What Is Primordial Sound Meditation?
Do you ever feel like you're constantly running on a treadmill and can never seem to catch your breath? If so, Primordial Sound Meditation may be the practice for you. PSM is a type of meditation that allows us to experience inner calm and deep relaxation. This ancient practice has been used for thousands of years by people all over the world to move beyond the mind's busy activity and emotional turbulence into profound peace and expanded awareness. In this blog post, we will discuss what Primordial Sound Meditation is, how it works, and some of the benefits that come with practicing it
What Is Free Association, And How Does It Work?
In this blog post, we will discuss what free association is, how to use it effectively, and some of the benefits that come from doing so. It typically works by encouraging clients to say whatever comes to mind as they listen (or in some cases, as they speak), no matter how disorganized or “off topic” it may seem at first glance. This way, you can better achieve your goals with therapy because anything that pops into your head will likely provide valuable insight into what you are feeling inside. When working with an experienced therapist who knows free association well, this process becomes much easier than if trying on your own. By allowing yourself to be completely open and honest about what you think & feel - even when those things make no sense whatsoever - you can begin to understand yourself better.
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In the words of Thich Nhat Hanh, “The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers”. The mind is a powerful thing that can affect everything from how you feel to what you do and say in a single moment. If your mind isn't at ease, it's going to be difficult for anything else to be comfortable either.
How to Own Your Anger and Overcome It in Relationships
How to Own Your Anger and Overcome It in Relationships Anger is an authentic emotion that everyone experiences at some point. However, it often becomes even more prevalent in relationships when dealing with another person day in and day out who may not always have the same opinions, ideas, or actions as you do. A successful relationship requires working with anger and learning how to control it instead of keeping feelings bottled in and exploding after a lengthy period.
The Top 4 Advantages of Having a Zen Mind
The Top 4 Advantages of Having a Zen Mind Do you know what it’s like living with a Zen mind? If not, you’re missing out on an incredible opportunity to experience a sense of calm and relaxation while soaking in different experiences and living for the moment. We often go through different things in life without truly taking the time to experience them for what they are, but those with a Zen mind do. So, if you’d love to experience clarity while looking past the materialistic things in life and focusing more on the beauty of nature and everyday life, it’s never too late to work on developing the right mindset to reap the advantages of it.
The Many Ways Meditation Can Improve Your Life
The Many Ways Meditation Can Improve Your Life The art of meditation can change your life for the better, leaving you feeling more relaxed and at ease while helping you release your stress and frustration from the day. If you're not already meditating, now is the perfect time to add this practice to your daily schedule. Dedicating a few minutes of your time to meditation each day can have such a lasting impact on your life, becoming a great habit worth having.
Learning to Love Yourself to Love Others
Do you feel like you have so much love to give but struggle to have healthy relationships with partners? While that doesn't mean that you're in the wrong, it's possible that your relationships don't work out because you haven't learned to love yourself. When was the last time you did something for yourself? How many times would you say you've put yourself down and called yourself names? We're often our biggest critics and lack self-love because of the experiences we've had in the past, but that lack of self-love can prevent us from having good relationships with others. If you want to love others, you must learn to love yourself.
The Importance of Achieving Equanimity in Your Daily Life
Achieving equanimity in life can leave you with greater self-control and self-awareness, but it requires a certain skill level and a willingness to let go of the things you can't control. Equanimity is a state of mental calmness achieved by an individual, even during the most challenging times. Those who've already achieved it can remain calm, composed, and collected while experiencing different things in their lives, some of which may be complicated and would typically cause others to lose their tempers or become agitated and frustrated.
3 Ways to Get Out of the War in Your Head
Are you always at war in your head? You may want to experience what it’s like to be at peace but feel like it’s impossible because you’re constantly judging yourself and talking down to yourself. We can quickly become our own worst enemy when we allow intrusive thoughts to take over everything we think and feel about ourselves and others. So, how can you get out of the war in your head and experience calm and peace without self-judgment? Check out these three tips that are sure to help you improve your mindset.
Mindfulness for Busy Entrepreneurs: Improve Your Work, Focus & Decision Making
Do you feel like your work is never done? That no matter how many hours you put in, there's always more to do. If so, this blog post is for you! In today's society, we are constantly being pushed and pulled by our busy schedules. It can be hard to find the time to take a break from it all and just relax. But here at Blissed Out, we believe that taking a few minutes everyday for mindfulness will give entrepreneurs the edge they need to improve their work output as well as focus and decision making skills!
Don't Let your Loneliness Hold you Back
It can be hard to not feel lonely when going through a difficult time. It's even harder if you're an introvert, as they often have a more limited social circle and may need more alone time than others. The key is that no matter how tough things get, it doesn't mean you should isolate yourself completely from the world. There are plenty of ways to keep in touch with people while still making sure you take care of your own needs first! In this blog post, we'll explore some tips for how to stay connected with friends and family without feeling lonely or overwhelmed by it all.
3 Reasons You're Still in a Negative Cycle: Spot and Change Your Habits
Negative cycles can be tough to break. They're sneaky, and they'll sneak up on you when you least expect it. But there are easy ways to spot them before they get out of control. Once you know what one looks like, it's much easier to change your habits so that the cycle doesn't continue. Here are three reasons why you might find yourself in a negative cycle: 1) You don't have time for self-care 2) You live with someone who is also in a negative cycle 3) You're stuck in an unfulfilling job or lifestyle.