There are a number of mental exercises that you can do to gain greater insight into your self and others. We take a skills based approach to self-improvement. With practice you improve. These series of exercises and practices increase your skill in a variety of areas.
No need to get stuck or bored with just one method. Cross-train your brain by changing your routine. Regularity is the key.
Affirmations do work! Here is a brief explanation of how to use them.
Compassion helps motivate people to change as well as build the skills needed to BE with others in their distress. Compassion is the great motivator for improvement.
There are better ways to talk to ourselves and here is a brief explanation of one of those ways.
Counter pointing allows us to change our beliefs by looking at the facts of the situation and pointing out the flaws in our assessments.
Being Grateful is a great way to look at your life in a positive manner. Everyone has many things to be grateful for.
Mantras are a great way to change our beliefs to something more balanced. Here is an explanation of how to use them.
Meditating is just a series of mental exercises that we conduct. Here is an explanation of what different types of meditation practices.
How we talk to ourselves is very important. Looking in the mirror is a great way to learn to be kind to ourselves.
There are many exercises that help improve various skills. It’s important to change them up so we stay interested and motivated.
Physical exercise and nutrition are key components that contribute to optimal mental well being. Get up and move around and eat non-processed foods. Your brain will thank you.
Visualizations allow us to implant a different story. Athletes have used this technique for decades. Here is a way to use them for yourself.
Journaling is a great exercise to help uncover out stories. There are many benefits to taking up this practice.
Many of our stories about ourselves come from our childhood experiences. This is a great way to correct some inaccuracies and move in a different direction.