Paying attention to sensations gets us out of our heads and into our bodies—and the world around us.

For any level of depression, it helps to know that underlying the darkness is happiness—and our brain is equipped with the means to uncover it.

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Here are suggestions for creating a clutter-free frame of mind and letting go of lots of stuff.

MINDFUL NOW: Timely dispatches from the mindful world.

A recent study demonstrates that Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is effective in easing pain symptoms. 

According to recent research, mindfulness could cut down on the spread of hospital-acquired infections.


Lots of us think about trying mindfulness meditation, but it can be hard to know where to begin. We'll show you how to start, feel better, reduce your stress, and enjoy your life a little more. 

What's the right mix of meditation for you? Find out with this chart.

Without it, we wouldn’t know we’re alive and we couldn’t tell if we’ve been hurt. But too much of it can become an all-consuming drain on our attention. 

Social media and our digital devices can stress us out—or help us feel love and connection. The key, Christine Carter writes, is to understand their impact and use them strategically.

Companies are rushing to teach staff mindfulness. But some need to find more experienced teachers.

A steady dose of toxic energy from higher-ups will encourage valuable team members to update their résumés rather than their to-do lists.

Kids can enjoy hiking, swimming, and s’mores—and opt for yoga and meditation, too. Check out what’s available this summer.

Stress isn't reserved for adults. Here are a few simple mindfulness practices for children.