Best of Our Blogs: March 4, 2014
I went to a yoga retreat this weekend. Besides a bracelet and muscle fatigue, I came back with a renewed sense of peace. There’s nothing like being in a room filled with hundred or so people doing yoga that forces you to be present and to breathe.
Being completely immersed in almost simultaneous movement and distracted by my breath instead of my smartphone or to-do list, kept my body in balance. When the mind is calm, the body has a chance to rest, heal and recover.
It took a retreat to remind me of that-that whatever tools, things, or external circumstances my mind believes I “need” to feel better doesn’t really exist. I already have what’s essential for healing, growth and happiness.
The yoga teacher in one of my classes said, “We don’t have to pursuit happiness, we just have to slow down enough for it to catch up to us.”
Let this week’s post teach us all to take time to pause, rest and reflect on who and what we surround ourselves with, how we interact in our relationships, and what our bodies are trying to tell us. If we take the time to listen in as much as we speak, do, respond or act, what we’re most desiring might find us.
Top 5 People You Spend Most Time WILL Effect Your Mood
(Mental Health Humor) – Who you surround yourself with has a lot to do with your state of mind. Chato asks us to take a pause today to reflect on the people and things you invite into your life.
The Effects of Withdrawal or Withholding Emotion on Your Couple Relationship
(Neuroscience & Relationships) – Avoiding conflict could actually hurt your relationship. This post looks at how expressing your emotions can build trust, emotional intimacy and be liberating.
I Hate Quotes About ‘Success’ (Except For This One)
(Panic About Anxiety) – Tired of one size fits all advice? Summer is too and shares her favorite anti-success quote that can actually inspire you towards success, however, you define it.
Stress Signals In Your Body You Might Be Missing
(Psychology of Success) – Your body has wisdom about what’s good and not so good for you. Learn how to read the signals to a healthier, happier life.
Anatomy of My ADHD Brain Fog
(ADHD Man of Distraction) – An ADHD brain fog might look different than what you would expect. Kelly breaks it down with a tip on what helps him clear it.
Uyemura, B. (2014). Best of Our Blogs: March 4, 2014. Psych Central. Retrieved on February 8, 2016, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2014/03/04/best-of-our-blogs-march-4-2014/