There's no way to cure worry, says Elisha Goldstein. But we can learn to get better at recognizing it and gently guiding ourselves back to what matters.
We’ve all heard the saying that in life there are ups and down and there is the classic eastern saying that life is filled with 10,000 joys and 10,000 sorrows.Read more »
"There is an evolution afoot," says Elisha Goldstein.
From my experience, the gender that is overwhelmingly attracted to mindfulness is women, men aren’t quite as attracted to it. Why is this?Read more »
Elisha Goldstein offers a mindfulness practice to boost compassion and reduce mind wandering.
When you’re focused on any activity, whether it’s your email, listening to a friend, or sitting in a formal meditation practice, your mind is bound to wander.Read more »
More on the new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Mindfulness in the UK.
The Labour MP Chris Ruane described it as a seminal moment, and it was certainly a startling one for many.Read more »
Elisha Goldstein on new research that suggests we have an "anti-distraction mode" in our brains.
Scientists John Gaspar and John McDonald from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia have recently discovered that we have an anti-distraction mode in our brain ( Read more »