A new study suggests thinking hard can actually wear you out.
A month-long campaign encourages ten minutes a day of meditation to create a clear mind for you and clean water for others.
Congressman Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), author of A Mindful Nation, re-introduced a social-emotional learning bill this week that would allow funding for principal and teacher training.
Educators and school administrators interested in culvating mindful skills in the classroom are encouraged to apply.
Results from a collaborative research project suggest that you'll actually feel less busy if you give your time away.
A recent Forbes.com post looks at what stress costs businesses and employees, and suggests three mindfulness practices to reduce stress at work.
For stress awareness month, learn about the root causes of your stress and what you can do to change it with this free online quiz.
The Harvard Business Review looks at what happens to our minds when they are interrupted by multiple tasks. Hint: practice doesn't make perfect.
A calming room designed by ambient music artist Brian Eno was created at a UK hospital after a surgeon noticed the calming effects of Eno's music on his mother-in-law.
A new study shows how veterans with Post-Trauamtic Stress Disorder (PSTD) saw their symptoms decrease after one eight-week Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course.
This simple act has the
power to change everything.
Now on newsstands: The December issue of Mindful magazine. Check out the online extras on Mindful.org.
Here's a selection:
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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Right now: find something colorful within eye range. Give it your full attention for 15 seconds before resuming what you were doing.
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Stop staring at all those screens so much! At least for a minute, or 2, or 3.5. Find a window, now look at the sky. What’s up?
Walking from point A to point B? Take twice as long. Perceive twice as much. Meander.
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