Meditation is utilized all over the planet. The purpose is to clear your mind of all thoughts and focus on being still and calm. We live in an age where sitting still in a quiet room with no distractions or technology is unheard of. Yet, our bodies need the break from the chaos. To decompress and gain an understanding of how to control our own wandering thoughts. Meditation can lead to a multitude of benefits, including:
Matt D'Avella, a film maker who produces the podcast "Ground Up," featured Amber Rae, an author, to discuss the myths centered around success. What motivates someone to create? What are the parameters that judge whether someone is successful or not? How do you personally gauge your level of success? As creatives, we sacrifice our souls for the approval of the masses. Society chooses whether to accept or reject your contribution.
Near the beginning of my time in college, I was bored at work in the on-campus library and decided to pick out a book to read. I stumbled upon Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. Every successful person I know or have heard of cites this book as a significant turning point in their lives. For me, it ignited a passion for personal finance and real estate investing. Suddenly, I took my credit score and financial future more seriously. I started to question everything I have been told about money and started digging for the truth.
The human brain is excellent at formulating ideas, but not too great at following through with them. As creatures, we get so enthused with the possibility of success and fulfillment that we start out in a dead sprint and run out of steam quickly. I can hear all of you already, "this year I am going to quit smoking, start a diet, drink more water, start my dream business, save more money, etc., etc." We all have the best of intentions, but in reality, how many times have you followed through with these ideas you were so passionate about? This year will be different because you are dedicated to making a change, and together, we'll make it stick.
Flo is the love child of Afghani and Purple Thai. It is a sixty percent stavia leaning hybrid said to help treat anxiety, stress, depression, and fatigue. I picked some up for myself and am here to give my modest opinion as an average consumer. For simplicity's sake, I will break my review down into categories listing their success on a scale from one to ten.
I am currently planning my move across the country to a more progressive area, and I have reflected on my time in the south and the aspects of myself I hide for my own safety. Even in 2020 I still avoid holding my girlfriend's hand in some public places. I notice the looks of disapproval, and I feel obligated to chip away at my character to make others comfortable.