Take a Mindfulness Break Infographic Source: magic.piktochart.com
Can therapies based on these ancient techniques help modern afflictions? Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk “Mindfulness has been perhaps the most helpful approach in terms of dealing with what life throws at you.” … Continue reading
Patricia A. Jennings explains why teachers should cultivate moment-to-moment awareness of thoughts, feelings, and surroundings. Source: greatergood.berkeley.edu
Why your mind isn’t the steel trap you think it is. #MBCT Source: http://www.psychologytoday.com Learning about brains is cool. #MBCT See on Scoop.it – Mindfulness for Everyday Living
A new study suggests that experience trumps intellectual knowledge when it comes to fostering compassion. Source: greatergood.berkeley.edu I always say “the practice is the teacher” now science is too.
In the rush, rush, rush of too-much-to-do-and-no-time-to-do-it, the important, nurturing aspects of parenthood can easily disappear. Even the smallest degree of mindfulness can have profound effects on children, no matter … Continue reading
When you spend time observing your thoughts, you start to realise that that’s all they are – thoughts. And then you notice things about them – not just their content, … Continue reading
Your goals and expectations might actually be holding you back, says Ed Halliwell. Changes from meditation come as a by-product from learning the practices themselves. Source: http://www.mindful.org See on Scoop.it … Continue reading
Want to build some mindfulness practices into your day? Elisha Goldstein suggests key practices you can try right now. Source: http://www.mindful.org Good quick reference for STOP and RAIN.