Laura Brito

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22 Truths About Willpower

Willpower is one of those tricky things that brings up different feelings in different people. For me? I am convinced I do not have it. A diet lasts …

Fitness

The best strength training exercises for women

Toughness training is a crucial component of any kind of physical fitness or weight loss strategy. A great weightlifting strategy can help to tighten …

A Look at the Healthy Habits of People Who Sleep Well

Think that your before-bed habits are the only thing affecting your quality of sleep? Guess again. Your habits all day long can have major implications on how you feel when you hit the hay. Read up to get the best shut-eye possible!<p>Morning<p><b>Keep your wake-up time consistent:</b> Different wake-up times …

Why Do Our Minds Wander?

Sometimes the mind wanders. Thoughts pop into consciousness. Ideas or images are present when just a moment before they were not. Scientists recently have been turning their attention to making sense of this.<p>One natural picture of the phenomenon goes something like this. Typically, our thoughts and …

Consciousness

Honoring our Gurus: Learning from the life accounts of Rishis-III

In the previous article, I sketched the life accounts of Rishis like <b>Vālmīki, Mātanga, Ashtāvakra, Markaṇdeya,</b> and how these accounts teach us …

Becoming Intuitive, and the Power of Trusting Your Gut

Q<p>How did you know you had this ability?<p>A<p>When I was young, I would often have an inkling or gut feeling about something and it would come true. At …

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Forget mindfulness, stop trying to find yourself and start faking it

People are often surprised to learn that Confucius, Mencius, Laozi and other classical Chinese philosophers weren’t rigid traditionalists who taught that our highest good comes from confining ourselves to social roles. Nor were they placid wise men preaching harmonious coexistence with the natural …

Taoism