Mindful voices

Tuesday, June 30 2015

It's normal for the mind to wander, but it can keep us stuck in autopilot mode. 

The untamed mind is sometimes likened to a drunken monkey that’s been bitten by a scorpion.

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posted by Ed Halliwell, 4:46 pm
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Friday, June 19 2015

Elisha Goldstein shares a practice to help us stop blaming and forgive ourselves.

Self-blame is a human dilemma.

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 4:13 pm
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Friday, June 12 2015

Elisha Goldstein shares how we can be less stressed with this short and sweet mindfulness practice.

Most people I meet would like to be calmer and more focused on what matters in the moments of their lives.

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 4:00 pm
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Tuesday, June 2 2015

Ed Halliwell outlines 3 mindsets that support everyday mindfulness and suggests ways to discover them. 

In previous blogs, I’ve outlined how certain attitudes can be helpful as we enter into mindfulness training.

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posted by Ed Halliwell, 5:09 pm
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Monday, May 11 2015

Elisha Goldstein on why grudges keep us stuck and a mindfulness practice for embracing others when they've hurt us. 

A little while ago I wrote a post around the importance of learning how to

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 3:52 pm
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