You don’t need to DO something to be loved. We all hold internal conversations as we go through our days. Psychologists have identified these inner monologues as “self-talk,” in which you provide opinions and evaluations on what you’re doing as you’re doing it. It is this inner voice. We can actually “hear” what your […]
Productivity doesn’t happen by accident. Accomplishing all the things you need and want to do requires forethought and planning, along with a continuous supply of motivation and focus. Do you ever think how amazing it would be to do everything you set out to do each day and do it with ease and grace? […]
Fill your life with sweetness that is not necessarily sweetness. Research says that our brains are hardwired for pleasure and sugar works like many addictive drugs. Sugar affects our brain pathways just like addictive drugs, and most of us don’t realize how much we’re eating. In this episode Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The […]
Tape your mouth shut when your are sleeping! Sounds crazy, right? In this episode Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center, gives us tips on nasal breathing. Science has shown nostril breathing to be healthier than mouth breathing, which is associated with stress.
It’s Flourishing Friday again! In this episode Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center, builds on the idea of mindful loving and David Richo’s book The Five Keys to Mindful Loving. She looks at how to we can turn the Five A’s inward to support a loving relationship with ourselves.
In this episode, Emiliya Zhivotovskaya CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center shares inspiration from the book How to Be an Adult in Relationships: The Five Keys to Mindful Loving by David Richo.
In this Flourishing Friday episode, join Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center, for an inquiry into what it means to step up to support women in flourishing. Building on a recent episode on Thriving Women Thriving World with Caroline Adams Miller, Emiliya and Caroline put appreciative inquiry into action in real-time.
In this Real-Time Resilience episode, join Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center, as she shares the real-time resilience story of Kate Ingram. Kate used real-time resilience to recover from anxiety and depression through mindfulness, community and physical activity.
Do we apologize for laughing? Do we apologize for feeling excited? Where oh where did we learn to apologize for crying? In this Flourishing Friday episode, join Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center, to take a look at the science behind crying and how crying can be beneficial in moving stress out […]
In this Flourishing Friday episode, Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, CEO & Founder of The Flourishing Center discusses the three keys to flourishing: awareness, access and ability. She also provides tips for juggling the three A’s.