How Travel Makes You a Better Person

Why is traveling important? Mark Twain wrote, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in … Read More

Living in Your Emotions

The ability to experience emotions differs according to people. This depends on the balance that is created between our IQ (IQ) and the emotional coefficient (EC). How is this balance constructed? From birth we inherit from our parents an intelligence … Read More

5 Simple Ways to Stress Less and Smile More

When I want to slow my mind, let go of a long day or seek more joy in my life, I step into the forest. Getting my feet on the dirt and letting the green of the trees and warmth … Read More

When the Body Screaming, the Soul is Silence

Our body reacts to all those feelings that we keep, that we do not say, that we shut up. What we do not say accumulates in the body, becomes insomnia, in knots in the throat, in nostalgia, in error, in … Read More

Take care of yourself

In life—in love and grief and all the moments in between—the best thing we can do is regularly affirm that we’re doing the best we can. But that’s a habit few of us develop until we desperately need it. Caring … Read More

Do You Need an Anxiety Detox?

Learn how to process this debilitating emotion and break free from the stress it can cause by observing and witnessing the sensations of your powerful feelings. No matter the root cause of anxiety, you know the symptoms: sleepless nights; that … Read More

About anxiety- Part three: The freedom of not knowing

Thoughts and reality In the first part of this series, we took a closer look at thoughts: those elusive, ongoing interpretations coming from our minds, commenting on whatever happens or is about to happen. Sometimes they’re like a babbling stream, and … Read More

About Anxiety – Part two: Who is the one that is anxious?

In this article, we’re going to have a closer look at the one who is experiencing anxiety, the one we call “me.” Who or what is this “me” that is worried, that is trying to get a grip on life, … Read More

About Anxiety – Part one: Investigating anxious thoughts

What is anxiety and what is causing it? Anxiety has many forms. It can be a small but tenacious knot somewhere in your stomach or a worried voice speaking to you when you try to sleep at night. Sometimes anxiety … Read More

Stay cool, calm, and rational

In divorce or any other breakup, you will need clarity. The good news is that we have thrived in the world as naked, clawless, and fangless animals simply because we are natural problem-solvers. Our minds are happiest when they’re working … Read More