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Mindfulness+ Podcast Review: How to Not Suffer

Thomas McConkie, a mindfulness coach and founder of the Lower Lights School of Wisdom, hosts the Mindfulness+ podcast on the Skylight app. In the podcast, Thomas uses his unique skillset as a developmental researcher and spiritual leader to illuminate mindfulness in a new way. Each episode is 20 to 30 minutes long, to help you practice mindfulness in bite-sized chunks. This post is a review of the “How to Not Suffer” episode.

A Guide To Attain Inner Peace

Attaining inner peace is a universal objective and is defined as the state of being mentally, emotionally, and spiritually calm despite any shortcomings, hardships, or stressors.
Mental Health

You’re Only Five Days Away from a Good Night’s Sleep

Most of us struggle to get enough sleep. And when we do sleep, it’s restless and uncomfortable. We wake up feeling just as tired as we were the night before. This has both short- and long-term effects on our overall health and happiness.
Mental Health

Can God Heal Your Depression?

Depression is a serious mental illness that affects five percent of people worldwide. For many, spirituality helps them manage their depressive symptoms and eventually find healing. But can that work for you? Perhaps you’re dealing with depression and you wonder if a higher power could truly be the answer.
Mental Health

Improve Your Mental Health with Spiritual Wellness in These 3 Ways

There are several different spheres in wellness—mental, emotional, physical, and social are the most commonly discussed. But one sphere that’s often ignored is spiritual wellness. It’s not talked about as much as all the other spheres, but it’s just as important because spirituality is a piece of who you are.
Emotional Health

Can God Help With Anxiety

The Skylight app has a five-minute spiritual exercise called “Anxiety Melt” designed to help you find God in your anxious moments.
Mental Health

Using Prayer to Cope With Anxiety and Depression

No one can do it alone, so lean on God.

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