Blog Posts - Mindfulness



The Benefits of Meditation for Addiction Recovery

  Recovering from addiction is no easy task. It’s never impossible, but the road looks a little different for every individual case. For some, a little love and a lot of time can help someone go from their lowest low to a happy place in their...
by Recovery Advocates on Dec 15, 2016

Calm in the Midst of Stormy Chaos

Teaching yoga and meditation to teenage girls in high security lockup during a bulls-eye hurricane hit, and how that experience is parallel to staying in our inner core, where our inner calm resides.
by Lord Flea Sings on Dec 10, 2016

Yoga Can Keep You Motivated, How? Here Are 3 Ways

Seeking motivation to live a life of purpose? Why don’t you start with that Yoga Mat of yours! Yoga leads us towards a happy and motivated life; and the motivation [...] The post Yoga Can Keep You Motivated, How? Here Are 3 Ways appeared first on Y...
by YourMotivationGuru on Dec 7, 2016

Mindfulness: aprendiendo a crear Burbujas de paz

Hace unos días tuve la oportunidad de acudir al Instituto Mindfulness de Barcelona, a la presentación del libro Burbujas de paz, del sello Nube de Tinta de Penguin Random House. Debo reconocer que antes de leer Burbujas de paz era muy poco versada...

Mindful Moment - When Patience Becomes A Curse

Patience is a virtue.Or is it?I have been brought up to be patient, to avoid short-fused hot-tempered reactions, to take my time rather than rushing, to be patient with myself while trying to learn a new skill etc.But along the way I have noticed tha...
by Cosmic Faery's Journal on Dec 6, 2016

Mindful Moments - When Patience Becomes A Curse

Patience is a virtue.Or is it?I have been brought up to be patient, to avoid short-fused hot-tempered reactions, to take my time rather than rushing, to be patient with myself while trying to learn a new skill etc.But along the way I have noticed tha...
by Cosmic Faery's Journal on Dec 6, 2016

Mindful Moments - The Curse of Patience

Patience is a virtue.Or is it?I have been brought up to be patient, to avoid short-fused hot-tempered reactions, to take my time rather than rushing, to be patient with myself while trying to learn a new skill etc.But along the way I have noticed tha...
by Cosmic Faery's Journal on Dec 6, 2016

10 Good Habits You Should Adopt Right Now

Habits are in fact mere models of behavior that impregnate over a period of time. Most of you may have heard about the 21-day or the 30-day rule in which [...] The post 10 Good Habits You Should Adopt Right Now appeared first on Your Motivation Guru.
by YourMotivationGuru on Dec 4, 2016

moral judgment meant to make us think critically

Don’t worry, St. Symeon and St. John Damascene are still my favorites… but… task of moral judgment is always to prompt the soul’s incensive power to engage in inner warfare and to make us self-critical. The task of wisdom is to pr...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Nov 1, 2016

Art and Soul — We Are ONE

This is a gem for generations to come. Share the visual experience of Oneness.
by Lord Flea Sings on Aug 30, 2016

MINDFULLY ACCEPTING NON-ACCEPTANCE: Can we accept our failed attempts to be mindful?

Acceptance of “the way it is” Human suffering is human. Awareness is just aware of it all, without thought. Awareness is not thought, nor is […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulw...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 30, 2016

How to Practice Mindful Spending

Contents from freedom 35 blog. (www.freedomthirtyfiveblog.com) Being Mindful With Spending Mindful spending is when we only buy something that will create a net benefit to our well being, in proportion to its relative cost. The idea here is to spe...
by Freedom 35 Blog on Aug 29, 2016

DEPRESSION & SUICIDE: Being mindful and accepting of the pain of the dark days

Part of mindfulness practice is to have a nonjudgmental acceptance of how things are, right now, in this very moment. Seems simple enough. However, I […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 15, 2016

Things You Can’t Buy at the Store

I work in consumer PR, a discipline that attempts to sell products to people by influencing them via the media.  If you noticed any undercurrent of judgment in that sentence, then you probably can guess why my name and face are not blaring all over...
by Brooklyn Bread on Aug 3, 2016

Become More Mindful Using These Strategies

Too much stress and anxiety can begin to affect a person’s physical and mental well-being if they are not managed properly. Become more mindful in order to better recognize when stress and anxiety start to take a toll on you. Here are a few str...
by Recovery Advocates on Aug 2, 2016

Why People’s Opinions of You Aren’t Real – [Video]

No matter what anybody thinks of you, it isn't true! Listen to this inspiring, motivational video from Kyle Cease. Get back in touch with your inner child.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Aug 1, 2016

Caregiver Stress Eating Never Satisfies

I remember when Nicholas was young and in the hospital most of the time. Many times, his life hung in the balance. Jim tagged teamed shifts in the hospital when he could, but being the unemployed parent, I did most of the bedside care. And the worryi...

How Mindfulness Can Make A Difference

Do you want to make a difference to the world?  If so, how do you plan to do this?  Maybe you have grand plans or maybe you have no ideas at all. Usually, when we think about making a difference, we think about doing some form of charitable act.  ...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jul 29, 2016

Mindfulness Reminder #216

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by Mindfulness Jar on Jul 28, 2016

Mindfulness Reminder #7

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by Mindfulness Jar on Jul 28, 2016


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