Yearly Archives: 2018

Ever had a rough meditation? You’re not alone. Whether it’s the chore of actually making time do it, the challenging thoughts that arise, or the minutes ticking by slowly, we’ve all had sittings that feel more like work than rest. Here’s a tip for bringing ease to your practice: The next time you consider meditating, simply...
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When I first became curious about meditation 10 years ago, I thought, “Where do I start? Do I have to become a monk and shave my head? My mind is crAzy — what if I can’t do it or it doesn’t work for me?” I was an anxiety stricken, over-analytical insomniac who clearly needed to...
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“Remember, you are your own best investment. Invest in yourself and your lifestyle. Quality of life is a key component in finding joy and maintaining self-confidence.” ~Akiroq Brost Do you ever sacrifice your own well-being to take care of others? If this sounds like you, chances are you are doing more harm than good. Think...
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The night sky is our window to the infinite. Above us are an untold number of stars and planets and other geologic wonders, and likely, life. It’s a hopeful place to project our thoughts and to tease our imaginations. When I look up into space, I contemplate all the wondrous things we’re still learning about...
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“How do I find my purpose?” Ever since Daniel Gulati, Oliver Segovia, and I published Passion & Purpose six years ago, I’ve received hundreds of questions — from younger and older people alike — about purpose. We’re all looking for purpose. Most of us feel that we’ve never found it, we’ve lost it, or in some way we’re falling short....
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From Tyler, the Creator to Kendrick Lamar, a new generation of non-drinkers is emerging. Angela Waters looks at the shift to see what is causing people to put down their glass. If you’ve been busy nursing a gin and juice, you may not have noticed, but not everyone at the party is drinking. As a generation,...
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Living in a place like Boulder, CO, I find it’s more common than not for people on a night out to be sober. Some call us the “conscious capital” of the US, but I find it’s a trend that’s actually catching on for millennials worldwide. Sober dance parties like DayBreaker are becoming the new rage,...
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So you’ve begun your meditation practice. You know all the amazing benefits of meditation and are excited about this change in your routine. And then problems set in… body aches, itching, thoughts, sleepiness. Who ever thought just sitting could be so hard?! I’ve practiced meditation for several years, but it’s only been the last couple months that I have consistently meditated...
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