Shamash Alidina invites you to explore what your deep intentions of mindfulness are with these two simple exercises.
Naturalist John Bates shares his ever-growing appreciation of the phenology of the Manitowish River, where he lives. Love of the natural world isn’t just a one-way street, he says. It’s also the path to understanding yourself.
Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, answers your questions about mindfulness in daily life.
Yoga practice and meditation work extremely well together, say Cyndi Lee and David Nichtern. They show us how.
This simple act has the
power to change everything.
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Janice Marturano offers a practice to help us connect with what matters this season.
Elisha Goldstein: How to Wake Up.
Gina Biegel: Teen exam stress.
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Don’t start the day with email. Instead, focus on one big task for an hour or so. As your brain winds down, tackle the bite-sized stuff.
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Try increasing focus while at your computer. Devote one window to one task. Close or hide everything else. Ignore email for awhile.
Hug a friend or family member. Really hug them. Notice how you feel when you hold them. Let it last until you feel your bodies relax.
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