The thought process I suggest for those of you who want to gain inspiration is to always find something to focus on, whether it be a fictional or non fictional character that inspires you. I take this guideline from spiritual leader- Caroline Myss who brought to light the archetypes of our sacred contracts. It gave me the idea that we could match up ourselves to something as a symbol of inspiration.
In reference, there was such a hype about fake tanning. The obsession with sun kissed skin would never make a pale skinned girl feel beautiful and glad.
Much like the happier and easier to interact with kind of people, toxic people come in all shapes and sizes. From the overly critical parents, to the stressful work colleagues and bitter-tongued friends, these are people you will meet everyday. What’s more, getting dragged down by them can be so easy that you might not even realise until someone points out how cranky you’ve become lately. Dealing with toxic people can be a struggle at first, but once understood it can be mastered… Perhaps you’ll even be able to help these people combat their issues. Here are some crucial tips to help you out:
For years, I’ve been on a one-man journey to discover the true path to happiness. The kind that always seems to appear only in the end of Silly Symphony cartoons and romcom flicks. Peers of mine search for happiness through mediums of their own, may it be through romance, job satisfaction or exploring the world around them. I first get a glimpse of my own path to happiness through actor Josh Radnor’s 2010 independent film happythankyoumoreplease, a coming-of-age movie that has undertones of spirituality in midst of all the urban, seemingly egotistical troubles and tribulations its characters go through. Needless to say from the title the movie is one that targets to teach its audience about the importance of gratefulness, and being able to experience contentment and enjoyment with what is around you, and being able to see the light through any problems that might come in your way. But…
Did you know? Only about a quarter of children aged between 5 and 15 years do at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each day. Boys in Years 6, 8 and 10 are more active than girls, however physical activity declines with age. Why get active? Regular physical activity is an important part of getting healthy and staying healthy. Encouraging kids and teens to be active from a young age sets good habits early on and helps them develop the skills they need to stay active throughout their lives. Regular physical activity helps kids and teens: Healthy growth and development Builds strong bones and muscles Improve balance and develop skills Maintain and develop flexibility Schieve and maintain a healthy weight Improve cardiovascular fitness Reduce stress and feel more relaxed Improve posture Boost confidence and self-esteem Have fun with their friends and make new ones Children who don’t…
Creativity can ebb and flow depending on our moods, circumstances and outlooks. Some weeks are just too stressful to create a positive and creative environment.
Here at Infinity House we believe that spirituality can help work our creative muscles more than we care to believe. There are ways to step past the negativity and creative blocks and tap into yourself in order to find the creativeness you are looking for.
It is said that the two crushing human emotions one can endure is firstly that of grief and secondly that of heartbreak. These two emotions shake up the soul, if anything, wake up the soul to forge itself into the body and give the human life a different level of energy. An entrance to spirituality.
Have you ever heard of the term ‘aura’ before? I’m sure you have. Many people use it as a way to express the vibe someone radiates and in a sense that is what it means. However, it’s a little deeper than that.
A lot of scientists now acknowledge that both earth and beings give off different energies.
The human aura is a “bioenergy field that is made of many different layers and colours”.
Ease your way into a more restful night’s sleep with restorative yoga poses and deep, mindful breathing. Where Zen meets REM, here are six easy yoga poses to activate the Parasympathetic Nervous System, which helps to counteract stress and promote relaxation.
These postures can work for anyone, including yogis and non-yogis alike. The best part: all you need is a pillow and you can do this sequence right in comfort and ease of your own bed!
Maybe you are looking to make changes in the way you approach your relationships, or perhaps you are striving to alter the way in which you handle work related stress. Self-help books can be the best tool, and what better gauge of their quality, than to select the very books that have helped these successful people to live a more positive life.
Nobody thinks about this because we all have a myth that if we become nice then people start using us and if they use us then so what happened they are making their own karma, ignore them and be nice because you are born nice and What’s wrong with being nice? You have to love, you have to forgive, you have to ready to always help etc. God has made everybody equally nice that is why all the toddlers are same.