The positive feelings that naturally occur when we are giving to others promote calm and peace in our own experience of life.
Any time is the right time for a new beginning!
Where do thoughts come from? That’s a question that brings up a LOT of different answers from scientists, philosophers, theologians, educators, and many others. One thing those of us with ADHD know is that wherever thoughts come from, we seem to have lots of them! And often they don’t seem to want to stop coming.
We all know it is not likely that a person who is sitting or standing with shoulders slumped and head hung low will greet us with a hearty, “Good Morning! Isn’t it a great day?” We read body language of that sort quite accurately and recognize that the individual with that posture is most likely sad, depressed, ill, or anxious.
Researchers have found that that when you smile, you “trick” your brain into greater happiness.
While we know that many of the voices and messages that come at us through online sources are negative and intended to provoke a reaction, we can find many voices of wisdom and inspiration on line as well. What is the best way to find someone with a healing message?
Gratitude is a powerful tool if you want to experience a happier, more contented life. Some folks dismiss gratitude, because they think it is necessary to believe in a sacred being to be grateful. But it is possible just to be grateful, perhaps to the Universe, or to no one in particular. It’s an attitude — a positive response to life.
Why should we pay attention to our breathing? It turns out that occasional conscious breathing can have a tremendous impact on the quality of our life.
An increasing number of scientific studies are finding that walking in nature contributes to our well-being in many valuable ways – ways that go far beyond the obvious benefits of physical exercise and fresh air.
This practice of disciplined regular disconnecting and looking up from your screen or other task can improve your productivity, your satisfaction, and even your health. At the end of a day utilizing this practice, you are likely to feel like you have worked more on the right tasks, for the right amounts of time, and with less tension.