The Physiological Benefits of Staying Present Through Difficult Times
Research shows that we can experience less physical and emotional pain and discomfort when we choose to face our difficulties. The benefits of staying present and confronting our difficulties are rooted in the practice of mindfulness.
Thoughts Are Not Facts
It is natural for us to think that the thoughts that are generated in our minds are our own. At 180 Sanctuary @ Puripai Villa, We coach clients to become aware that it is important to understand that we need to be able to evaluate new information that drips into our minds.
3 Ways to Find Joy Every Single Day
Follow these three mindful steps that I encourage our clients to use at 180 Sanctuary. Why? So that you can bring small but good moments into your awareness.
How to be kinder to yourself
When we are under copious amounts of stress, we all tend to think the worst of ourselves.
Train Your Brain To Build Resilience (EPISODE 2)
Learn how to deal with negative emotions when they surface and “intentionally cultivate positive ones, such as kindness, gratitude, generosity, delight, and awe.
Train Your Brain To Build Resilience (EPISODE 1)
Encountering life’s obstacles and hardships may ultimately be unavoidable at times. They can range from trivial annoyances to traumatic events that leave psychological scars