Here is your weekly dose of photography. Hope you enjoy, feel free to send any feedback!

218/365 Against stress

218/365 Against stress

Choosing to remember your most important values so that it is easier to find the meaning in everyday stress. Having open and honest conversations about your struggles so that you feel less alone in your suffering. Viewing your body’s stress response as a resource so that you can trust yourself to handle the pressure and rise to the challenge. Going …

View in browser

---
217/365 Rise to the challenge

217/365 Rise to the challenge

Your body is providing you access to all your resources to help you rise to this challenge. Instead of taking a deep breath to calm down, take a deep breath to sense the energy that is available to you. Then put the energy to use, and ask yourself, “What action can I take, or what choice can I make, that …

View in browser

---
216/365 Joy and meditation

216/365 Joy and meditation

Joy and meditation are another pair of really nice things that form a virtuous cycle with each other. Meditation is training of the mind. Joy becomes highly accessible in a trained mind. With training, the mind learns to access inner joy with increasing ease and frequency. From "Joy on Demand: The Art of Discovering the Happiness Within" by Chade-Meng Tan

View in browser

---
215/365 Sophrosyne

215/365 Sophrosyne

Greek word for it was sophrosyne, "care and intelligence in conducting one's life; a tempered balance and wisdom," as Page DuBois, a Greek scholar, translates it. The Romans and the early Christian church called it temperantia, temperance, the restraining of emotional excess. The goal is balance, not emotional suppression: every feeling has its value and significance. From "Emotional Intelligence" by …

View in browser

---
214/365 How you live your life

214/365 How you live your life

How you live today is how you live your life. Tara Brach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4bu-Mw8LIc&feature=youtu.be

View in browser

---
213/365 Ask your brain to worry, and it gets better at worrying

213/365 Ask your brain to worry, and it gets better at worrying

Since the dawn of time, or at least since researchers started poking and prodding the human brain, it was assumed that the brain was fixed in structure. Whatever brainpower you had was a done deal, not a work in progress. The only change your brain was going to see was the deterioration of getting old. But over the last decade, …

View in browser

---
212/365 Faced with difficult question

212/365 Faced with difficult question

When the question is difficult and a skilled solution is not available, intuition still has a shot: an answer may come to mind quickly—but it is not an answer to the original question. The question that the executive faced (should I invest in Ford stock?) was difficult, but the answer to an easier and related question (do I like Ford …

View in browser