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A Practical Guide to Joy

Happiness is fleeting, and joy is everlasting. That’s the difference, in case you were wondering Happiness is what we feel when something goes well in our lives. Joy is the inner peace and bliss that is unshakable by circumstance of experience. Joy comes from knowing that you are a spiritual being that happens to be in a really complex physical experience… come what may. Anxiety, fear, depression, stress and a feeling of hopelessness or helplessness can destroy your sense of …

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Handy Tips from Omharmonics on Making Meditation a Good Habit

We all know that meditation is good for us. But life gets in the way of making it a daily habit, doesn’t it? We start off with good intentions and meditate faithfully for 15-30 minutes a day, and then one day, something intrudes and we are distracted – and it’s hard to find the time the next day. There are definitely a few challenges involved in creating a habit of meditation. Here are some handy tips that will make meditation …

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Do You HAVE TO Meditate to Reduce Stress?

Do You HAVE TO Meditate to Reduce Stress?

Everybody has stress in their life. Excess stress must be managed for peace of mind and wellbeing. You know this… but are you able to follow through? If you’re feeling like you’re being crushed or overwhelmed by stress, you have to stay on top of it or suffer the long-term consequences. Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on how you look at it, humans are incredibly adaptable creatures. We are able to adapt to ever-increasing levels of stress, without ever relieving it. …

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How to Squeeze The Most Out of Life

How to Squeeze The Most Out of Life

Everybody wants to get the most out of life. When work and responsibilities seem to get in the way – leaving you exhausted and unable to do anything interesting or fun – then resentment and frustration can build up. No fun… but it doesn’t have to be this way. 1. Know what’s important to you and what you want to experience and accomplish. There’s no right or wrong answer but if you’re going to get the most out of YOUR …

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Where to Find Peace and Quiet

Where to Find Peace and Quiet

Where can you escape to, when the noise outside you and the noise in your head is becoming too much? It’s not easy, unless you live in a rural area. Here are some tips on achieving inner peace without being in a place that promotes it. Seated Meditation 1. Let go of expectations when you meditate. Don’t worry about having a “good” meditation or a “bad” meditation. Meditation should not come with goals. It is being, not doing. In this …

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Beginner’s Guide to Stress Management

Beginner’s Guide to Stress Management

Stress is a part of life, and while some stress is good (it mobilizes you into action), some stress is bad and must be managed. Different Types of Stress Good stress: “functional stress” including instincts, deadlines: this kind of stress keeps you safe, and gives you the energy, focus and motivation to get things done. Good stress also includes the stress you put on your body through exercise. It’s important to note that good stress is easily released by taking …

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Is Low Self-Esteem Affecting Your Productivity?

Is Low Self-Esteem Affecting Your Productivity?

We often think of low self-esteem as having a detrimental effect on our goals, but it’s often thought of in terms of not starting something, or quitting before you achieve success. We don’t often talk about the day-to-day actions that are affected by low self-esteem like your everyday job performance. Let’s talk about productivity. Whether you are an army of one and working on a personal project, a worker in a large company, or an entrepreneur with a small staff, …

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What to Do With a Mind That Won’t Shut Up

What to Do With a Mind That Won’t Shut Up

Many people desire to achieve a completely silent mind during meditation. It’s something that takes practice, but with the help of Omharmonics and this simple exercise, you can do it too. Note: as you learn to silence the mind, it might seem weird at first to be without that inner noise. Scary, even. So do it in stages, in small increments, and get used to ever-increasing periods of silence. Here’s how to manage a mind that won’t shut up: Note: …

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How to Personalize Your Meditation Routine

How to Personalize Your Meditation Routine

Meditation itself is simple, yet people tend to overcomplicate it with too many expectations and the belief that certain rituals are necessary, and many choose meditation styles that are just plain wrong for them. There are so many meditation practices, and so many reasons to pick up meditation – health, stress reduction, self-improvement, a desire to experience altered states of consciousness, relaxation, spirituality, inner peace, intelligence, focus, creativity… so it’s impossible to say that there is one right way to …

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Sleep or Meditation: Which Do You Need Most?

Sleep or Meditation: Which Do You Need Most?

Meditation and sleep both serve some similar functions. When you’re exhausted from what life is throwing at you, though, and intuitively you know that the only thing that will help is some deep rest, should you sleep, or meditate? Or both? Which one gives you the deepest rest? Surprisingly, meditation can be more restful than sleep. Here’s why: You feel more alert and energized after meditation. During meditation, you are more attuned to your energetic nature and are able to …

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