The short answer is yes. Yes, yes, and yes. And in case that wasn't clear, yes. The long answer is: Contrary to popular belief, meditation is not just a health trend like kale smoothies and spin class (not that there's anything wrong with those things).
When you're first getting started, meditation can feel like a mysterious and daunting task. In truth, the most important step to beginning meditation is quite simple and concrete: Just take the time to do it.
Instagram is continuously criticized for its perpetual and blatant self-branding. Discussions around the network are dominated with associations to narcissism and exhibitionism. The partial view as a platform of endless opportunities for ostentatiousness shrugs off the app's alternative uses.
I've never followed a conventional path and that's probably my favorite thing about my life so far. I've done most things on my terms and believed early on in setting my own agenda -- even if that means making really difficult decisions.
According to Beth McGroarty, PR Director, the concluding report on the top shifts coming in wellness is a "distillation of what the experts at the Global Wellness Summit presented on that topic and the new developments/ideas which were most crucial to their theme."