A limiting belief is a mindset or self-perception that restricts who you are in some manner. Every person has and experiences limiting beliefs, but by learning to recognise them, you may actively work to avoid having them restrict you.
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.
What is the key to a good apology, one that has the power to mend and strengthen relationships? And how do you accept an apology? In this post, we’ll talk about why humans need meaningful relationships, the purpose of apologies
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.
There are probably times when you feel more like your true self. Maybe it’s when you’re doing your favorite hobby or working in a field you love. At the same time, all of us say and do things that feel inauthentic to ourselves and the world. How can you discover your true self and be happy with who you are?
Do you ever feel powerless against your inner critic? Do you judge your worth based on what others think of you? Do you forget to remember God in your daily life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider practicing daily affirmations as part of your wellness practice.