Distractions are very common during meditation. In fact, how you handle distractions is one of the most important parts of meditation.
In cultivating stillness and presence there arises from within a deep knowing or understanding of what is true and good. Insight derived in this way – from a deep state of presence – can be of the highest benefit to ourselves and others.
This new year, we invite you to spend a few minutes envisioning your future.
Want a quick meditation that you can use on the go? Here are five meditations that take only 3 minutes.
Meditation helps you regulate your emotions. But, what does that actually mean?
When your employees know you're on their side, they'll naturally be on your side as well. How do you build trust in the workplace? Through compassion.
As meditation gains in popularity, old misconceptions can still remain. This post dispels some of the most common misconceptions.
Consistency is what really makes a meditation practice work. It's far more powerful to meditate 10 minutes a day than to meditate for 60 minutes once a week. How do you build a consistent practice?
Traditional management wisdom has two strategies for creating focus and motivation: the carrot and the stick. Yet do these strategies actually work? If not, what does?
Anger. Fear. Stress. Guilt. Negative emotions are a part of life. We can't avoid them, but we can choose how we respond to them. Fortunately, it turns out that how we respond to them plays a big part in determining how these emotions impact our lives.