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Dr. Rick Hanson

Resources for Happiness,
Love, and Wisdom

Latest Post: August 1, 2014
Ethical Impacts

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Here is the latest talk from the San Rafael Meditation group with Rick Hanson. It's titled Ethical Impacts. More information on the San Rafael Mediation group can be found at http://www.rickhanson.net/teaching/meditation-group. The post Ethical Impacts appeared first on Dr. Rick Hanson .
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Mindfulbalance

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

Latest Post: August 1, 2014
A motto for this month: In the ordinary moment

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You didn’t have to be learned, live in a monastery or have extraordinary experiences in order to practice mindfulness: Bankei was approached by a priest who boasted that his master possessed miraculous powers. This master could take a brush and write Amida in the air and the word would appear on a...
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Tiny Buddha

Latest Post: August 1, 2014
Emotions Are a Strength, Not a Design Flaw

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“Eyes that do not cry, do not see.” ~Swedish Proverb Just get over it; don’t be so sensitive. You should toughen up and grow a thicker skin… I’ve heard this advice so much over my life, but I’ve never seen it make anyone happy. Advised to toughen up with thicker skins so we can protect ourselves,...
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IDP Blog

Latest Post: July 31, 2014
Watching My Daughter Learn To Ride Brings Up Unexpected...

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When my children were younger I was adamant about having only two-wheeled modes of transport in our house; no trikes , no big wheels, no three-wheeled scooters, no training wheels. “You’re torturing them,” the grandparents scoffed. “They need real bikes, ones they can actually learn on,” they...
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Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

Latest Post: July 31, 2014
The dance of intimacy and autonomy

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Love tends to join and hate to separate, but joining is not the same as love, and separation is not hatred. Sometimes the most loving thing a person can do is take a step back: that’s distance in the service of attachment. And it’s not loving to join in invasive or smothering ways. Most people […]
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zenhabits

breathe

Latest Post: July 30, 2014
How to Master the Art of Living

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By Leo Babauta Imagine you had a gorgeous blueberry sitting on the otherwise empty plate in front of you. You pick it up gently, place it on your tongue, and begin to taste it. You already know how a blueberry tastes, and so when this one is a bit riper than you’d like, you make […]
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Mindful

Taking time for what matters.

Latest Post: July 30, 2014
What's It Like to Take Google's Mindfulness Training?

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Mirabai Bush, co-developer of Google's Search Inside Yourself program, takes us through a day of Google's mindfulness training. read more
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Tara Brach

Latest Post: July 30, 2014
Attention: The Most Basic Form of Love

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Photo Credit: Shell Fischer On my son Narayan’s sixth birthday, I gave him an ant farm. He spent hours watching with fascination as the little creatures magically created their network of tunnels. He even named several, and followed their struggles and progress closely. After a few weeks, he...
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The Mindful Word

Journal of mindfulness and
engaged living

Latest Post: July 30, 2014
THE POWER OF LOVE: A universal current of compassion

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Excerpted from How to Survive Life (and Death): A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond by Robert Kopecky. Love is the current of compassion running […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulword.org]
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Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

Latest Post: July 29, 2014
Jews and Arabs Refuse to Be Enemies: A Compassionate...

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Henry David Thoreau said, “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” At some point in our development we learn to see others through a lens of fear and hate. Because the brain is so malleable in our younger years these beliefs become that much more ingrained and as we grow older...
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Tasting Mindfulness

Latest Post: July 29, 2014
Does stress make you overeat at work?

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Jack is sitting at his desk intently focused on his work. He is getting a little stressed because he has a deadline to meet and he has a lot of other work that is beginning to pile up. Automatically, his … Continue reading →
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simple mindfulness: simple steps to a happier life

Discover how mindfulness can increase happiness in your life.

Latest Post: July 27, 2014
The Key to Making the Impossible Possible

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You’ve discovered something you’re passionate about and you tell your friends and family about your idea. You’re really excited to share your idea for a new venture and you know that everyone will be just as excited as you are. Continue Reading
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