The Sage Within via Mindfully Musing

Tara LeMieux’s website is worth following for posts like this…

Reading Time: 1 minute. In the earliest hours of morning, before the bustling of day settles in – there is a space that begs our invitation; one that encourages our heart’s rest. In these first fleeting moments, stillness stretches her arms into thoughtful arabesque. It is here in this space where our awareness begins to form…

via The Sage Within. — Mindfully Musing

Dvořák Symphony No 9 “New World” Celibidache, Münchner Philharmoniker, 1991

Opinion | If We Are Not Just Animals, What Are We?

How To Stop Lying To Yourself

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself. Source: How To Stop Lying To Yourself – Better Humans

Interesting insights from an unlikely source: Dolph Lundgren on healing and forgiveness

Sleep and Relaxation Nature Sounds; Crickets Summer Night

Kosi R’vaya (by Shefa gold, arr. Hernandez)

This song is a meditation on the 23rd Psalm focusing on the phrase ‘my cup runneth over’…

Living in a City May Be Bad for Your Brain Health—But There’s One Trick That Can Help

A sound living environment is connected with a sound mind—and that’s exactly what can make cities such tough places to live. Source: Living in a City May Be Bad for Your Brain Health—But There’s One Trick That Can Help | Men’s Fitness

The Latest Minimalism Trend Is Called Swedish Death Cleaning (Let Us Explain)

Move over, Kon Mari! What you need to know about the new bestselling minimalism guru and her method, “Swedish Death Cleaning.” Source: The Latest Minimalism Trend Is Called Swedish Death Cleaning (Let Us Explain) | Peaceful Dumpling

Walking Study Corroborates Hippocrates’ Prescriptive Wisdom

A new study confirms that Hippocrates was right: “Walking is the best medicine.” Source: Walking Study Corroborates Hippocrates’ Prescriptive Wisdom | Psychology Today

Being with Stressful Moments Rather Than Avoiding Them

When we use mindfulness to get rid of stress, we’re no longer being mindful. Try this practice for being with and reimagining stressful moments. Source: Being with Stressful Moments Rather Than Avoiding Them – Mindful

Why I Believe That Feeling Offended Is a Choice

I used to get offended all the time. Then I started learning about how we interact with our thinking and realized I could see things differently. Source: Why I Believe That Feeling Offended Is a Choice – Tiny Buddha

What is the Ketogenic Diet? A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide

An in-depth look for beginners at what to expect when going on a keto diet. From what to eat and what to expect, to your daily needs and common approaches. Source: What is the Ketogenic Diet? A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide

3 Ways Meditation Dramatically Improved My Life Quality

Skeptical about meditation? Think it’s “wasting time”? I once felt like that too–but it’s helped my life so profoundly. Source: 3 Ways Meditation Dramatically Improved My Life Quality | Peaceful Dumpling

Both Happiness and Unhappiness are Unsatisfactory

The Buddha knew that because both happiness and unhappiness are unsatisfactory, they have the same value. When happiness arose he let it go. Source: Both Happiness and Unhappiness are Unsatisfactory, by Ajahn Chah – Buddhism now

Pema Chödrön and Jack Kornfield in conversation

A conversation with Pema Chödrön and Jack Kornfield about the everyday difficulties that provoke us, and ultimately transform us. Source: Pema Chödrön and Jack Kornfield in conversation – Lion’s Roar

Use Meditation to Finally Filter Out Your FOMO

When we rounded up our staff’s Weekly Upgrades last Friday, our editors were untangling pesky headphone cords, basking in true crime TV, baking puff pastry, and finally closing out our excess browser tabs. Source: Use Meditation to Finally Filter Out Your FOMO

Why It’s Hard to Let Go of Your Self-Limiting Beliefs

Research explains why there’s a good chance you’re more capable than you think. Source: Why It’s Hard to Let Go of Your Self-Limiting Beliefs | Psychology Today

„Shinrin-yoku“: Doktor Wald

„Shinrin-yoku“ nennen die Japaner das Baden im Wald. Die Gratis-Therapie verbessert Wohlbefinden und Blutwerte. Im geliebten Wald von Annette Bernjus gibt es keinen Handyempfang. Stattdessen Bäume,… Source: „Shinrin-yoku“ – Doktor Wald | PRAVDA TV – Lebe die Rebellion

In Growing up, Did You Get the Parental Guidance You Needed?

Here’s what can go wrong when you can’t comfortably confide in your caretakers. Source: In Growing up, Did You Get the Parental Guidance You Needed? | Psychology Today

The Science Behind Why Nature Is So Restorative

There’s just something about stepping outside after a long day indoors. Source: The Science Behind Why Nature Is So Restorative – mindbodygreen

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