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Beliefnet Voices - Arnie Kozak

Mindfulness Matters

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
Handling Rejection

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I was recently interviewed by Brianna Steinhilber of EverUp for a piece on dealing with rejection. You can read her very thoughtful story here http://www.everup.com/2016/02/05/rejections-hacks-brain-effects/ Here are some additional thoughts I had in addition to those quoted in her article: Why...
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Mindful

Taking time for what matters.

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
What If Schools Taught Kindness?

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Laura Pinger and Lisa Flook share their lessons from creating a "kindness curriculum" for young students. The post What If Schools Taught Kindness? appeared first on Mindful .
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IDP Blog

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
Real Happiness Challenge: Week 2 - Where Am I?

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Like a lot of New Yorkers, I'm a busy person! Rushing from place to place, answering endless emails, Facebooking, Instagraming, Twittering, drinking coffee, attending meetings, scheduling, writing a class outline while riding the subway, remembering Sharon Salzberg's teaching while walking to...
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Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
The True Upside of Hard Times

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I often say if there’s two things in life that we can’t evade aside from death and taxes, it’s stress and pain. Suffering is a part of life, but the […]
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Mindfulness Quotes & Thoughts

May you seek, discover and embody, the profound peace, kindness and...

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
Beyond the Personal–Verbal or Discursive Frame of Mind

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A "fundamental shift in consciousness from preverbal to verbal processing" occurs in young children. A "second, similarly monumental transformation from the personal–verbal to transpersonal–postsymbolic processing" can potentially occur in adulthood. "People at the high end of ego development (...
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Mind Deep

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
My New Book: 'Caring For a Loved One With Dementia'

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I am delighted to announce the release of my new book, ' Caring for a Loved One with Dementia: A Mindfulness-Based Guide for Reducing Stress and Making the Best of Your Journey Together' . It was almost two years ago, when a New Harbinger editor approached me to write the book. I am glad. It feels...
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Mindfulbalance

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

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
Wishing

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We spend great energy in mental processes wishing things were different than they are. Wishing the traffic jam didn’t exist. Wishing the boss were a little nicer, wishing our children would take our advice, wishing, wishing, wishing. Acceptance is a key to a happier life. If we can just try to...
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Tiny Buddha

Latest Post: February 9, 2016
How to Leave a Toxic Relationship When You’re Still in Love

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“Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.” ~Marilyn Monroe Why does it have to hurt so badly? You’re so in love, but your relationship has become toxic . It simply can’t continue. Night after sleepless night, … The post How to Leave a Toxic Relationship When You’re...
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Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

Latest Post: February 8, 2016
Calming the teenage mind in the classroom

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Click here for Mindfulness Meditations for Teens, by Bodhipaksa Kelly Wallace, CNN: At the start of the school year at Marblehead High School in Massachusetts, students started moving their desks out of the way, grabbing a mat and laying down on the floor for guided meditation before French class....
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2bpresent - Westchester, NY

meditation mantra mindfulness

Latest Post: February 8, 2016
Weekly Wisdom #52

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Those who live in harmony with themselves live in harmony with the world. Tweet
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simple mindfulness: simple steps to a happier life

Discover how mindfulness can increase happiness in your life.

Latest Post: February 7, 2016
Mindfulness at Work: Managing Stress When Everything Is...

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Given how we’re programmed to view work, mindfulness and work seem like opposites. Mindfulness conjures up feelings of peace and serenity while the thought of work brings on a wave of stress. Deadlines, meetings, quotas, difficult bosses or co-workers and Continue Reading
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Dr. Rick Hanson

Resources for Happiness,
Love, and Wisdom

Latest Post: February 7, 2016
QUIZ: How Filled with Compassion are You?

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In essence, compassion is the wish that beings not suffer, and kindness is the wish that beings are happy – usually along with feelings of warmhearted caring. Did you know that studies show that people can increase these qualities in themselves, even changing their brains in the process? Find out...
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ZenDotStudio

Latest Post: February 7, 2016
Migrations, Dreams & Habits

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new work 16"x20" I am part of a migration, not one guided by the moon or involving birds or butterflies. No one has fixed a metal band round my leg or tagged my ear as part of a study, but still it's happening out there. I suspect you are aware of it too.  It's a technological migration of sorts,...
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The Pathless Path

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

Latest Post: February 6, 2016
The Use of Dialogue

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Dialogue is a tool for self-exploration. It's not a way to get others to behave, but rather a way to self-explore. The post The Use of Dialogue appeared first on The Pathless Path .
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Daily Cup of Yoga

a yoga blog with tips, tools, & wisdom on yoga, books, & technology

Latest Post: February 6, 2016
21 Affirmations to Transform Your Life

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“Affirmation without discipline is the beginning of delusion…” ~Jim Rohn I cry at movies and commercials and youtube videos and people hugging at the airport and puppies playing and…well you get the picture. Even though I am not part of the action or in the movie, to the brain it doesn’t matter....
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The Mindful Word

Journal of mindfulness and
engaged living

Latest Post: February 4, 2016
YOUR FEELINGS, MY BRAIN: They’re more connected than many...

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The following has been excerpted from Wired to Connect: The Surprising Link Between Brain Science and Strong, Healthy Relationships by psychiatrist Amy Banks, MD (with […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]
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zenhabits

breathe

Latest Post: February 4, 2016
Let Everything Breathe

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By Leo Babauta As you sit here reading these words, you are breathing … stop for a moment and notice this breath. You could control the breath, and make it behave as you like … or you can simply let yourself breathe. There is peace in just letting your body breathe, without having to do […]
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Mindfulness for Everyone

To help make mindfulness clear and readily accessible.

Latest Post: February 3, 2016
#719 What's Our First Priority? And How's That Working?

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Automatically, r eflexively, by default, we "look out for #1" - "me, myself & I " - we're self-centered. We're primarily concerned with our own safety, nutrition, shelter, health, wealth, power, prestige, fame, etc, etc, all of which , we assume (hope ) , means o ur personal happiness will be more...
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