Named one of the next generation of meditation teachers to watch by SONIMA, Adreanna Limbach is the author of Tea And Cake With Demons: A Buddhist Guide to Feeling Worthy . Her work has been featured by The New York Times, Refinery 29, OPRAH Magazine, Yoga Journal and Women's Health.

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  • Putting Anxiety on Trial

    Put your anxiety on trial and question the validity of your thoughts as a powerful method for a more relaxed state of mind.

  • Portrait of Appreciation

    In a journaling contemplation, sketch out the strengths of someone else as a way to release mental ruminations of yourself, and cultivate gratitude for the people in your life.

  • Managing Disappointment

    Navigate inconsistencies between expectations and reality by bridging the gap between the two so disappointment doesn't fester.

  • Journaling For Energy

    In this journaling contemplation, get familiar with your energy resources to create a deeper sense of personal choice in how you spend it.

  • Journaling For Attention

    Examine what truly captures your attention and discover what you actually desire most as a method to develop deeper focus.

  • Journaling For Money

    Contemplate your relationship with money and look at your preconceived ideas around the often charged topic.

  • Journaling For Time

    Find clarity on how you use your time and where you trade it for other resources so you can be more decisive in how you allocate it.

  • Opening Meeting

    Set the tone for your meetings with a couple powerful questions before you begin.

  • Closing Meeting

    Discover effective ways to transition out of your meetings and into the next task at hand.

  • Breaktime

    Learn how to refresh your mind and body so you feel more clear and more grounded during your short breaks.

  • Brainstorming

    Learn how to kick off a brainstorming session with three helpful questions so you can make the most of everyone's time.