Only 20 seats left for this mindfulness conference taking place on Saturday.
Are you supposed to clear your mind, or focus on one thing? Forbes, Huffington Post, and others weigh in.
USC joins the ranks of colleges with mindfulness initiatives for students.
A new large-scale study links group nature walks with significantly lower depression and perceived stress, and enhanced mental well-being.
ABC News Anchor Dan Harris and neuroscientist Richard Davidson explore the science behind training your brain for happiness, good health, and more.
Coming up on November 14, this conference looks at how the science and practice of awareness improves well-being and performance.
Our friends at the University of California at Berkeley are here to debunk some of the most common happiness myths and provide guidance on finding joy that are based on research findings in psychology and neuroscience.
Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) is Washington's mindfulness guy, but can he teach them to meditate?
The two universities have received $3.6 million from the National Institutes of Health to study whether lifestyle modification like meditation can keep hypertension patients off medication.
Comedian Patton Oswalt commits to a social media hiatus and shares his discoveries, regrets, and a more mindful way to be on the web.
Heading to newsstands: The June 2015 issue of Mindful magazine. Check out the online extras on Mindful.org.
Here's a selection:
Do this one thing to make meditation stick, Ed Halliwell writes.
Elisha Goldstein: Start with self-compassion.
Mark Bertin: Stress, attention, and caregivers.
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This simple act has the
power to change everything.
Anxious about a toxic colleague? Before your interact, let go of feelings of dread—they can skew the conversation toward negativity.
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No, really. 1) Locate a flower in field of vision. 2) Stop.
3) Lean in and sniff. Wow.
Collaborating with a colleague? Listen—don't interrupt (it's kryptonite!). Summarize their input before moving on to your own.
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