The Daily Calm – April 30th, 2020

Feeling trapped inside? Or completely anchorless? A psychologist explains how we can intentionally build more freedom, structure, and connection into quarantine life.

4 Ingredients for Human Well-Being

A busy mind can leave you uncomfortable, anxious and fearful. Yet, it’s hard to let go. Surrendering is one of the first steps to calming our minds.

4 Relaxation Techniques to Calm Your Busy Mind

With everything going on around the world, it’s likely many of us are looking for ways to de-stress and come back to ourselves as we navigate this unprecedented pandemic. Meditation is an excellent way to do so.

Boost Your At-Home Meditation Space With These 9 Tools

With the Coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent quarantine and lockdown, feeling stress is a normal reaction. In this state of uncertainty, even daily tasks like going out to get groceries are stressful.

So, what’s your kind of meditation?

Want to take your meditation session to another whole new level? Transcendental meditation can help you achieve a calm, clear, and awake conscience.

What Happens When You Incorporate Transcendental Meditation In Your Routine?

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