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These blogs offer inspiration and guidance for a life of resilience, calm, equanimity and connecting with whatever is happening now.

Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

Latest Post: October 22, 2014
Energize, Inspire, Enjoy

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Recently I offered a mantra that can accompany the out-breathing: Relax, Rest, Reveal. These words encourage us, respectively, to let go of unnecessary tensions in the body, to let go of unnecessary mental effort, and to be open and receptive to whatever is arising in our experience. I’d like now...
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Mindfulbalance

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

Latest Post: October 22, 2014
Sitting through difficulties

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When we sit we are doing two things. First, sitting becomes a container; whatever has happened we sit still and feel it. The other side of sitting is the stillness of non-reactivity. We feel all…without doing anything to anybody. The feeling becomes our own responsiblity. Instead of our attention...
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Tiny Buddha

Latest Post: October 22, 2014
Walk Toward Your Dreams: If Not Now, When?

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“Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.” ~Alan Cohen Last year I was suddenly made redundant along with half of my colleagues, as our company was being taken over. It was swift and severe. It was also a blessing. I didn’t want to work for the...
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Mindfulness for Everyone

To help make mindfulness clear and readily accessible.

Latest Post: October 21, 2014
#576 Practicality of Prioritizing Quality

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When we compare a homeless alcoholic guzzling the handiest liquid intoxicant (including mouthwash, hair tonic, etc), with a sophisticated wine connoisseur, we tend to identify with the latter. For one, it's all about becoming intoxicated as quickly as possible - escaping reality into mindlessness...
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Mindful

Taking time for what matters.

Latest Post: October 21, 2014
Michael Gervais: Mindfulness and High Performance Training...

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Profound Inner Transformation

Latest Post: October 21, 2014
Monism

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The more popular perspective amongst neuroscientists today is a physical monism which assumes that the entirety of conscious experience arises from the complexity of neuronal structure and connections. This provides a very simple solution to the challenge of dualism, but at a rather high price....
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zenhabits

breathe

Latest Post: October 20, 2014
Pushing Past the Terrifying Dip in Motivation

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By Leo Babauta My son, who is officially an adult in a matter of days, is facing a small crisis: the project he’s working on is not going well, and he’s ready to give up not only on the project but the career he was excited about not too long ago. I can feel the […]
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The Mindful Word

Journal of mindfulness and
engaged living

Latest Post: October 20, 2014
THE GRATITUDE CHALLENGE: What are you thankful for today?

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On my Facebook news feed a couple of months ago, I started seeing posts in which people I knew were expressing their gratitude in lists […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]
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IDP Blog

Latest Post: October 20, 2014
The Wisdom of Anger and the Illusion of Freedom

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Anger is a funny emotion, because although it often causes us and those around us suffering, we deep down kind of like it. We like the feeling of power it gives, the sense of righteousness that sometimes accompanies it, and the feeling of control we can get through it. So although we know we...
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Mindfulness Quotes & Thoughts

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

Latest Post: October 18, 2014
Self, Ego and Selflessness

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"... the end of polarities is the completion of all skillful means, all practices, and all methods that were used to surmount ignorance. When ignorance is no longer pitted against wisdom, there is nonreferenced ease . ... We have to extract the 'me' from our salvation and prohibit identification...
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Tasting Mindfulness

Latest Post: October 15, 2014
5 Tips for People Too Busy to Meditate

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When someone tells me he is too busy to meditate, I know he is just the person that needs it most. The busier you are, the more you need to take time for a bit of mindfulness. I’m sure you … Continue reading →
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