Mindful voices

Friday, January 30 2015

Elisha Goldstein offers a short practice for building positive thoughts and dealing with negative ones. 

When it comes to our self-critical thinking, Byron Katie has

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 4:15 pm
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Monday, January 26 2015

There is real biological power in the simple act of a hug. It can melt away the stress from a day. It can lend itself to repairing emotional wounds.

There’s really nothing like the power of a big supportive hug. The body reads a sense of caring in the human touch. When we’re hugged we sense that on a deep level, we are not alone.

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 4:59 pm
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Wednesday, January 21 2015

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.

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Friday, January 16 2015

We're wired to pay attention to what's negative—great for survival, not so great for everyday life. Elisha Goldstein explores how mindfulness undercuts our negativity bias. 

Let’s keep this simple.

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Friday, January 9 2015

As The Mindful Revolution grows, Elisha Goldstein considers what society will look like in the year 2050. 

Mindfulness continues to grow—not only as a positive influence on the lives of many, but also society a

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posted by Elisha Goldstein, 5:37 pm
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