The Examined Life
Mindfulness is growing rapidly, but there's one thing missing from the conversation that helps make meditation stick, Ed Halliwell writes.
While the march of mindfulness into the mainstream seems to show no sign of slowing, I’m struck more and moreRead more »
Your goals and expectations might actually be holding you back, says Ed Halliwell. Changes from meditation come as a by-product from learning the practices themselves.
"Practise not-doing, and everything will fall into place."
Past hurts and emotional triggers have a way of keeping us stuck in our tracks. Practicing letting it all go helps us move forward. Here's how.
The observation that we aren’t the selves we think we are has been at the heart of mindfulness teaching for thousands of years.Read more »
Paying attention to sensations gets us out of our heads and into our bodies—and the world around us.
We live in a world that exalts thinking—education systems prioritize academic learning, and most people are trained when they’re young to identify with thought.Read more »
Inquiry examines the benefits of mindfulness in health care, education, the workplace, prisons, and more.
I still do a double-take going through security for a mindfulness event at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.Read more »