June 2014

Relationships

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

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Daily Practices

How to Navigate Sadness Mindfully 

When we’re separated from or lose someone we love, when things don’t go our way, sadness naturally occurs. It’s the sign of a tender heart. Unchecked, it can be deeply unhealthy. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • March 1, 2016
Daily Practices

How Meditating Helps You with Difficult Emotions 

Meditation is not all calm and peace. It opens up a space for you to see what’s going on in your mind, including the vivid and powerful movement of your emotions—up, down, and sideways. You can learn to fight with them less, and make friends with them more. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • February 29, 2016
Guided Meditation

Taking Tension Out of Attention 

Thanks to computers, smartphones, television, and other technology, our senses are extremely busy. The more our bodies strain to pay attention, the more our minds space-out. Chris McKenna suggests ways to help us go from tense and strained to relaxed and focused. Read More 

  • Chris McKenna
  • February 24, 2016
Relationships

Still Curious after All These Years 

Curiosity is a powerful motivating force that moves us forward. It propels us through doors and compels us to explore new pathways. Even though it’s rumored to have killed the cat, Sue Moon assures us that retaining a sense of it is a valuable tool for staying alive and vital. Read More 

  • Susan Moon
  • January 29, 2016

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