The Personality Profile of a Meditator: How Meditation Changes Your Personality and Who You Are

Meditation is perhaps the best kept secret when it comes to personality change. Those who meditate regularly and prioritize their practice reap rewards that are completely unknown to the average person.

MVP Morning Routine: How to Wire Yourself to be in a Consistently Good Mood

Why aren’t people naturally happy? Being a modern human is a balancing act. We are constantly shuffling between responsibilities, and I’ll admit I wouldn’t mind an assistant for my own life. Sometimes life is just loud; sometimes it’s just a lot to deal with. But there’s also the misconception that humans are wired for happiness.Continue reading “MVP Morning Routine: How to Wire Yourself to be in a Consistently Good Mood”

The Transformative Power of Meditation

Meditation brings you back to yourself. It reminds you how to laugh freely, to love openly, to embrace the fullness of existence. Meditation will continue to bring you back to yourself, every single day that you make the conscious decision to invest in this practice. Meditation makes every day worth living, no matter the contentContinue reading “The Transformative Power of Meditation”

The Buffer Effect of Having a Life Purpose

Depression. Addiction. Bad relationships. Persistent dissatisfaction. Those are just a few of the ways that we suffer from lacking direction in life. We lack direction when we haven’t carefully constructed our life purpose. Without a purpose—without an impetus to push forward—we fall prey to all sorts of menial distractions. We fall into the lower levelsContinue reading “The Buffer Effect of Having a Life Purpose”

Happiness isn’t what you truly want (and what you’re really searching for)

Life happens in the mind. Wouldn’t it be fabulous if objective circumstances completely dictated our level of happiness, independent of our interpretation? If that were the case, the vast majority of people in developed countries would have no reason to be unhappy or unsatisfied, because comparatively, we are in the 1%. We wake up toContinue reading “Happiness isn’t what you truly want (and what you’re really searching for)”