This is so true and thought I would share this Blog post from mindful.org. Mistakes can be costly, and can trap you in a cycle of having to rush even
I’ve been practicing Tai Chi for over 25 years and it has been an integral part of my mindfulness practice. Yoga like Tai Chi share many of the same benefits.
I explain this so often to adults that when I came across this article on how to explain it to children I thought I must share. The original post can be found
A new study finds that training in compassion makes us more altruistic. How to train the compassionate brain was an article from Mindful.org The first time I ever tried a loving-kindness
The original post I read at Everything Mindfulness. Thought I would share. While mindfulness may make us think of long sessions of seated meditation, it is also something that can
Another great post that I found on Lifehaker.org relating to how mindfulness changes the way our brains react to sadness. Almost every guide to happiness wether it’s a self-help book or
This is one of the primary lessons we teach on the Just Being emotional intelligence course. You’re at work all day and probably too tired to do some sitting meditation
Just 6 seconds of mindfulness can make a big difference in supporting your mindfulness meditation practice. Just 6 meditation app is being developed for the students of the justbeing.life mindfulness meditation course.
I see this has been very popular. Tables dedicated to it as you enter a book store. I found this article written by Robyn Reisch I thought it would be
All you need is a single breath is a great post By Chade-Meng Tan. Literally 6 Seconds of Mindfulness Can Make You More Effective Some days it’s really draining to be