Tag Archives: mindfulness
Posted on June 14th, 2014 by in Meditation

Feet First: Guidelines for Walking Meditation

By Bhavani Lorraine Nelson There’s nothing lovelier than a walk in the warm summer air, with green all around and the flowers blossoming. But there’s another kind of walking that can be equally delicious: walking meditation, an opportunity to slow down and luxuriate in the smallest detail of a process we usually take for granted. […]

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Five Ways to Create More Ease in Your Life

Bringing ease into our lives requires specific tools—something more than just telling ourselves to “let it go.” When we worry about the future or rehash the past, the body may feel that tension as if it was happening in the present moment. Thus, the most effective methods work from the inside out, relaxing the body […]

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Posted on May 10th, 2014 by in Healthy Living

The Brain-Body Connection

by Tresca Weinstein We all know that regular exercise is good for your body—turns out it’s good for your brain, too. A new study compared the creative thinking ability of participants who had just exercised with a control group who hadn’t, and found that those who’d worked out came up with more possible solutions to […]

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Posted on April 15th, 2014 by in Healthy Living

One Bite at a Time

It’s Friday morning and I’m on the scale. I weigh myself on Fridays—more frequently than that potentially feeds my obsession with my weight, but anything less than that tends to close me off in denial. I’m on the scale, and I’m not happy with the numbers. When my dog, Lucy, died a few months ago, […]

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Posted on April 6th, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

Moment to Be

Take a moment to breathe and simply be. Notice your breath and let it guide your mind to a state of quiet calm.

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Posted on March 9th, 2014 by in Moment of Quiet

A Moment for Mindfulness

Take a moment to breathe. As we head into a new day, set your intention for mindfulness.

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Posted on March 5th, 2014 by in Healthy Living

Yoga and Mindfulness for Weight Loss

We are a country of excess. Our desire for more and more is evident in the increasing size of our homes, cars, and meals over the last half-century or more. Our waistlines have followed suit. Two-thirds of American adults are now overweight or obese. But there’s more to it than that. Aruni Nan Futuronsky, who […]

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Posted on February 10th, 2014 by in Conscious Living

Mindfulness: A Guide to Getting Unstuck

by Arnie Kozak My basement was a disaster for months, a dumping ground for junk: empty boxes, retired appliances and gadgets, books, old LPs, outdoor gear. Each time I walked through the clutter, I felt anxious. I also felt stuck. And, because my studio is down there, no creative work was getting done. Perfectionism can […]

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