Generally, there are two kinds of relationships we can have with anger. We can externalize it outwardly, through speech and behaviours, or we can internalize anger, by maintaining it within our psyche and body. When practised in a rigid, extreme
Whether you’re happy, sad, angry, creative or stressed, it ultimately comes down to your neuroscience. The wiring and chemistry of our brains defines our every experience and behavior. As such, the best way to unravel and understand any aspect of
How are you today? It’s an everyday question we hear anywhere we go. The autopilot response is, “Fine, thank you.” What would it take for us to respond: “Content, thank you very much”? Content is not a word we use very often, is it? It almost feels like contentment is a lofty goal that requires an tangible accomplishment of some sort rather than a possible state of being in the moment.
Inner peace—we all yearn for it. But what is it exactly? We can spend a lifetime chasing after it yet, once we do find it, it seems to disappear in an instant. Like a sunset, it’s fleeting and intangible. Here one moment. Gone the next.