“One Friday lunchtime in 1998, I bought the book by…
What does “Joy” mean?
….In this sense, joy is your life’s compass, taking you to where you want to go. You follow your joys.
I find it interesting that many high achievers are unconsciously trying to fill an empty space that never actually gets filled through achievements alone…
Personal and professional growth may be a great life-challenge. Professionals like Laura La Barbera provide significant help in supporting and accompanying individuals throughout the whole journey.
One of the six senses (mind is the 6th sense) will have contact with an external stimulus like the smell of smoke or alcohol, and a sensation will arise in the body, which could be butterflies or salivating. And thoughts begin to kick in I want it.
For me, meditation is the practice of striving for 100% authenticity. It is the search for ones own truth. And, not necessarily only in a metaphysical way, in a literal way, too.
Work-Life balance for me is listening to my body and mind and react when it needs time to recharge.
Aim for work-life alignment by crafting a meaningful professional life that matches up with who you are and what’s important to you
Seek out inspiration – Innovative ideas often come from happy accidents. You should also read what inspires you and then write about that.
Mindfulness to me is “the capacity to pay attention to what is happening in the present moment with non-judgmental, or even kind, attention.”
Discovering Headspace allowed me to find ease, to lessen that anxiety, and through practice I’m always trying to find a lightness of being. I never imagined I’d work at Headspace. I was living a world away and could only dream of sunny California.