In partnership with the Purpose Project and What Now, we have created an immersive program to help guide your awareness towards true intentional living, and to reclaim your attention for the things that truly matter to you. The Hydrean is a tactile mindfulness tool accompanied by a series of guided meditation sessions specifically designed to help you create a mental space to perceive, reflect, and connect to what matters most.Get Started
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After another doozy of a year, we’ve finally made it to 2022! Well, almost. As the year that was begins to wrap, now is the perfect time to reflect on what you most wanted to accomplish in 2021, what you were able to get done, and what you learned about yourself from both a professional and personal standpoint.
Whether it’s your spouse, colleagues, friends, acquaintances or family members, practicing mindfulness daily can help strengthen your relationships. By showing you how to take a step back from the people you’re closest to, you can learn to appreciate them more as well as show them how much you care about them.
The festive season is a time of joy, celebration, family – and spending a whole lot of time in the past or future. Whether it’s trying to predict how things will pan out over the holidays, wondering what gifts to buy, budgeting for that turkey feast, or reminiscing about that massive family feud at last year’s gathering — many of us are too busy thinking about the has been’s of the past and would be’s of the future to focus on the now.
Expressing gratitude on a daily basis can make you happier. There are even studies to prove it. From better sleep to boosted immunity, and a decreased risk of diseases – daily affirmations of thanks to the universe can create a heightened sense of wellbeing. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it?
Mindfulness is a learned technique that teaches you to focus all of your attention on the present. By consciously becoming aware of your thoughts, emotions, surroundings, sounds and bodily sensations, you’ll be able to unlock a heightened sense of wellbeing.
Fear is an inherent instinct that almost every human has. It’s a defense mechanism designed to protect us from potentially dangerous situations. However, as we’ve evolved into modern beings, many of us have developed a natural, overwhelming aversion to people, places or things as they tend to elicit fear or anxiety. Fear can easily be triggered by more than just an immediate physical threat.
The human brain is an incredible organ. Every second of every day, it’s taking in an estimated 11 million bits of information. However, how much of what our brains are processing are we actually able to pay attention to? Not much, according to Harvard researchers who estimate that our minds are lost in thought 47% of the time.
Like attracts like. This is the basis for the universal Law of Attraction. The thoughts you think and emotions you harbor emit certain vibrations. When they are sent out into the universe, like vibrations are sent back to you.
There’s a reason Denmark is considered one of the happiest places on earth. From raising children in bliss to creating low-stress lives, the Danish pursuit of happiness - known as ‘Hygge’ - is a combination of behavioral choices, cognitive modification, environmental adaptation and philosophy.
If you think about it, philosophers, artists, and spiritual leaders have historically been depicted as using their solitude to create some of their best work. However, many still consider the act of being alone as a negative experience.
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