Join comedian and mindfulness teacher Elaine Smookler at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto on May 22 and learn how to be "outrageous and mindful all at once."
Starting this year, those who want a professional degree in the meditative practice can get one.
Dan Harris, author of 10% Happier, on "meditation and the skeptic" at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, May 5.
This month-long campaign encourages ten minutes of meditation a day for one month to create a clear mind for you and clean water for others.
"The Role of Mindfulness Training in Policing a Democratic Society," by Lieutenant Richard Goerling, was spurred by Mindful's feature story, "To Pause and Protect."
The tech giant joins the ranks of Google and Aetna with its new mindfulness program for its global workforce.
The Oregonian reports on the groundbreaking mindfulness program underway in the Hillsboro Police Department in Oregon.
A recent study suggests mindfulness-based meditation can benefit diagnosed teens with sleep and depression issues.
ABC Anchor Dan Harris talked about his new book, 10% Happier, on the Colbert Report last night, and led Colbert and the audience through a mindfulness meditation.
New South Wales, Australia prepares to implement laws based on research that shows driving after meditating can be just as perilous as texting in traffic.
Now on newsstands: The December issue of Mindful magazine. Check out the online extras on Mindful.org.
Here's a selection:
Janice Marturano: 5 tips for practicing mindfulness at the office.
Elisha Goldstein: Break Your Bad Habits.
Ed Halliwell: Is Corporate Mindfulness Bad?
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This simple act has the
power to change everything.
Put space between you and your reaction. Notice the pounding heart and tightened shoulders slip away, along with the storyline you let go of.
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How's your breath? No, not the smell. The speed. The depth. Fast and fluttering, or slow and smooth? Notice it. Don't try to fix it.
Eating lunch? Just eat lunch. No devices, no multitasking. Then return to what you were doing.
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