2014

Meditation

Mindfulness: How to Do It 

Mindfulness meditation practice couldn’t be simpler: take a good seat, pay attention to the breath, and when your attention wanders, return. Read More

  • Mindful Staff

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Interviews

The Amazing, Tumultuous, Wild, Wonderful, Teenage Brain 

“What’s going on in that head of yours?” How many adults have asked an adolescent some form of that question? In his book, Brainstorm, a New York Times bestseller, Dr. Dan Siegel decided to go a step further and actually answer that question. The results are surprising—and very exciting. Read More 

  • Daniel Siegel
  • October 31, 2016
Well-Being

Driving to Distraction 

At any given daylight moment, as many as 660,000 American drivers are using electronic devices. Twenty-three percent of all auto collisions involve mobile phones. Distracted drivers not only make for frightening statistics, author Jeff Greenwald asserts that they have become the mindful driving challenge du jour: How to cope with drivers so mindless that they are willing to put their lives—and others—at risk. Read More 

  • Jeff Greenwald
  • June 10, 2016
Well-Being

Open Up 

The busier you are, the more you have to step away from busy-ness, from speed, to see what’s truly important in life. It’s the open spaces—the moments when you lose yourself—that help you to find contentment, joy, and peace of mind. Read More 

  • Pico Iyer
  • May 20, 2016
Kids

The Captain Steers the Ship 

What children need, says parenting expert Susan Stiffelman, is the security of knowing that someone capable and loving is nearby to help them navigate life. And the difference that can make—even when it comes to the little things—will amaze you. Read More 

  • Susan Stiffelman
  • May 6, 2016
Relationships

A Kinder, Gentler World 

Is compassion something we only have so much of? Or can we be trained to love more people more of the time? Jennifer Campbell reports. Read More 

  • Jennifer Campbell
  • April 13, 2016

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