1 comment on “Happiness is Contagious”

Happiness is Contagious

Guest post by Silvia Mordini In 1948, scientists and doctors began the most comprehensive study on heart disease ever conducted. Over 60 years later, the Framingham Heart Study still continues. Because the study involves so many people and spans such…

1 comment on “Stop Settling: Uplevel Your Intentions”

Stop Settling: Uplevel Your Intentions

Guest post by Silvia Mordini The quality of our intentions influences the quality of our lives. Successful business people, athletes and artists all sing a similar song when it comes to setting your intentions high. Yoga helps in this way…

5 comments on “How to Get Over a Bad Mood by Cultivating Breath Awareness”

How to Get Over a Bad Mood by Cultivating Breath Awareness

Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breath that creates inner serenity and harmony.”  - Debashish Mirdha, MD., neurosurgeon & philosopher  So you’re in a mood.  What do you do?  What are your go-to ways to…

1 comment on “Practicing Gratifood: Five Steps to Eating Mindfully”

Practicing Gratifood: Five Steps to Eating Mindfully

Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn, or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.” -Denis Waitley What people usually mean when they say “gratifood” is the process of applying gratitude…

7 comments on “3 Ways to Be Happy Now”

3 Ways to Be Happy Now

Happiness is a continuous state of quiet joy that exists in the moment from the inside out. Happiness is what love looks like. It is the manifestation of what it means to love ourselves, love our day, love our lives.…

3 comments on “Spiritual Adulting (Means Taking Time Out for Spiritual Maintenance)”

Spiritual Adulting (Means Taking Time Out for Spiritual Maintenance)

Do you invest more time and money taking care of your car than you do for yourself? Every year your car minimally requires: Oil change every 5,000-7,000 miles Rotate your tires every 7,500 miles Break pads changed every 25,000 miles…