Stop kidding yourself. You’re not ready to quit. And that’s okay. The sooner you admit that you’re not ready, the sooner you’ll be able to quit once and for all.
It’s that time of the year again: Time break your New Year’s resolutions! Okay, maybe not yet. Maybe you’ll last a few more days, or even weeks. But chances are, you’re not going to keep those resolutions. And you probably know it.
It’s that time of year again! Time to gather with family, relax, enjoy good food and conversation, and leave all of your stress behind. Right? If that’s not how you typically experience the holiday season, if you need some help staying Zen during the holiday season, then here are 5 tips that you can start using immediately.
It’s election season, which means that political conversations are getting hot. Are you having trouble finding your Zen during online or face-to-face conversations? If so, then I’ve got some ideas for you.
Back pain and the emotions are unrelated. Or at least that’s how Western medicine sees it. They’re separate — so separate that they require different doctors, different appointments, and different treatments. If this approach worked, it would be one thing. But it doesn’t work.
Why do my students get such amazing results? One of the biggest secrets is in how we practice. We don’t, for example, practice for hours at a time. Instead, we practice for just 15 minutes. The crazy thing is that we get better results in 15 minutes than most people do in an hour!
I’m a lot like most Americans. I live in the suburbs. I work 60-70 hours per week. I have student loans and credit card bills. I empty the dishwasher and walk the dog. But unlike most Americans, I live a stress-free life.
I was there in NYC when the towers fell. Like most Americans, I watched it happen on TV. Unlike most Americans, I could also see the smoke from my roof top.
Can you generate a spontaneous energy flow inside your body? Sadly, even people who have been practicing Qigong and Tai Chi for years don’t have this skill. And that’s a shame because it’s one of the most valuable skills that you can learn. It dramatically changes lives, and it’s one of the main reasons that my students get such amazing results.
I tell my students that practicing Qigong pays for itself. To be clear, I’m not talking about the amazing health benefits; I’m talking about cold hard cash. You should never be concerned with the money that you spend on learning this art because, one way or another, it’s going to come right back to you. Here are 22 common ways that Qigong pays for itself (and then some).