Blog Posts - Mindfulness



Saying “No”

“No” is a complete sentence. –Anne Lamott How many times have we all said “Yes” when what we really wanted was to say “No”? I could write pages about the complex reasons for this, but at the heart of most of the reasons is fear of the o...
by Meditate Create on Jan 26, 2016

Saying “No”

“No” is a complete sentence. –Anne Lamott How many times have we all said “Yes” when what we really wanted was to say “No”? I could write pages about the complex reasons for this, but at the heart of most of the reasons is fear of the o...
by Meditate Create on Jan 26, 2016

Find Your Centre

Through practicing mindfulness and meditation you learn how to find your centre. Your centre is that place within you that is calm and still no matter what is going on in your mind, your life or the world around you. Your centre is like the depths of...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 26, 2016

Mindfulness Meditation: The One Essential Ingredient

There is one core ingredient when it comes to practicing mindfulness meditation – your bodily sensations. Tap into the opportunity to use the sights, sounds and smells in your daily life to become mindful. Let’s take a look at a few things t...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 25, 2016

Mindfulness Monday: Allsun's On A Personal Journey

We’ve been hearing so much about mindfulness and meditation in recent years and there is something wonderfully attractive about taking time for ourselves, living in the moment and focusing on the now.It all sounds fabulously Zen, but how to actuall...
by Fluff and Fripperies on Jan 25, 2016

The One Essential Ingredient of Mindfulness Meditation

There is one core ingredient when it comes to practicing mindfulness meditation – your bodily sensations. Tap into the opportunity to use the sights, sounds and smells in your daily life to become mindful. Let’s take a look at a few things t...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 25, 2016

The One Essential Ingredient of Mindful Meditation

There is one core ingredient when it comes to practicing mindful meditation – your bodily sensations. Tap into the opportunity to use the sights, sounds and smells in your daily life to become mindful. Let’s take a look at a few things to co...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 25, 2016

Become aware of your thoughts

You will not be able to drop your negative thought patterns unless you become aware of them. Mindfulness helps you to increase your awareness by repeatedly bringing you back to the present moment.  When you are mindful you will notice how often you...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 22, 2016

Think Less

There is no such thing as a neutral thought.  They are either positive or negative and based on past experience.  When you find the space between your thoughts of no thought, that is the space of simply being.  It is a space where there no problem...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 21, 2016

Be Loving

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by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 18, 2016

RELATIONSHIP OF AGING: 8 tips for a better parent / child relationship as parents age

Relationship of Aging: Evolutions of the Parent/Child Relationship Watching parents age is tough. Watching your divorced and still single parents age is heartbreaking. Not once did it ever cross my mind when I was a child what it would be like for Mo...
by The Mindful Word on Jan 17, 2016

Live Less in Your Mind

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by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 16, 2016

Being Inspired

Do what intrigues you, explore what interests you; think mystery, not mastery. –Julia Cameron Consciously choosing to activate the energy of feeling inspired supports a positive mood and encourages action toward personal and career goals. Many of...
by Meditate Create on Jan 12, 2016

Being Inspired

Do what intrigues you, explore what interests you; think mystery, not mastery. –Julia Cameron Consciously choosing to activate the energy of feeling inspired supports a positive mood and encourages action toward personal and career goals. Many of...
by Meditate Create on Jan 12, 2016

UNCOMFORTABLE IS HEALTHY: Learn How to Confront Your Emotions to Gain Strength and Grow

UNCOMFORTABLE IS HEALTHY: Getting in touch with confronting emotions We wish our lives away. From the time we’re born to the time we pass into the next world, we are in a constant state wishing away the future Continue reading at The Mindful Word...
by The Mindful Word on Jan 12, 2016

How to Stop Hating & Start Congratulating – 4 simple tips that make the difference in whatever you want to achieve in life.

How to Stop Hating & Start Congratulating 4 x quick & simple tips How to Stop Hating & Start Congratulating? I was once the guy who examined people and what they looked like, what clothes they wore, what car they drove and what job it loo...
by My Career Change Journey on Jan 10, 2016

How to Go from Heartless Thoughts to Healthy Ones in Recovery

Most addicts have a negative mind. The thoughts that forever emerge are heartless ones about oneself, others, or the world. An addict’s mind is like standing in the middle of a battlefield: gun shots are being fired and it’s chaos everywh...
by Recovery Advocates on Jan 8, 2016

The Mindful Separation

Dealing with a separation is a lot like breathing badly - you take short, shallow breaths, sometimes they come fast and furious and yet, you never truly fill your lungs.  Poor breathing, just like a chaotic, toxic separation, exposes you to maki...
by Ontario Family Law Blog on Jan 7, 2016

Practice Acceptance and Discover The Hidden Lesson

Are you practicing acceptance? Can you accept things as they are right now, this moment? That is what mindfulness is trying to help us do; to align with our current experience, to stop resisting what is happening right now. When we are lost in our t...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 7, 2016

Stop Resisting, Practice Acceptance and Discover The Hidden Lesson

Are you practicing acceptance? Can you accept things as they are right now, this moment? That is what mindfulness is trying to help us do; to align with our current experience, to stop resisting what is happening right now. When we are lost in our t...
by Mindfulness Jar on Jan 7, 2016


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