My Three Favorite Tools For a Healthy, Happy Life with Soraya Bakhtiar

06/20/2019

The world of fashion has become a cyclone that whizzes through each season, and despite the overwhelmed audience left in its wake, the storm only continues to gather speed. At the eye of this confusing whirlwind, Soraya Bakhtiar can be found, calm and confident. Read more

Choose A Meditation Practice You’ll Stick With

05/19/2019

Modern life is demanding and stressful, and in a lot of ways, meditation is the perfect antidote. But while having the intention to meditate is one thing, establishing and maintaining a regular practice is another thing entirely. Read more

Meditation Is Not All “Listening To The Wind And The Trees And The Birds”

05/16/2019

“I actually was not a believer in meditation. I always thought meditation was something that you had to clear your head [to do], which was something that I was really awful at. I thought you had to focus on something…but it was surprisingly really easy.” Read more

Finding Stillness Beyond The Surface

02/11/2019

“I feel more depth and equanimity…there is a part of me that is deeper and unshakable. That part offers a little whispered voice during those really tough moments, that says: this is the surface. There is something beyond this, and you are fine there.” Read more

The Power of Habit: 6 Ways to Prioritize Your TM Practice

12/23/2018

Creating healthy new habits is a worthy pursuit any time of year! February 1st, or 5th (or any old Monday!) can be just as a much of a fresh start as January 1st. We hope these tips will help you find ways to create more time for yourself and your TM practice, no matter when you start! Read more

“It Hit Me, Quite Literally, After Endless Months Of Going To Sleep Wired”

10/31/2018

“With the thick soup of emotions, activities, actions, and lack of sleep that makes up modern life, many of us find ourselves in a constant state of stress — whether we realize it or not. Our fight or flight responses are jacked up, leaving us in a pickle of confused cortisols and befuddled coping mechanisms, which really just mask the inner noise.” Read more

Tom Hanks And The Afternoon Crash

07/23/2018

The Afternoon Crash. The 3 O’clock Slump. The Post-Lunch Syndrome. Whatever you call it, we’ve all experienced that point in the afternoon where energy seems to evaporate and productivity plummets. Read more

Changing Lives & Transforming Education

06/22/2018

At the Sacred Heart School in Lake Worth, FL, and other schools all around the world, the “Quiet Time” program is giving students the extra edge they need to succeed! Read more

A Highly Personal Yet Highly Impersonal Endeavor

05/22/2018

I wake up every day excited to give people – rich or poor – a precious tool to transform their lives in ways they hadn’t even imagined, and to discover a wealth of possibilities within themselves. Read more

Life With Terminal Cancer — Finding A Positive Perspective That Fosters Mental And Emotional Healing

04/24/2018

I thrive on being busy and learning new things, and so I’m struggling to adjust to the idea that my time may be getting cut quite short. It has suddenly become impossibly hard to figure out what I actually do have time for anymore. At this point, for me to take on anything new, I really have to believe in its merits. Read more

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