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Mindfulness Matters

Latest Post: August 4, 2015
Coming Soon: Mindfulness A to Z

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2015 has been a busy year for me publishing books. In May, The... Read the full post here » The post Coming Soon: Mindfulness A to Z appeared first on Mindfulness Matters .
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Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

Latest Post: August 4, 2015
Meditation isn’t always relaxing, new study finds

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Sarah Berry, Stuff.co.nz: Meditation is many things, but it is not always relaxing. It restores clarity, relieves stress, changes our brains for the better, encourages creativity and calms our nervous system. But a new study has found that we experience elevated heart rates during certain types of...
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IDP Blog

Latest Post: August 4, 2015
Daily Connect: Metta Lessens Self-Criticism

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The Wall Street Journal has an article this week on the latest research study about lovingkindness meditation. Researchers studied participants of a seven-week LKM meditation program. They report that: read more
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Mindfulbalance

Towards more balance, less stress, better living, greater health

Latest Post: August 4, 2015
Not caught up in ideas

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Among the sixteen types of meditation, the baby’s practice is the best. Yuan Wu, Chinese Chan monk, 1063–1135 photo zivyaFiled under: Be fully present Tagged: Be fully present, Joy, Meditation, Mindfulness
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Tiny Buddha

Latest Post: August 4, 2015
How to Maintain Peace and Joy Despite Your Everyday...

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“In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you.” ~Deepak Chopra For years I allowed everyday struggles, like slight disturbances from schedule, to steal my happiness, peace, and energy. Whenever something disrupted my plan, I got negative and started complaining. When I realized...
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Mindful

Taking time for what matters.

Latest Post: August 4, 2015
Craving to Quit

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Mindful speaks to Craving to Quit founder Judson Brewer about the research behind the smoking-cessation program and accompanying app. The post Craving to Quit appeared first on Mindful .
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Tara Brach

Latest Post: August 3, 2015
Inviting Mara to Tea

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This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, Some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and entertain them all!... The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing, and invite them in. Be grateful for...
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The Mindful Word

Journal of mindfulness and
engaged living

Latest Post: August 3, 2015
RESONANCE: When we tune in to nature and other human...

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RESONANCE: When we tune in to nature and other human beings, we create an energy field of understanding and empathy I love the word Resonance. Resonance comes from the Latin verb ‘resonare’, meaning to ‘return to sound’. It means to sound and resound, as in an echo. Another type of resonance is...
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The Pathless Path

Wayne C. Allen - a simple Zen guy - writes about living and relating...

Latest Post: August 3, 2015
Fearless Exploration of the Void

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Only through fearless exploration of the void can we come to terms with and work with the monsters of our own creation The post Fearless Exploration of the Void appeared first on The Pathless Path .
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Dr. Rick Hanson

Resources for Happiness,
Love, and Wisdom

Latest Post: July 31, 2015
Don’t Rain On The Parade

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Why do we have cheerleaders? The Practice: Don’t rain on the parade. Why? Let’s say you’ve had an interesting idea or moment of inspiration, or thought of a new project, or felt some enthusiasm bubbling up inside you. Your notions are not fully formed and you’re not really committed to them yet,...
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zenhabits

breathe

Latest Post: July 31, 2015
A Brief Guide to Quitting a Bad Habit

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By Leo Babauta There aren’t many of us who don’t have some bad habit we’d like to quit: smoking, sweets, shopping, nail-biting, porn, excessive checking of phones or social media, other distractions … The problem is that we think we don’t have the willpower, faced with past evidence of failure...
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Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

Latest Post: July 29, 2015
5 Science-Based Practices for Daily Happiness

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Most people I’ve met, if not all, would try like to be happy. There are all kinds of books on happiness, courses on happiness, and documentaries on happiness. So why […]
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Tasting Mindfulness

Latest Post: July 29, 2015
Mindfulness Rescues Relationships

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Having just finished an 8 week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Program (MBSR) this summer with faculty and staff at the University of Missouri, I noticed a particular common outcome for many of the participants. “My relationship with my husband/wife/partner/co-worker is better.” … Continue...
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