Self-Reflection Practices

Self-reflection relies on taking time to look inward—to turn over experiences in an effort to understand our own emotion, how we are in relationship to ourselves and others, and how we occupy space in this life—and it can take on many forms. Self-reflection practices are the methods we can use to promote self-exploration and analysis, and it is the crucial first step in almost all personal growth. Journaling, meditation, dream work, and creating vision boards are just some ways to tap into learning more about and orienting ourselves to a life in constant motion. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


Who Are You . . . Really?

Gangaji investigates the most important question you will ever ask yourself. Who Am I. Really?


Listening to Your Intuitive Self

“Let us become silent that we may hear the whispers of the gods … There is guidance for each of us, and by lowly listening we shall hear the right word. - Ralph Waldo Emerson


What to Do When Your Thoughts Conflict with Your Feelings

If your thoughts are positive, but yet you feel negative, what do you do about it? This video explains what to do and what not to do in order to feel good.


How to Stop Negative Self-Talk and Become Your Best Self!

This video is important for anyone who needs to stop harming themselves with negative self talk. Also added a few confidence-boosting tips at the end, and a huge announcement.


Dr. Seligman’s Definition of Optimism

Find out how Dr. Martin Seligman defines optimism.


How to Be More Confident

Most of us want to get more confident … but we don’t know how. Confidence seems to increase with age, but what else can we do to consciously boost our confidence? Here are my best tips. What’s one of yours?


Meeting of Minds (His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and Professor Aaron T. Beck in Conversation) 2/11


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