Reflective-Meditation-for-Worriers

Worrying can involve anxiety, fear, anger, hopelessness, irritability, hostility, helplessness, and depression. It takes its toll on our physical health—headaches, stomach aches, migraines, sleeplessness, fatigue…the list goes on.

What Do You Live For? Informing our Response to Turbulent Times

We live in turbulent times, yes, but human history has been full of crises, natural and man-made. What is important, what makes or breaks us, is how we respond to life’s challenges as well as its gifts.

Your Body is Talking to You, By Diane Babalas, D.C.

Originally posted on theCrazy Wisdom Community Journal Blog. Read the original here. Did you know that trying to overcome your emotions is a bit like taking down your mailbox so you don’t receive bills in the mail? Just as receiving an electric bill and responding…

Seven Simple Ways to Boost Motivation by Marnie Burkman, M.D.

This post was originally published on the Crazy Wisdom Community Journal blog. Read the original post here. Change in every moment is a given. It is empowering to set conscious intentions around what changes will support your growth, health, and long-term goals. However, knowing what…