative thought that arises about yourself with a positive affirmation.
Recognize what does bring you joy, and honor it for doing just that. Whatever, whoever or wherever it is that makes you feel happy and fulfilled, have pure gratitude for it. Ask yourself, ask others: “Does it bring you joy?”