We all know that biking is great for the body, as it boosts cardiovascular health, builds strength, reduces body fat, and increases circulation. However, let us not forget that physical and mental health benefits are interwoven and mutually dependent. In fact, activities like biking can help you melt away stress, improve mood, and increase focus. While your muscles are engaged, the brain works as well and receives an instant chemical boost.
There are many uses for sodium, and these powerful uses for salt will serve your health and happiness like salt never has before. More than just to taste, these simple life hacks will make you rethink this common spice, and it’s many applications around the home.
There are various forms of salt, yet the most commonly used and known being regular white table salt. However, this salt isn’t recommended by those of us here at Spirit Earth Awakening simply because it lacks any real health or nutritional value. Instead, we like to opt for any variety of sea salt, or best yet – Pink Himalayan salt.
Bob Marley was a phenomenal man, helping to spur the awakening and enlightenment of individuals through his medium of music for many years. Though deceased, Mr. Marley has continued to inspire the World ever since his passing. In November 2014, Forbes Magazine listed Marley as number five on the list of highest-earning dead celebrities.
In the past two decades alone, Marley has sold more than 75 million albums, with more than 12 million copies of his best-selling reggae album ‘Legend’ being sold internationally, with several thousand new units sold every week.
Life isn’t about pleasing everyone who crosses your path. It isn’t meant to be lived doting upon everyone’s demands and expectations of you. Going through life this way will only serve to dampen your aura and lower your vibe. It will cause you to constantly feel on edge about things you might potentially do wrong, adding to levels of stress and anxiety.
So it’s no wonder that people who DO this to you, and make you feel this way, should be avoided at all costs. Granted, close friends and family who fall in this category is an argument best saved for later down the page. For now, let’s discuss the 8 toxic people to get rid of if you want any hope of becoming happier and more productive throughout the day.
Life flies by so fast! Does it not? Granted on occasion time seems to move like molasses and it feels like forever to get through certain days, yet on the grand scale, looking back at the course of your life, does it not seem to have flown by?
It’s easy to get caught up in the ‘day-to-day’ and overlook nearly everything we’ve been blessed with. Becoming so comfortable and accustomed to everything and everyone that we no longer focus on the happiness they bring. Instead, we become so secure in them we take them for granted. This leads to us more easily lending our focus and attention on less than desirable feelings such as what we yet lack and everything we’ve yet to do or get. Naturally this area of focus may lead to fear, doubt, anxiety, depression, or any number of negative emotion.
Consciously putting forth effort toward ‘Soul Work’ is important, every single day, if we ever hope to become our greatest version. This primarily means working on our happiness, passions, and truth.
Mostly, what these all require is to be true to oneself, as doing so is crucial to spiritual enlightenment.
By knowing ourselves we are better able to understand what it is we need (or desire) to live our best, happiest, most creative, rich, and abundant lifestyle. As opposed to what we think we need or want, or how other’s believe our lives should go.
Happiness is both an elusive secret that many have trouble grasping and holding on to, while also an all-encompassing resource that is easily achievable. All it takes is the knowledge and know-how to tap into it’s supposed secret powers, and infinite source of wisdom, prosperity, and peace.
For hundreds, maybe even thousands of years, people have studied depression and even psychological illness. The goal of psychologists was primarily to rid a patient of their problems. Recently, however, modern science has begun to look at how happiness works. What are the building blocks of life? One that is not only free from illness but that flourishes with a deep and genuine happiness?
We all know money can buy quite a lot and if you’ve never heard the phrase “I’d rather cry in a mansion than under a bridge”, in response to whether money buys happiness, then you have now. Yet can money actually buy ‘real’ happiness? Meaning long-term, sustainable happiness and not the quick rush of temporary happiness we scientifically feel after purchasing something new?