The following blog post was written by Simple Habit teacher Oren Jay Sofer. You can listen to Oren's meditations on Simple Habit here and read more in his upcoming new book Say What You Mean. From the moment I first start meditating I was hooked. Here was a simple, direct, and powerful method to sharpen my mind, … Continue reading 6 Tips For Better Conversations At Family Gatherings
Psychologists and meditation teachers give advice on how to cope with top holiday stressors.
Our vision, as we embark on the next step of our journey, is to be the destination people trust for their mental well-being.
The following blog post was written by Simple Habit teacher Kelly Boys and covers advanced topics of intuition, meditative inquiry, and alignment. You can listen to Kelly’s meditations on Simple Habit here and read more in her new book The Blind Spot Effect. Trusting your gut isn’t easy. Especially when what it might be saying flies … Continue reading Trusting Your Gut
Creating and sustaining a mindfulness routine is not easy. Just like creating any habit, it takes time, patience, and repetition. Plus, with our 24/7 lifestyles, we are constantly distracted, on the go, and thinking several steps ahead in our future schedules. This makes mindfulness even harder to integrate and so, many of us can easily … Continue reading Hitting a Wall: Finding Motivation to Meditate
Accept and let go of whatever happened in the last 3 days, 7 days, 10 weeks and realize that you can start again.
Emotional overwhelm sucks, and it’s not a good place to hang out.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Simple Habit is showcasing people’s experiences with various mental health conditions. These stories are meant to foster open conversations about mental health, its fragility and ever importance. We want to stress that everyone’s experience is different and these stories only highlight one of many. -- Sam Kearney grew … Continue reading Mental Health Journeys: A Moment of Peace
That doesn’t keep me from moving forward.
Challenges like anxiety, fear, anger and stress need to be normalized.
Meditation doesn't have to be overwhelming to learn. Here are 5 reasons we can help you make it, well, a Simple Habit.
We might be just vaguely familiar faces in a crowd to him, but because of him, we stay kind, we stay persistent, and we stay happy.