Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 30

11 Habits of Mindful People

If you want to start living more in the present and improve both your physical and mental health, consider taking on these 11 daily habits of mindful people.

May 29

Meditation Vs. Mindfulness

Where does meditation end and mindfulness begin? Is there really a difference between the two?

May 28

Mindfulness for At-Risk Teens

Not much research had been conducted on mindfulness with at-risk youth, and I wanted to know if it would work. Could learning awareness and acceptance actually help the teens who were struggling the most?

May 27

Jazz Up Your Practice

Meditation is an amazingly easy way to calm your mind. The problem is that it is hard to reap all its benefits when you have been practicing meditation for many months or years.

May 26

7 Ways To Meditate

There is a place for drugs, supplements, and therapists, but these are often temporary fixes, not permanent solutions. They bandage the wound, but they don’t heal it.
Mind-body approaches like meditation open up the opportunity for true healing.

May 24

Meditate at Work

Meditation may seem something alien to you or your meditation involves longer, set-aside periods or classes. But it means you are laying deprived of the benefits and adaptability which meditation or say mindfulness can bring. Here are a few ways to meditate at work.

May 23

Put Your Wellbeing First

Too often we fail to put aside time for ourselves, time to strengthen our mind beyond academic means. We over train, over study, and rarely stop to smell the roses, stop to take a deep breath, stop to take care of ourselves. Here are 5 simple ways to put yourself and your mental well-being first…